A Day in a Baghdad Psych Hospital

Short-staffed and undersupplied, doctors do their best to treat mental patients.

A Day in a Baghdad Psych Hospital

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The anesthesia machine just a few feet away from the ECT machine. "It's old, but it's fair enough," says Dr. Mohammad Rashid, one of four psychiatrists at the hospital and the chairman of the country's psychiatric association. "But because of the shortage with the anesthetics... We are forced to give the ECT without anesthesia. The problem is with the human resources rather than the equipment." (ABC News)
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