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It was 3am when I woke with severe 1111-04 in my left eye. When I turned on the light I realised something was wrong. I could hardly see.
I only have one functioning eye, and that was throbbing right now. As a doctor, I know that sudden painful loss of vision is a sight threatening emergency. The call handler at the other end asked me a series of questions, which seemed bizarre. I explained 111-004 was a doctor, and that I had sudden painful loss of vision. After a few more questions, the call handler told me that the computer suggested I see a GP the next day.
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A computer had made a decision on my care when I had reached an entirely different conclusion. I had faith in the system, and knew that being a patient as well as a doctor could often cloud judgment.
Nevertheless, I went with my gut and asked her to run it by a supervisor. I put the phone down. I knew the call handler at used a similar system to This person, however, seemed more understanding of the urgency of the problem, and that as a doctor I was worried something was very wrong.
Faint blue flashes through the haze g the only indicator that the ambulance had arrived. I kept my eye covered as the pain was excruciating. They helped me out and sat me in the back of the ambulance.
For the first time that night, I felt safe.
The doctor looked at my eye through a slit-lamp and whistled through his teeth at what he saw. I need to speak to the ophthalmologists. I was given antibiotic ointment and some more drops, and booked in with the eye doctors a couple of hours later. I was told I had a nasty infection of the cornea, which would need powerful antibiotic drops to be taken every hour for 48 hours — even at night. I was also told that I would have to be reviewed daily, as I was at risk of going blind. I spent two days putting drops in every hour, and setting an alarm clock to wake me up overnight.
I was seen by the eye doctors every day for a week, and then weekly after that. I still have a scar on my cornea, which will never go away. I made a formal complaint to NHSblaming the system and the way it was implemented.
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In my opinion, NHS is severely limited — the call handlers gl not clinically trained and just read out questions. If you would like to write a piece for Blood, sweat and tears, read our guidelines and get in touch by emailing healthcare theguardian.
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A doctor will phone you within four hours. I picked up the phone again and dialled a different number — Please 111-04 your lights on so they know which house it is.
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