NOVOSIBIRSK, December 17 - RIA Novosti. Police and the Investigative Committee in Novosibirsk organized checks after an attack on a children's resuscitator, who refused to put on shoe covers in front of the apartment.
On Thursday, a video appeared on social networks in which a man in the hallway is holding an ambulance doctor, who refused to put on shoe covers before entering a sick child.
"On the fact of the conflict situation, the police officers are checking the Statement accepted from both parties to the conflict," a representative of the Interior Ministry's headquarters for the Novosibirsk region told RIA Novosti. In turn, Anastasia Kuleshova, a representative of the Investigative Directorate of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation for the region, told reporters that the investigators organized a pre-investigation check after information about the attack on the doctor appeared in the media.
The Ministry of Health of the Novosibirsk Region in a special commentary reports that last Wednesday the child's father attacked the doctor - a pediatric resuscitator who came to the call to a nine-year-old boy, and the conflict arose due to the requirement of the patient's parents for the doctor to wear shoe covers.
"In this particular case, the boy's parents told the dispatcher that the child had abdominal pain and loss of consciousness. The call was received at 01.45, the resuscitation team arrived at the scene at 01.57. But instead of immediately letting the doctors see the child, the parents began to advocate so aggressively the cleanliness of the floor in the apartment, that the resuscitation doctor was diagnosed with a head injury, "the words of the head physician of the ambulance station Irina Bolshakova are quoted in the message.
She noted that complaints from patients and their relatives that the doctors did not take off their shoes or did not put on shoe covers are received regularly, but ambulance doctors are not obliged to do this. In the sanitary rules and norms that govern the ambulance, there are no requirements to put on shoe covers when entering the apartment, she said.