Moditabok Didugaa Perawat Rsud Wonosari Video Viral On Social Media Watch Online On Twitter The viral video from Indonesia is being shared on Twitter and TikTok. The video shows a frustrated medical student filming while she performs surgery on a patient. When the hashtag Wonosari Hospital was searched, it turned out that the video featured a woman dressed as a nurse and complaining that she had to attach a catheter for a younger man her age. The video was shared widely, and many people viewed it. The video’s trend shocked the maker.
Moditabok Didugaa Perawat Rsud Wonosari Video
The video has been shared more than 2,300 times via Twitter and is currently on the top of the Twitter trending pages. Moditabok from TikTok shared the video and shared information about hospital activities. The girl dressed up as a nurse while filming the video said, “When I have to insert the urinary catheter for a male patient, he is the same as me.” In the caption she added, “You have to be professional when dealing with patients.” Although the video was shared by the health practitioner jokingly, it became viral due to the controversy surrounding internet trends.
The video was then shared on Twitter by AREAJULID when it became viral on TikTok. It also went viral on Twitter. Later, the hospital director apologized to the media for any inconvenience caused. The girl who shared the video wasn’t from the hospital staff but was from Jogja city and was there to do medical practicals. Heru, Wonosari Hospital director, said that they will investigate the incident and the havoc caused. Follow For More Update Yemfoundation.org
The hospital director later said that the University had also apologized and that they are doing the same. It was discovered that the girl wearing the mask and outfit was actually a student at Aisyiyah University. Officials at the university also apologized for any inconvenience and disruption caused. Aisyiyah University stated that they are grateful to the Wonosari Hospital and apologized to those who were upset at the moment.
The video was quickly reacted by netizens, and there were many comments. One user on TikTok said that students today are heading in the wrong direction. They need to know what content they should post. Wonosari Hospital’s reputation is in jeopardy within minutes of this video. Another TikTok user said, “I have been in that field, but I was never on mobile.” We were treated strictly, and we never had enough courage to use mobile phones in such situations. Instead, we just used cotton and scissors.