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Many of Venezuela's 40,000 doctors are becoming increasingly militant over drastic shortages of medicines, equipment and personnel amid a punishing economic crisis.

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    1. Venezuela's disintegrating hospitals

    2. Patients lie on beds at the Universitary Hospital in Merida, Venezuela. A number of Venezuela's 40,000 specialists are turning out to be progressively aggressor over extraordinary deficiencies of meds, gear and work force in the midst of a rebuffing monetary emergency. REUTERS/Marco Bello

    3. Patients lie on beds in a walkway of the crisis room at the Universitary Hospital in Merida, Venezuela. REUTERS/Marco Bello

    4. A persistent lies on a bed at the Universitary Hospital in Merida, Venezuela. REUTERS/Marco Bello

    5. A understanding lies on a bed before an entryway at a passageway of the Universitary Hospital in Merida, Venezuela. Wellbeing service insights demonstrate that in 2015 for each 100 individuals released from state doctor's facilities, 31 kicked the bucket - a rate six times higher than the earlier year. Newborn child mortality was 2 percent of births a year ago, 100 times more terrible than 2014. REUTERS/Marco Bello

    6. Dianis Salazar, conveys her child Diego while he gets a breathing treatment in the pediatric crisis of the Universitary Hospital in Merida, Venezuela. REUTERS/Marco Bello

    7. Denis Navarro (R) remains by her significant other Jesus, while he lies on a bed at the Universitary Hospital in Merida, Venezuela. REUTERS/Marco Bello

    8. A understanding lies on a bed in a passageway of the crisis room at the Universitary Hospital in Merida, Venezuela. REUTERS/Marco Bello

    9. A lady dozes in a seat at the holding up room of the pediatric crisis at the Universitary Hospital, in Merida, Venezuela. The bulletin on the divider peruses, "There is definitely not. Anti-infection agents to cure. Supplies to work. Water to wash the hands. Answers for hydrate. Adrenalin to restore". REUTERS/Marco Bello

    10. A lady supplicates before religious pictures at the pediatric ICU territory at the Universitary Hospital in Merida, Venezuela. REUTERS/Marco Bello

    11. A quiet lies on a bed at the Universitary Hospital in Merida, Venezuela. REUTERS/Marco Bello

    12. Patients lie on beds in a path of the crisis room at the Universitary Hospital in Merida, Venezuela. REUTERS/Marco Bello