When patients describe the symptoms for which they are seeking professional attention, they are reporting the story of an illness as they have lived and experienced it. Kadiyali M Srivatsa; QHJ (BMJ)1996
Views on the common diseases as seen in primary and secondary medical care vary and depend on the primary case and the physician or nurse’s experience of interpreting symptoms.
The duty of a primary care physician is to listen to the story of illness, use their knowledge and experience to diagnose and offer advice to help manage and reduce complications and death. We have reason to believe offering healthcare based on algorithms and protocol is not safe and so unethical medical practice.
People are worried about the cost, infection and abusing antibiotics so they are consulting non-clinically trained friends, nurses, chemists or are using the internet to self-diagnose and take treatment. This makes people more anxious and so are labeled as “Cyberchondriacs”.
Self-care of minor illnesses has declined over the years and the culture of dependency on doctors has increased. More than half (52%) of people with a new symptom got self-treated and 22% did nothing, where 62% visited a doctor. We must promote self-care and medication; reduce delays in diagnosis and getting the right treatment to reduce complications.
Consultations are often triggered by the failure of self-care, the need for reassurance, involvement of young children, fear of a more severe illness, or encouragement from family or friends.
IF YOU ARE DIABETIC OR HAVE A COMPLICATED HISTORY OF ILLNESS AND ARE ON TREATMENT ON VARIOUS DRUGS, PLEASE DO NOT USE OU TOOLS.
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Sad to say the end of "Social Care" is likely to end the best healthcare service in the world. Healthcare providers in UK are now advising you not to consult doctors if you are suffering from a cough, cold, or flu and other common ailments. We think this is unethical because “The physician’s fundamental role is to alleviate the distress of his or her fellow human beings, and no motive, whether personal, collective or political, shall prevail against this higher purpose”.
A new service that offers patients a private same-day appointment with an NHS GP could be rolled out nationally. The service charges patients between £39.99 and £49.99 for an appointment during office hours, enabling patients to skip NHS queues to see a doctor. The cost rises to £69.99 for appointments out of hours, such as before 9am and after 6pm on weekdays and during the weekend.
This service has been piloted in north London at 10 practices in Barnet and Enfield and has proved so successful that its founders now plan to roll it out, with national coverage expected by 2018.
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