Monday, April 28, 2014

Medicine and Its Future

In ancient times, injuries or wounds were cured with the help of herbs. Now days, Hospitals have diversified and number of facilities are available whether it is patients suites, education, training facilities any much more. The horizon has moved beyond what was expected a few years ago, and now sky is the limit.

Facilities Offered:
Hospitals offer much more than they can, say Dermatology, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Gynecology, Orthopedic Surgery, Patient Care Services & Nursing, Pediatric Surgery, Rehabilitating Services, Out Patient Department (OPD), Dentistry, Emergency handling and research facilities. All these facilities are provided by the hospitals to the society, the vision of medical facilities is to heal the wounds with care rather than profit making. To make things possible, a substantial framework is required which includes professionalism. This professionalism is acquired by training the staff including Doctors, Junior Doctors, nurses, administration, and other staff.

Hospitals have started to ease the pressure on Government by providing Education related facilities such as research work to the aspirants at minimal costs. Medical aspirants do not need to feed on other parameters to pursue their aim. The Teaching facility provided to the Doctors helps them in a big way, as depth knowledge is only possible from learning. Learning is not a new concept for doctors.

Training Facilities:
Hospitals are proved to be a boon. Types of training facilities are:

  • Nurse Training
  • Medical Assistant Training
  • EKG Technical Training
  • Phlebotomy Technical Training
  • Medical Emergency and First Aid Training

All these above courses are available across states like MI, NY, CT, CHI, FL and according to Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), these course might help an individual to in-cash $53,530 or $25.74 per hour or it might be go up to $28.78 as per revised slab.

Future Aspect:
A number of cases are faced by doctors where they need to look on the genes of patients. The DNA (Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid) allows Doctors to seek into the history of the patients illnesses one has suffered from time-to-time or his/her ancestors might have suffered in the past. The linkage helps to cure the ailment in a short period as DNA gives a ray of hope that what has happened in the past, it is kind of facility that is helpful in institutes like Armed Forces, Athletes who can look for the shortcomings if they are having, if any. This also helps in the healing process as medication provided to them also varies according to the DNA.

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