By John Stewart, Barbara Stewart, Walter Scott
Medical Care is crisis for, and curiosity within the health of others,through tracking health and wellbeing and, the place applicable, the remedy of affliction. An realizing of the care of a sufferer from a scientific standpoint is essential for an individual fascinated with scientific negligence litigation and this name presents a necessary consultant to the fundamental tools of clinical, nursing and laboratory techniques.
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It is immediately followed by a consideration of the basic medical sciences of anatomy, physiology, biochemistry and pathology. The next four chapters consist of a systematic review of the body systems. Systems not yet the subject of specialist texts in the series are given relatively more attention and those already published are given less. The vital systems, those necessary for life, are considered first. They are the respiratory, cardiovascular and central nervous systems. The gastro-intestinal tract is considered anatomically and in physiological sequence from lips to anus.
Archaeological finds of skulls with holes round which there is new bone formation is good evidence that some patients survived the trepanning procedure. The Smith papyrus, sometimes called the medical papyrus, described the treatment of patients in ancient Egypt. The surgeon described how fractures or broken bones and jaw dislocation or displacement of jaw bones from their sockets were treated. The Ebers papyrus is slightly earlier and dated to about 1550 BC. It also deals with the treatment of disease and demonstrated an advanced knowledge of physiology as follows: When the heart does not speak the vessels of the heart are dumb.
Medicine, which is practised by doctors or medical practitioners, is concerned with clinical examination, the examination of sick people; diagnosis, the identification of disease; and, finally, treatment, the exhibition of drugs or the performing of a procedure called an operation to restore health. Nursing is concerned with attending to patients and to their needs of body and spirit. Nurses make patients as comfortable as possible, attend to bodily functions and give psychological support. In hospital, they provide care for 24 hours a day.