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  • Ten basic mistakes a doctor should never make!

  • Medicine is a science that was created to heal. In her intention, she was to remove suffering from people, protect them from pestilence, save lives, even in difficult cases. Above all, do not harm. For centuries, medicine has become one of the few cures for people with diseases. However, it has always been an elite science. Elite not only in the sense of "for selected people who can grow it." Also, elite as "available to the elect." Perhaps in the first half of the 20th century not many political leaders could have died of tuberculosis. However, such death among ordinary people was still no wonder. Therefore, few should be surprised that retreat from conventional therapies and seek help from nature is becoming more common. Not beautiful words will relieve people, but only deeds.

  • Ineffective but effective

  • This short fragment referring to tuberculosis, mentioned at the beginning, makes us pay attention to the beginnings of the deterioration of Western medicine. As elite and expensive it became available in the second half of the last century. From this she just got into medicine for everyone who transplanted organs, vaccinated, kept in a coma and tried to fight cancer. Right ... The ineffectiveness of medicine may not be the doctor's total fault, but it is impossible not to mention it. It is autoimmune diseases that are cured today as a miracle. Often, however, doctors decide to extinguish the patient's faith at the first diagnosis. It happens that the doctor will inspire treatment even in hopeless cases, however, the ignorance and powerlessness of medicine against "own" diseases also affects the well-being and thinking of the one who is to cure us. Many doctors seeing cancer or other autoimmune diseases give up further efforts to cure a person by writing them down. Therefore, it is not the human being who is the subject in the whole process, but the doctor. And yet nobody would like to deal with a person who treats us as dead already in life. Especially if she was to heal us.

  • "In medicine, every life counts - every smallest chance of saving lives."

     

    Hanna Krall "Zdążyć przed Panem Bogiem"

  • Time is money

  • Today doctors are in a difficult situation. So many patients, everyone wants something and is still expected to be cured. In the meantime, there is no time for diagnosis, so ... Unfortunately, this is our reality. The number of patients who are taking care of themselves for financial reasons is too high. Queues in health care are even called mythical. Therefore, when we go to a specialist, we should not be surprised that he tries to help us with the simplest methods. Help, because no one can assume that they really just want to "get over their heads." However, when we have to wait more than half a year to do the necessary tests, it is not surprising that it is easier to make a diagnosis at random. Lack of time for diagnosis is a consequence of one of the most common mistakes of a doctor and of course it is about finances. Conventional medicine is becoming elite, for those who choose not to wait for the right diagnosis and decide on private treatment. A unique problem in this aspect is the lack of time, because it is not the doctor or the health service itself that suffers, but the patient. A patient who should be properly cared for, to whom he should devote as much time as needed to find the right solution to his problem. So lack of time becomes one of the mistakes a doctor should never make.

  • "Treatment must be expensive, because the dead man's money."

     

    Andrzej Majewski

  • Wholesale, not retail

  • Another problem, one would like the disease that rolls conventional medicine identified with Western medicine is the wholesale treatment of patients. The doctor, according to the Hippocratic oath and self, should look at each case individually and with due care. Meanwhile, many doctors treat patients as a necessary evil, which appears in bulk for a certificate. At the time, such a doctor is not interested in curing a patient, but in marking with a bird the one he has already received and sent away with something. And this with vitamin C, and this with painkillers, and this is a throat syrup, and maybe some additional tests that you have to wait for several months.

    In modern medicine, the patient often becomes a product that was created by a doctor. The doctor does not see in the patient a specific person who has a problem, but one of the many characters who should behave the same and certainly have the same disease. As a result, the patient not only does not feel well taken care of, he does not feel confident with the doctor, but also can not count on effective help in what he really is suffering from. In the meantime, doctors who appreciate even the largest hypochondriacs pay attention and never underestimate what they see, justifying it in bulk with exactly the same cases.

  • "To get a fortune at the price of health means the same thing, what to cut off your legs to buy a pair of shoes for them."

     

    Prentice Mulford

  • Overwork

  • Another mistake of doctors who took too much on their heads. Unfortunately, this problem concerns both unreliable people who only see money in medicine, and those who feel the mission and want to really help people. There is too much work in both cases. So one of the most important features of a doctor should be moderation. A tired doctor will not help anyone, even if he is present in the body, his mind will not be able to function as it should. Why? Fatigue affects us like alcohol. It weakens concentration, slows reflexes and delays associating facts. Even stating a common cold in this condition can end up with a mistake in art. Therefore, people who want to help their patients should not overwork, because their number taken per hour will not be equal to the number they helped. In turn, doctors who deal with the largest number of patients for money are a separate, sad and hopefully rare case. Such, and perhaps even more so, errors occur, which can end in many cases tragically. That is why the lifestyle of a doctor is so important, as he cannot afford to overwork too much, but at the same time he must find a way to deal with stress and mental rest after what he experiences in everyday work.

  • "Man first wants to be beautiful,
    then rich, and finally only healthy."

     

    Teresa Nietyksza

  • Bad diagnosis

  • This is one of the mistakes that doctors dream of at night. It is partly related to money, partly to error number two, and partly to the next error, i.e. too little knowledge. What counts, however, is the effect, and such effects should be avoided by every doctor as much as possible. Bad diagnosis is the worst possible option. If we do not hear a good indication from a doctor, there will be no chance to cure our diseases. We will not escape the ailment if we start receiving medicine for something that does not need it at all. Bad diagnosis can happen, it is especially dangerous with symptoms typical of ordinary diseases. Then our thoughts are focused on what is most common, not what is really possible. Often the problem is the inability to do more accurate tests in the shortest possible time. Then, even if we wait to see our queue and don't have to wait, it may be too late to heal what is the real cause. Doctors often take shortcuts and assume that the patient is suffering from the most common disease. Which is not true and is never the rule either. Each case is and should be different, which is why it is so important to determine with certainty what is wrong with us. Without it, we become like a speeding car without brakes.

  • "If a 50-year-old man does not hurt after waking up, it means that the man is dead."

     

    Chinese proverbs

  • You don't pay, you have it

  • Lack of empathy is a serious complaint against the doctor. Even worse, however, when this empathy comes from money. This is the situation we often deal with in the case of Polish healthcare. The same doctor paid for by the state, that is during visits to the National Health Fund, can be surly, do not care about the patient's fate and behaves as if the patient came to him in anger to disturb. However, in the afternoon, already during private practice, he is the nicest man who will take care of everything so that the patient does not run out of bird's milk. Why such a change? This is one of the most common mistakes in doctors. They spill their frustration of everyday life in public work on patients who, in fact, are guilty of all evil. As a result, the patient feels no support, only internal fear and is not convinced that this person can help him. Why is that It's difficult to characterize the entire treatment system in Poland, but nothing justifies a doctor who, through his behavior, makes patients become even more nervous and depressed by their situation. Nobody cares about them, nobody wants to help them, but only pour out their grief and anger. The more so because it is a doctor; a person whom, after all, we trust when we want to entrust our fate to her. Unfortunately, it's often not worth it ...

  • "New doctor, new cemetery."

     

    Chinese proverbs

  • Too little knowledge

  • Theoretically, medical studies last more than most studies and after graduation the graduate should have the greatest practical knowledge. In practice, however, it is different. Why? Doctors are respected and receive fairly good salaries. If we add private practice to it, it turns out that they are wealthy. Of course, young doctors are not admitted to many professional activities by senior colleagues, which means that their knowledge stays at a certain level, but specialization is required in medicine. So why not quite reliable knowledge in many people after medical academies? First of all from the level. If we imagine that someone becomes a doctor by passing the majority of exams at 51%, it is not difficult to notice that his knowledge is not the highest. Lack of practice additionally causes a lack of confidence in action and the inability to consolidate the acquired knowledge. In this case, only those who independently strive for further training can count on reliable education. As a result, too little knowledge is one of the often reproduced medical errors. However, it does not result only from her failure, but also from a lack of training and forgetfulness. An experienced doctor who rotates in a particular environment becomes too narrow a specialist. That is why those who are looking for new things and want to develop are at a premium for us.

  • "The doctor is often more dangerous than the disease."

     

    English proverbs

  • Let's heal it

  • A common problem of today's Western medicine is treatment not for what the patient is actually suffering from, but for what we can do. In other words, it is a treatment that does not go to the heart of the problem, but it marks some action. Due to a bad diagnosis, lack of time or money, we are forced to "get sick of what we don't get". The arrangement of a doctor with a pharmacy is also a common practice, especially in smaller centers. In this way, drugs that are in stock at the pharmacy are prescribed and those that are not available are bypassed. Needless to say, this is not for the benefit of the patient ... Treatment for what does not hurt is a known and used practice wherever diagnosis causes problems. Thanks to this, the patient can hope for recovery and the health center shows that they are doing something. What's worse, we often get from the rain under the gutter. Walking around different doctors with the same "untreatable" case, we come across a number of different diagnoses that are not related to what is really wrong with us. In this case, we become more and more nervous and as a result move away from recovery. Even if our problem is trivial, treatment only to heal is pointless. Always.

  • "A bad medicine is better than a sweet poison."

     

    Polish proverbs

  • No practice or routine at work

  • Money is coming into the game again. In our country, very often there is a situation in which an experienced doctor performs as many treatments and operations as possible, while not being able to prove himself, and at the same time to earn, young and feathered. Effect? Young doctors lose their knowledge, they are pressed into frames, from which it is difficult to exit later. They do not enrich their knowledge with a practice that is lacking. This is their basic mistake. On the other hand, however, someone will say that they prefer to be operated by an experienced doctor who knows each other. Theoretically, this is true, but first of all they are overworked, which makes it easy for a mistake, and secondly, they can often be absorbed in routine. Newer knowledge and a fresh look from a young and ambitious doctor could help in many situations. Meanwhile, an experienced doctor does not use his advice and treats patients in bulk, recommending "the same again". As a result, it's easy to miss a disturbing result or make a mistake. When we put it together, it turns out that there is no room for cooperation in healthcare. There is only mutual ferocity and distrust, a conflict of generations in which the patient suffers. Lack of practice and practice in performing a given procedure or examination can be extremely painful for us. Just like too much routine and a lack of fresh insight and constant training. This is one of the most common mistakes of doctors in our country, which translates into much worse health care than we would wish. Because trust is the basis for good patient-doctor cooperation.

  • Money is the most important thing

  • Most of the mistakes doctors make are related to financial matters. To a lesser or greater extent. This issue is a nightmare for almost all patients. On the one hand, we want to have the best possible care, on the other, we cannot afford to pay horrendous amounts privately, while for public money doctors are rude, they do not seek to solve the problem, but only, it seems, to send us privately. On the other hand, they themselves have to face the problem of the lack of money for tests for the patient, which makes them make the biggest mistake - they put the general good above the good of human health. As a result, they are focused on making money rather than helping people, which causes the level of health care to drop significantly and become elite in the sense of being available to the rich. The poor have no chance of spending a thousand zlotys on a specialist and, as a result, they have to wait many months for their turn. If we add mistakes in art and medical oversight, we get a comprehensive picture of Western medicine, which is nothing to do with Far Eastern medicine. In it the patient comes first, because he is folk in name. The only thing to watch out for is scammers who often like to sign someone else's successes and use the naivety and desperation of patients to deceive them with the benefits of alternative medicine, without really knowing it at all. Because knowledge always goes hand in hand with reason.

  • "A doctor can cure a disease, but not fate."

     

    Chinese proverbs

  • Overworked doctors who were either squeezed into the frames of the young and unable to do anything, or ate their minds and locked themselves in the world of their routine are just the tip of the iceberg. Most of the mistakes that a doctor should never make are inherent in the system of organizing medical care and the values, or rather their loss, in the broadly understood Western culture. In this aspect, it is not surprising that people turn away from conventional methods and choose folk knowledge that does not promise, but works.

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    The attending physician is a high-class specialist Prof. Enji - internist and clinical professor of traditional medicine and acupuncture.

  • During her work as a doctor, Prof. Enji met most of the Traditional Medical Systems including Japanese acupuncture and Far Eastern herbal medicine.

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