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Helen asks…

Regular doctors and Army doctors?

I’m a bit confused about this. Doctors are doctors so why are there special doctors that are in the army and there are another type that are just the ones that work in the hospitals and so forth. Don’t they both basically do the same thing and are needed for the same reasons? Why can’t they just send off some of the regular doctors to war when they are needed? I don’t see why they should have a specific team of medics to go off with the soldiers. Unless there’s some special reason.
And I was also wondering, the Gaza strip is like one of the most dangerous places to be right now with all the fighting and killing. Are there many doctors over there? Not just there local ones, but are there also American doctors as well? Cause I know in some countries where doctors are really needed they are sent from other countries.

New Niche Finder answers:

Doctors in the military ARE regular doctors, they are just enrolled in the military rather then working at a hospital or in private practice. Their reasons for joining the military are personal and different in just about every case but they all have the same training and in some cases they have better training in trauma medicine then a standard city doctor.

To send off civilian doctors with the military there would need to be some legal mechanism to do so. You can’t just walk into a hospital, pick out a few doctors and tell them to go home and pack their gear because they are heading to war. That’s not legally possible and it’s also not practical because the doctors would not have the necessary specialist skills to deal with explosive amputations, traumatic gun shot wounds and all of the other assorted injuries soldiers fall victim to.

Non military doctors can and do choose, on their own, to serve overseas with civilian companies providing medical support but that is their personal choice.

Linda asks…

what is doctor moral code?

that the law of doctor

New Niche Finder answers:

Doctors follow whatever laws are enforced in the country in which he practices.

Other than that, there is no “moral law”. The doctor can do anything that he thinks is necessary AND LEGAL.

Most doctor in the world are familiar with the Hippocratic Oath, supposedly written by Hypocrites the “Father of Western Medicine”. This USED TO BE the “moral code” for doctors, but in today’s society focused in immorality, many doctors no longer use it.

The Hippocratic Oath basically says:
“I swear the following oath under all possible gods of the medical community:
I will honor the people who taught me these skills,
I will not knowingly harm one of my patients,
I will not provide the drugs or poisons to allow anyone to commit suicide,
I will not perform actions that will to an abortion,
I will not perform unnecessary surgeries,
I will not become emotionally or romantically involved with my patients,
I will keep all conversations with my patients private, being told to no one else,
I swear that, if I keep this oath I may live long and practice medicine. If I break this oath may my right to practice be taken from me, and even my life.”

As you can see, with many countries making having legal abortions and legal suicide, and with our immoral conduct abounding, the Hippocratic Oath is all most ignored by modern doctors.

Donna asks…

What are different type of doctors?

What are different type of doctors?
Ex:Dentist
ER doctor
ETC

New Niche Finder answers:

1) Andrologists
Andrologists are doctors who perform clinical tests & evaluations of male fertility.Andrologists are related to fertility treatment in health care units & they work with invitro fertilization.

2) Anesthesiologists
Anesthesiologists are physicians who primarily focus on surgical operations & methods of patient relief.They administer medicines (called as anesthetics) that helps the patients to get rid of pain & sensation during & after operation.

3) Cardiologists
Cardiologists diagnose & treat problems related to heart diseases.

4) Dermatologists
Doctors specializing in skin health & various diseases related to it,are known as dermatologists.They are involved in both surgical & medical skin treatment problems.

5) Endocrinologists
Endocrinologists diagnose diseases related to glands especially those of the endocrine system.

6) General Practitioner (GP)
Generally,known as family doctors.GP’s treat various medical conditions & are not specialized in anything specific.GP’s are generally aware of primary care aid & they also provide preventive health care tips to people.

7) Obstetricians/Gynecologists
Obstetrician and gynecologists are doctors who specialize in women reproductive health care.There is a difference between obstetrician & gynecologist.Gynecologists work in treatment of reproductive organs & they take care of the women during pregnancy,while obstetricians are specially trained for looking after the baby & women during final stages of pregnancy.

8) Microbiologists
Microbiologists are the doctors who study & provide treatments for infection of microorganisms.

9) Neurologists
Neurologists are the medical physicians who deal with disorders of nervous system related to brain, spinal cord,nerves & muscles.

10) Neurosurgeons
Neurosurgeons are involved in surgical treatments of nervous system disorders like that of spinal cord, brains & other parts of the nervous system.

11) Nephrologists
Nephrologists are trained in treating kidney diseases & performing dialysis therapy.

12) Oncologists
Oncologists are involved in the treatment of deadly disease cancer.They diagnose and treat cancer patients & are specialized in dealing with cancer.

13) Ophthalmologists
Ophthalmologists are medical professionals who deal with anatomy,functions & diseases of the eye.Ophthalmologists deal with surgical & medical eye treatments.

14) Pediatricians
Pediatricians are medical professionals who treat problems or illnesses related to children,right from early childhood to younger ages.

15) Psychiatrists
Psychiatrists deal with mental disorders besides dealing with effects of mental illnesses on physical & mental health.

16) Urologists
Urologists are medical professionals who focus on medical problems related to ureters,urinary bladder,urethra.They are also trained to diagnose & treat the male reproductive organs.

17) Radiologists
Radiologists are medical professionals who utilize imaging technologies like X ray,CT scans & MRIs to diagnose.

18) Rheumatologists
Rheumatologists are specially trained in treating auto immune system disorders,arthritis,joint muscle & muscle pain.

19) Emergency Doctor
ER doctor tasked with seeing a large number of patients,treating their illnesses & admitting them to the hospital as necessary.This may include accidents of any sort,illness,trauma,sports injuries,poisoning,allergic reactions,heart failure,industrial & occupational accidents.

20) Dentist
A dentist aims to prevent & treat oral disorders.Providing preventive treatment such as scaling & cleaning.Repairing teeth damaged by decay or trauma,rebuilding tooth structures for functional or aesthetic reasons,providing crowns & bridges.Treating diseases of the roots & gums.

Robert asks…

path to becoming a doctor?

path to becoming a doctor

New Niche Finder answers:

Becoming a doctor requires more training than most other jobs. It usually takes at least 11 years to become a doctor: 4 years of college, 4 years of medical school, and 3 years working in a hospital. For some specialties, doctors may have to work in a hospital for up to 8 years before they are fully trained.

To become a doctor, you should study biology, chemistry, physics, math, and English. It is not easy to get into medical school. You have to do very well in college and on medical school entrance tests.

Students spend most of the first 2 years of medical school in labs and classrooms. They take lots of science courses. They also learn to ask patients the right questions and how to examine them. They learn how to tell what sickness a patient has. In the last 2 years, students work with patients and doctors in hospitals and clinics. After medical school, doctors go to work in a hospital for a few years. They are called residents. To be a resident, you must pass a test.

If you want to be a doctor, you should like to help people. You should also be willing to study a lot.

You have to know how to talk to sick people. And you should be able to make decisions and handle emergencies.
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Chris asks…

Here is a confusing a doctor question?

if a doctor is doctoring another doctor, does the doctor doctoring the doctor doctor in the way he chooses to doctor, or does the doctor doctoring the doctor doctor in the way the doctor being doctored chooses to be doctored?

New Niche Finder answers:

The doctor being doctored by the other doctor has chosen the doctor for his type of doctor doctoring so the doctor doctoring the doctor does the doctoring that the doctor does to the doctor who chose the doctor’s doctoring.

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