Treatment & Diagnosis of Diseases
Clinicians use diagnostic medical instruments and supplies to assess and analyse different aspects of a patient's health to make a diagnosis. A clinician will then prescribe an effective treatment plan after a diagnosis has been made.
A medical treatment normally involves dietary and behavioural changes, such as avoiding smoking, as well as drug administration, whether injectable or not. Radiology, endoscopy, and phototherapy are examples of tests that occur between conventional procedures and surgery.
The method of deciding which illness or disorder triggers a person's symptoms and signs is known as medical diagnosis. Many signs and symptoms are nonspecific, making diagnosis difficult. Various healthcare professionals, like a psychologist, physiotherapist, dentist, podiatrist, optometrist, healthcare scientist, or physician, may perform a diagnostic technique
- Track 1-1 Medical imaging techniques
- Track 2-2 Clinical pathology
- Track 3-3 Microbiology
- Track 4-4 Diagnostic Tests and Medical Procedures