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PDF Editor FAQ

What skills are needed of a therapist to do work with a physical disabled child?

Knowledge of how to collect all kind og information about the kid, diagnosis, x-rays, scans, history, resources, family, interest…….Anatomy a lot of it - in great detail.Biomechanics, you need to understand the limitations, compensation strategieshumor, playfulness, it's a child !!endurance, strength, it's hard workTeamwork as in part of a great team - like always it takes a village - doctors many specialists, nurses, teachers, helpers and a bunch of therapists

Why is it important to get an anatomy scan at the 20-week mark in a pregnancy?

Is important for a few reasons. I've had three healthy babies, all three had scans at various weeks, but all of them had a 20 week scan.The tech measures to verify the baby is growing, that all the organs and bones are intact and where they should be. Most people only think it's too tell the sex of the baby, but it is important to have this scan done.I've had two friends get a 20 week scan a discover something wasnt right, one lost her baby shortly after the other had no choice but to abort. With my third child we were made aware of a potential heart defect. This science isn't perfect but it's better then not knowing anything. I've had countless friends who made it to 20 weeks and for them the rest of the pregnancy is easier because they know everything looks good and they have a picture to prove it.The other big test is the tri test or quad test depending on your dr, your family history, age, ect. This sceans for birth defects and some generic abnormalities. I always had it done at 16 weeks so the results were back by 20 weeks. If anything looked off, they were doing a scan anyway!Hope this helped!

Why doctors don't take 30 minute history of patients as they take during their exams?

They should. And here is the reason why.Thomas Bayes belonged to Kent County in southern England, and was known for his religious bent. He wrote 2 books in his lifetime. One named ‘Divine benevolence’, a purely religious one, while the other was titled ‘An introduction to the doctrine of fluxion’. This second book was a treatise on mathematics of probability. Only In 1763, two years after his death, when British philosopher Richard Price read the essays from this book at the Royal Society of London, the impact of the concept was really understood. The theory said that a ‘pretest probability’ determines the post-test result. It is called Bayes Theorem.‘Doctor, I am working in Dubai. I have no complaint as such but I want a full body scan’ announced the overweight young man. The thick gold bracelet and the imported sunglass indicated that he is one of those successful non-resident Indians, who have made a mark on the desert sand.Today’s medical world is dominated by technology. Tests ranging from CT scans, MRI scans, PET scans, Angiograms, Isotope studies, Perfusion tests, all high tech cutting edge technology are easily available. These technology let the physician see deep inside the human body, access the anatomy and physiology and detect an abnormality much before it progress to a major catastrophe. Most of these tests are safe and painless. Of course they are costly, but that apart, why not do it for everyone who can afford it? Why waste time taking history when you have very precise scans? This question has been asked in western societies where cost of medical therapy is not an individual headache but the onus of the insurance company. In a detailed analysis last year published in the British Medical Journal, different strategies of screening were tried in the society to see how effective they are. Surprisingly high tech screening like scans and blood markers did no better than a general screening strategy. This confirmed the notion that medical investigations have to be goal directed and not random screening.CT scan of head may turn out to be normal in Alzheimer’s disease or migraine, where a simple clinical history may point to the correct diagnosis. Similarly angiogram may be normal in cardiomyopathy (a heart muscle disease), or pericarditis (an ailment of the protective cover of the heart). The point is, simply because it is high tech, it may not be able to pick out a disease.But a ‘pretest probability’ changes it all. A 75 year old man with history of diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol with a slight discomfort of the jaw, on walking uphill, may indicate a block in the coronary artery (angina pectoris) and indicate an urgent need for an angiogram, while a 30 year old lady with a severe chest pain in a localized point recurring only at bedtime is likely to be non-cardiac gastric ailment.Biostatistics tells us that tests with low false negativity are the one, which are used as a screening tool while those with low false positive are reserved to clinch the diagnosis. If you don’t follow the sequence, you are likely to go wrong all the way. That’s what Thomas Bayes theorized and it holds good even today. The American College Of Cardiology has now published the appropriateness criteria for tests to be applied in a particular complaint. A physician is free to decide who needs which test but in most cases these guidelines need to be followed to prioritize investigations logically and save cost.The next time your doctor spends more time asking you about your complaint or examine you in detail, rather than ordering a scan or a lab test, don’t think he is wasting your time. Appreciate his knowledge and respect for the 250-year-old theory of a humble monk from England who taught us the correct way to arrive at an accurate diagnosis faster albeit at a lesser cost.PS - What separates the brilliant doctors from the others is not how they interpret a scan, but how they interpret the history and believe me, it takes time.

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