high responsibility for people's lives; work with different types of patients who are not always grateful for the help provided; long period of study and internship; tight work schedule in some institutions (few days off, night shifts, emergency calls, etc.).



Thus, this specialty has both positive and negative sides. Future medical professionals must be aware of the challenges they may face in fulfilling their professional responsibilities.

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  • Monday 8:00am - 11:00pm 2:00pm  -  6:00pm
  • Tuesday 8:30am - 11:00pm
  • Wednesday 9:30am  -  5:00pm
  • Thursday 9:30am  -  4:00pm
  • Friday 9:00am - 12:00pm

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Any profession makes demands on the state of health of the employee. When applying for a job and during the period of medical practice, all medical workers undergo a medical commission.

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General health requirements: motor: coordination of movements, muscle activity, endurance; analytical: vision, hearing, smell, touch, taste; neuropsychic: correct functioning of the nervous system; intellectual: analysis of thinking, memory, attention.

There are the following diseases, in the presence of which it is not recommended to choose a medical profession: neuropsychic; cardiovascular; musculoskeletal system; chronic infectious; upper respiratory tract; allergic; visual, auditory analyzers; speech-voice apparatus.

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It is advisable for applicants to pass a medical examination in advance in order to be sure that they will be able to work in their specialty. A physician must have characteristic personality traits in order to become a professional in his field.

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In stressful situations, the doctor must be able to quickly find the right solution, be restrained, and control the course of events. Regardless of their specialization, all doctors perform the following: examine patients and find out their complaints (necessary in order to determine the symptoms of the disease); appoint laboratory tests (analyze the deviations occurring in the body: the presence of bacteria, inflammatory processes, etc.); based on the information received, a diagnosis is made (the doctor must be able to distinguish between diseases that are similar in symptomatology); prescribe treatment (taking medications, performing a surgical operation, etc.).

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