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CPAS types of medical professionals

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Anesthesiologist
Administration of medication to cause loses if sensation or feeling during surgery or treatment
Cardiologist
Disease is the heart and blood vessels
Dermatologist
Disease of the skin
Emergency
Acute illness or injury
Endocrinologist
Disease of the endocrine gland
Family practice
Promote wellness, treat illness or injury in all age groups
Gastroenterology
Disease and disorders of the stomach and intestines
Gerontology
Disease of elderly individuals
Gynecology
Disease of the female reproductive organs
Neurology
Disorder of the brain and nervous system
Obstetrical practice
Pregnancy and childbirth
Ophthalmology
Disease and disorder or the eye
Orthopedist
Disease and disorders of muscles and bones
Otolaryngology
Disease is ears, nose, and throat
Pathology
Diagnosis of disease by studying changes in organs, tissues, and cells
Pediatrics
Diseases and disorders of children
Internal medicine
Diseases of internal organs (lungs,hearts,glands,intestines,kidneys)
Physical medicine
Physical medicine and rehabilitation
Plastic surgeon
Corrective surgery to repair injured or malformed body parts
Proctology
Disease of the lower part of the large intestine (anus)
Psychiatry
Disease and disorders of the mind
Radiology
Use of x rays and radiation to diagnose and treat disease
Sport medicine
Prevention and treatment of injuries sustained in athletic events
Surgery
Surgery to correct deformities I'd treat injuries or diseases
Urology
Diseases of the kidney, bladder, or urinary system
Infancy
Birth to 1 year (Trust vs Mistrust). They develop trust in self and others around them. Their needs are comfort and love.. if they don't have that they become aggressive and show decrease of interest. They grow physically and mentally
The 5 stages of Grief: DABDA
denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance
Denial
Involves disbelief of event or idea that is too freighting or shocking for a person to cope
Anger
Occurs when the patient is no longer able to deny death
Bargaining
Occurs when patients accept death but want more time to live
Depression
Occurs when patients realize that death will come soon and they will no longer be with their families or be able to complete goals
Acceptance
Final stage when patients accept the fact that they're going to die
Physical
Refers to body growth and includes ht, wt changes, muscles and nerve development, and changes in body organs
Mental
Refers to intellectual development and includes learning how to solve, make judgement, and deal with situations.
Emotional
Refers to feelings and includes dealing with love, hate, joy, fear,excitement, etc..
Social
Refers to interactions and relationships with other people
physiological needs
A human begins needs to sustain life: food, water, oxygen, elimination of waste materials, sleep, and protection from extreme temps.
Safety
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