Allopathic Guide For Common Disorders

Complimentary Offer

  • Pay via readwhere wallet and get upto 40% extra credits on wallet recharge.

Allopathic Guide For Common Disorders

This is an e-magazine. Download App & Read offline on any device.

The Allopathic system of (medicinal) treatment is a Conventional therapy having the largest number of hospitals, dispensaries, physicians surgeon, speciatists backed by on-going research projects and new medicines. There is no element of secrecy involved as, whatever is published and whenever a new medicine or diagnostic method is introduced, or new surgical procedures introduced, the knowledge spreads to every nook and corner of the world. These are fields where allopathy scores over other palthies. Moreover, there is a greater awareness among masses about allopathic medicines than any other (Complementary or alternate) therapy-counter sales have further popularised such medicines as most chemists, assuming the role of a doctor, keep on prescribing the medicines even to the educated and well-informed class. But, Very few persons, those who claim to know everything about medicines, know about drug-interactions, reactions, side-effects of medicines. There are very few patients who can afford to pay an exorbitant consultation fee charged by the specialists and, if such doctors supply medicines also, the bill amount shoots up further. A poor person either, per force, is obliged to visit a Govt. a hospital where he has to face long queues, humiliation and long waiting hours with minimal redressal, if at all, of his problems, such less privileged patients and their allies doubts/relatives, due to sparse and limited financial resources, can ill afford to visit such high charging specialists and Nursing homes or even so called ‘general Hospitals.’ The outcome of all such ordeals and related constraints lands the hapless patient at the door of quaks or the chemists as a result of which either he meets his terminal end without getting a proper treatment or fall into the traps of unqualified and practitioners.