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Consultant Urologists

*Diagnosing and treating common childhood ailments and minor injuries. *Recommending patients for further treatments and to specialists when needed. *Providing preventative care, including the recommendation of vaccines. *Recording and…

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*Perform regular annual exams on patients (e.g. pap smears). *Analyze records, reports, test results, or examination information to diagnose medical condition of patient. *Explain procedures and discuss test…

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*Evaluate patients’ skin condition. *Assess and update patients’ medical history. *Keep a record of patients’ symptoms. *Analyze all information regarding skin health conditions. *Prescribe medication. *Inform patients about available treatments. *Monitor the…

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Endoscopic surgeons

*Gastrointestinal tract: esophagus, stomach, and duodenum (esophagogastroduodenoscopy), small intestine (enteroscopy), large intestine/colon (colonoscopy, sigmoidoscopy), bile duct, rectum (rectoscopy), and anus (anoscopy) *Respiratory tract: nose (rhinoscopy), lower respiratory…

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*Examining, diagnosing, and treating patient conditions and disorders of the genitourinary organs and tracts. *Documenting and reviewing patients' histories. Ordering, performing, and interpreting diagnostic tests. *Using specialized equipment, such…

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*Ordering tests *Diagnosing patients *Prescribing medication *Collaborating with physical therapists *Recording patient progress and medical history *Setting broken bones *Supervising medical staff *Providing post-operative care

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*Takes medical histories and performs a physical examination to assess the patient to determine a possible diagnosis for both acute and chronic conditions * Providing referrals to…

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*Reviewing patients' health-related presentations. *Discerning contextual hindrances to patients' well-being. *Providing effective but resource-sensitive treatment. *Monitoring receptiveness, adherence, and responses to stipulated treatments. *Boosting access to adaptive social support. *Completing routine,…

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