Original Article

Year: 2018 | Month: June | Volume 5 | Issue 1

All In a Day’s Work: “Perils of Unlicensed Health care in Surgery”

V. K. Pandey Santosh Singh Nitish K. Singh Neeraj Nagarwal Shashank Tripathi Rahul Singh
DOI:10.30954/2350-0921.01.2018.5

Aim:

“First do no harm” (Latin: Primum non nocere) is the founding principle of the practice of medicine. This principle takes a lot of discipline and learning to achieve. Medical training and specialist training in medicine are time-consuming tedious and not meant for everyone to achieve. The value of human life and suffering can never be overemphasized. We are highlighting the bare basic facts of the state of affairs in the current day Indian settings of unlicensed health care providers rampant in rural India. This paper present view point by discussing few case reports for practising surgeons and physicians to understand and critically evaluate on modern practice and patient care.

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