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Title: Ethical and legal challenges of the medical profession in India
Authors: Mohammad, Shaibat
Ahmad Murad, A.Gh
Gerasimchuk, Nina
Keywords: medical profession in India
Issue Date: 12-Nov-2015
Citation: Mohammad Shaibat. Ethical and legal challenges of the medical profession in India / Mohammad Shaibat, Ahmad Murad A. Gh, N. Gerasimchuk // Modern diagnostical Methods in internal medicine and their ethical aspests : 5th Scientific Students` Conference, dedicated to the 210th Anniversary of Kharkiv National Medical University, Kharkiv, Ukraine, 12th of November 2015 / Kharkiv National Medical University, Propedeutics to Internal Medicine Department №1, Basis of Bioethics and Biosafety. – Kharkiv, 2015. – P. 37.
Abstract: Rapid developments in the medical field in the last century have revolutionized the field of medical practice. It is now possible to diagnose diseases faster and more accurately using advanced diagnostic techniques. Medical management has become more effective with refined medications having more specific actions and fewer side effects. Surgical treatment has moved towards less invasive modes of management with lesser morbidity and faster recovery. Among all these developments, the medical profession in India is at crossroads facing many ethical and legal challenges in the practice of the profession. The medical fraternity is becoming more and more dependent on technology and market forces tend to influence decision making by the doctors.
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