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In ophthalmic surgery, which deals with the eyes, there is the ophthalmoscope to examine the inside of the eye; in ENT, the appropriate orifice is examined with an auroscope, nasal speculum or laryngeal mirror; in obstetrics and gynaecology, which deals with the female genital tract, the vaginal speculum is 9 Clinical Care used to examine the vagina and cervix; and, in urology, concerned with the urinary tract, the cystoscope is used to examine the inside of the bladder. In other specialties, there were other types of expertise: plaster of Paris was used in orthopaedics to immobilise limbs and heal fractures; local anaesthesia in oral surgery, the surgery of the mouth; and skin grafting, the transplantation of skin, in plastic surgery.
Good communication is essential when a patient is sent to hospital and returned therefrom, that is, transferred from primary to secondary care and back again. Similar close liaison is necessary when arrangements are made for tertiary care. Referral If a patient requires hospital treatment, the patient is referred by the GMP to a consultant in hospital practice. The modes of referral are considered later. Typical sequence of events The following is a typical sequence of events relating to referral, diagnosis, treatment and discharge of a patient, when there is no need for further treatment or attendance at hospital for follow up.
However, care must be taken to ensure that the paralysed patient, who cannot cry for help, is adequately anaesthetised and does not feel pain. The medicolegal implications are obvious. Also, when relaxants are used, the patient must be artificially ventilated and the lungs have to be inflated with air or oxygen. This may be done by hand, using an airway to keep the tongue from causing obstruction, with a bag and a face mask connected to a source of oxygen and anaesthetic gases. Two developments, the endotracheal tube and the ventilator, followed.
Clinical Care For Lawyers (Medic0-Legal Practitioner Series) by John Stewart, Barbara Stewart, Walter Scott