Unethical Issues in Healthcare Industry

Unethical Issues in Healthcare Industry

There are many different categories of specialist, they include:
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Cardiothoracic and vascular
Plastic Surgery

Plastic Surgery

Plastic Surgery had become today’s trend. According to ASAPS, Americans spent $26.2 billion on plastic surgery in 2007. Its comparable to the GDP of Paraguay which was $26.2 billion based on 2001 purchasing power parity.

The number of surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures in the United States increased by 44 percent in 2004 to a total of nearly 11.9 million in 2007, according to statistics released in 2008 by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS).

Cosmetic Surgery includes:
Tummy tuck
Eyelid Surgery
Nose Surgery
Brow Lift
Facial Implants
Injectable Fillers
Skin Resurfacing
Breast Lift
Breast Augmentation
Spider Veins
Botox treatments

What is the value of Plastic Surgery to the society?

Appearance is an important aspect in our society. In fact, it is in every society. Cosmetic surgery clinics are an integral part of health. It make you looks good and feel goods about yourself and in the aspect of Physiological health, it give people the confidences and self-esteem.

To Women who underwent mastectomy, plastic surgery improved their quality of life. The creation of a new breast improve their self-image and self-confidence about themselves.

We bring back, refashion and restore to wholeness the features that nature gave but chance destroyed, not that they may be an advantage to the living soul, not as a mean artifice but as an alleviation of illness, not as becomes charlatans but as becomes good physicians and followers of the great Hippo crates. For though the original beauty is indeed restored . . . the end for which the physician is working is that the features should fulfill their offices according to nature's decree.

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