What does a Doctor do?
Not all Doctors do the same thing everyday. Doctor's schedules differ depending on the kind of medicine they practice. Some doctors work in an office, others in the hospital, and some in places you might not think of, like laboratories where they develop new medicines and research cures.
Most doctors work very long hours and have to be available for emergencies. These hours are typically spent seeing patients in an office-based setting, running tests as well as interpreting them, prescribing medicine or treatments, doing rounds in the hospital, making notes on patient's physical conditions, advising patients on how to stay healthy and talking to them about further treatment. They keep up to date by taking classes and regularly reading books and medical journals.
Surgeons will usually work two or three full days in the hospital operating room performing surgeries.
Doctors will also invest time completing administrative duties such as updating patient records, returning phone calls or dealing with various office issues.
Types Of Doctors:
Audiologist - Ear Specialist
Allergist - Allergy Specialist
Andrologist - Male Reproductive System Specialist
Anesthesiologist - Anesthesia Specialist
Cardiologist - Heart Specialist
Dentist - Dental Specialist
Dermatologist - Skin Specialist
Endocrinologist - Hormone Specialist
Epidemiologist - Disease Specialist
Family Practician - General Physician
Gastroenterologist - Digestive System Specialist
Gynecologist - Female Reproductive Specialist
Hematologist - Blood Specialist
Hepatologist - Liver Specialist
Immunologist - Immune System Specialist
Infectious Disease Specialist
Internal Medicine Specialist
Internists - Adult Disease Specialist
Medical Geneticist - Genetic Disease Specialist
Microbiologist - Infectious Disease Specialist
Neonatologist - Premature & Critically Ill Newborn Specialist
Nephrologist - Kidney Specialist
Neurologist - Brain Specialist
Neurosurgeon - Nervous System Surgeon
Obstetrician - Childbirth & Gynecological Specialist
Oncologist - Cancer Specialist
Ophthalmologist - Eye Specialist
Orthopedic Surgeon - Skeletal (Bone) Specialist
ENT Specialist - Ear, Nose And Throat
Perinatologist - High Risk Pregnancy Specialist
Paleopathologist - Ancient Disease Specialist
Parasitologist - Parasite Specialist
Pathologist - Performs Autopsies And Are Living Organism Abnormality Specialists
Pathologist (Forensic) - Help Police & FBI Solve Crimes
Pediatrician - Treats Medical Problems Of Infants, Children And Adolescents
Physiologist - Physiology Specialist (Life Science Doctor)
Physiatrist - Medicine & Rehabilitation Specialist
Plastic Surgeon - Cosmetic & Structural Surgeon
Podiatrist - Foot & Ankle Specialist
Psychiatrist - Mental Illness & Behavioural Disorder Specialist
Pulmonologist - Lung Specialist
Radiologist - X-Ray & Imaging Technology Specialist
Rheumatologist - Allergic Condition & Autoimmune Disorder Specialist
Surgeon - Performs Operations
Urologist - Urinary System Specialist
Emergency Doctor - Treats Various Emergency Cases - On Call 24/7
Veterinarian - Animal Specialist (Various Kinds Of Doctors Within This Field)
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