Journal Title: زمستان 96
Article title: The Surgeon in Hospital "A review of the Principles, Values, Ethical and Professional Standards, Duties and Relationships of Surgeons in the Hospitals’ Departments and Clinics"
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Surgery is a career in which science and art go hand in hand to bring it into existence. Whenever the surgeon encounter a patient, in fact they take one step closer to perfection. The word “surgery” alongside with “morality and the pure reflection of the fascinating inner human beings lead to patients being saved. Therefore, hospital is a place where the defenseless seek shelter. The afflicted make home out of it and surely it’s the healing point of the desperate.
By casting a glance at the surgery the need for the combination of medical care and a humane look at the patient is always being felt.
Patients are in fact a place for the surgeons putting their intellectual performance of the medical science on a show in an artistic way. In this way researchers’ studies and doctors’ humane and at the same time loving view get blended in with each other. We hope the result of this encounter will serve the patient in their best interest.
Surgery is an art which has evolved since prehistoric times to reach its standing today. Diagnostic techniques, anesthesia and surgical instrumentation have developed more recently to a degree such that surgeons can reach and excise or repair lesions which were not possible even fifty years ago. Clinics, hospitals and surgical theaters have become a haven for the ailing and the sick with the hope of a cure or amelioration of their suffering.
The services that the surgeons and hospitals can provide for their patients require a complicated web of administrative, nursing and social services. Teaching and research are also an essential ancillary task which the surgeon must accommodate.
Within this busy environment, the surgeon must constantly be aware of his moral and ethical obligation to his patients who with complete trust lay their lives in his hands.
Ethics, Moral, Medical Ethics, Professionalism, Surgery, Hospital, Surgical Ethics
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