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The Hard Part Of Being A Doctor

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    Today the amount of news published about medical malpractice (malpractice) and the different judgments followed against doctors has shown that in our society it is not easy to practice medical practice and that being a doctor is a task that every day becomes more difficult.



    Today the amount of news published about medical malpractice (malpractice) and the different judgments followed against doctors, has shown that in our society it is not easy to practice medical practice and that being a doctor is a task that every day becomes more difficult; forgetting many times that the medical act is always associated with a risk and that the obligation of the doctor is of medium and not of result, that is, the doctor is not obliged to guarantee the health of the patient, but to give him all his support for its improvement, of course, with some exceptions, as in the case of cosmetic surgeries where it has been pointed out by the judicial operator that the obligation is the result, at least in the formal execution of the restoration or correction procured


    Now, if it is a question of looking for the causes of this boom in the responsibility of the white coat professional, I would believe that there are many associated factors that greatly influence this questioning. On the one hand, we find the demystification of the medicine that has come down from its highest pedestal, initially inspired by the blind faith of the patients towards their doctors, to a lower place, where the doctor stopped being that divine guardian of the health and today contemptuously it is called matasano, where errors are already looked more than the successes.


    On the other hand, the rise or fever of civil liability, where everything is seen from the point of view of the damage, which requires that it be compensated, regardless of whether the doctor has acted with great care and diligence. Likewise, the crisis of medical ethics can be considered, since the doctor sometimes forgets the Hippocratic Oath as a symbol of morality and ethical promise with a single purpose of curing and relieving his patients under any circumstance. In the same way, we can indicate as a contributory factor of this responsibility, the inadequate information that the doctor gives to his patient, that is, due to the inadequate diligence of the informed consent, the doctor assists the legal duty to satisfy with sufficient illustration his patient about the risks, advantages and expectations of his medical act. To all of the above we add the weaknesses of the health system of our country that is most responsible for the deficiency of the provision of care through the hospital network. As the saying goes "I do not believe in witches but there are, there are."



    In Colombia there are excellent vocational doctors, dedicated to their profession who live with passion their routines in the offices and their rounds in the hospitals, but we must also recognize that there is a minority that does not do it in the same way and their action is totally questioned for their negligence. In any case, I think that, without prejudice to those who demand justice for this type of responsibility, whether they have the right or not, it is necessary to seek justice that balances this situation, where doctors and patients are not sacrificed.



    Remember that in Colombia the number of doctors is insufficient and if we expel those we already have from exercise, we will be left without bread and without wine.

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