Israeli Medical Tourism Association (IMTA) (part2)
Goals and objectives of the Israeli Medical Tourism Association The objectives of IMTA are: Providing patients who come for treatment to Israel from abroad with complete and reliable information about…

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Learn about the possibilities of modern cancer treatment in Germany (part 1)
Oncology has made a huge leap in its development over the past decades, and now cancer is no longer considered an incurable disease - if the disease is detected in…

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Leading clinics in South Korea. Cost of treatment and patient reviews (part 1)
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Treatment in Sweden – a modern approach (part 1)

Swedish medicine
Sweden treatment Nowadays, people increasingly prefer treatment abroad. There are many reasons for this, but how to choose the same place? Sweden can attract you with the fact that the local medicine is one of the most advanced in the world. And this is a fairly well-known fact. It uses the most innovative techniques.Swedish experts are extremely attentive to modern methods and try to introduce them into everyday treatment as soon as possible, first, of course, carefully checking them. It is not for nothing that in this country the life expectancy indicator is one of the highest in the world, which can be compared with indicators of the quality of treatment in Switzerland.

Over the past decade, mortality from heart attacks and strokes has sharply decreased in the country, as well as the survival rate of patients suffering from cancer.

In general, Sweden’s overall health care system will be divided into emergency care, specialist follow-up and outpatient care.

If we talk about the benefits of treatment in Sweden, then there are quite a few points. It’s worth starting with the fact that Sweden has a fairly high level of medicine and medical education. Educational institutions involved in the training of future doctors set very high assessment criteria and hire the best specialists in the field of teaching. This contributes to the fact that Swedish doctors at the time of graduation from the educational institution are already quite experienced and prepared for even the most difficult cases of the disease.

Swedish clinics provide top-level medical services. A distinctive feature is the extremely attentive and helpful staff. Care and an individual approach to each are what Swedish clinics provide their patients to the fullest.

Swedish clinics pay special attention to medical equipment. It is believed that the Swedes do not spare money on the most advanced equipment, trying by any means to improve the condition of patients and achieve their speedy recovery.

Another factor complementing treatment in Sweden and reinforcing all of the above is the unique nature. Most of the country’s territory is occupied by coniferous forests, which helps to improve well-being. The air in such forests is literally saturated with volatile production – biologically active substances that have the ability to destroy pathogens.

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