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If an organization deals with a licensed and accredited healthcare institution when issuing medical books for its employees, all costs associated with paying for medical examinations of employees, as well…

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Treatment in Sweden – a modern approach (part 2)

Diagnostics in Sweden
As you know, the speed of recovery and its process very much depends on the correct and timely diagnosis of the disease. It is not difficult for Swedish specialists to pinpoint the disease. For such purposes, they have sufficient experience and knowledge of the most suitable methods, and cutting-edge equipment.

Among the types of diagnostics practiced in Sweden, one can distinguish:

Diagnostics in Sweden
biopsy;
endoscopy;
graphical methods;
history taking;
visual inspection;
laparoscopy;
palpation;
probe studies;
ultrasound examinations, etc.
Here laboratory, preventive, outpatient, as well as many specialized types of diagnostics are practiced.

Treatment in Sweden
Treatment in Sweden is of interest, first of all, to those patients who want to receive medical services at the highest level. This Scandinavian country has attracted many medical tourists from around the world for a long time.

As for the progressive treatment in Sweden, here we can distinguish:

stereotactic radiotherapy;
dermatology;
stereotactic radiosurgery (gamma knife);
neurosurgery;
organ transplantation;
plastic surgery;
robotic surgery (robotic surgeons – a technology that has become widespread in Europe in urological procedures);
stem cell transplantation and much more.
When treating any patient, Swedish doctors always try to use the totality of modern scientific achievements and create such treatment methods that minimize the side effects of medical intervention.

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