Forecast: scientific data

In addition to medical experience, a special role is played by scientific data on the characteristic features of various diseases, which make it possible to predict what awaits the patient in the future. The personal experience of the doctor should always take into account the latest achievements in modern medicine. Scientific studies not only offer information about the likely course of the disease, taking into account its type, stage, patient's constitution, etc., but also allow to identify the causes of various course of the disease, determine the mechanisms of damage to the body, the peculiarities of healing processes, related signs, etc. d. In other words, studies describe studies of the patho - and sanogenesis patterns of the disease. Scientific prediction is based on the study of patterns of the current pathological process, for example, malignant growth, inflammation, acute infection, etc. Considering the consequences associated with this cause, it is possible, after identifying the cause, to effectively predict future phenomena.

Modern scientific methods used in medical prognoses imply, first and foremost, conducting thorough clinical research and studying the symptoms of a particular disease. Moreover, one should take into account the degree of deterioration of the state of the body, its protective processes or sanogenesis, as well as the presence of reserve forces in vital organs.

A single study provides an opportunity to determine the severity of the patient's condition. At the same time, the direction of the pathological process is studied both due to the history and due to a long study of the disease. However, various manifestations of the disease, for example, temperature, pulse, respiration, or leukocytosis, sometimes dramatically change after the predominance of various processes in the body. For example, the high temperature curve during croupous pneumonia in most cases ends with a fall either after reaching a high volume of antibodies (crisis) and the beginning of the healing process, or as a result of severe intoxication and a decline in blood circulation (collapse). The observation reveals, in addition to the trends of the disease process, which therapeutic agents and how they affect the disease. In other words, in order to make a competent prognosis, it is necessary to use far more factors than are necessary for a diagnostic procedure, and this is complemented by the results of treatment. As for the process of reasoning, it is more complex than the usual fixation of the current state of the body. The prognosis should be based on the regularities of the pathological processes, and extensive real data on the effect of etiological factors.

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