Medicine is developing very quickly; this is obvious and known to everyone. And as the world becomes more and more narrow, the so-called global trends are clearly visible in any development, and medicine is no exception in this regard. We should immediately note that the" global "ones are not necessarily the"best" ones. There are also enough distortions and, let's say, one-sided influences, but sooner or later everything gradually straightens out and returns to the most rational path.
There are several treatment options :inpatient and outpatient. Dermacentor offers both options, depending on Your case, for the best treatment of Your disease. First of all, you need to consult with a specialist and already on the basis of his diagnosis, the type of treatment will be selected.
Inpatient treatment is the treatment provided to you during the entire period in a medical institution, i.e. You go to the hospital and you are constantly supervised by a doctor, as well as all the necessary procedures are carried out. In the Dermacentor hospital, you can count not only on high-quality medical care and safe treatment, but also on genuine comfort. When you come to our hospital, you can be sure that we follow the leading European protocols and standards of examination and treatment.
In outpatient treatment, all specialists of the network of multidisciplinary medical clinics are available, all the services of our institution are provided to patients of outpatient treatment, with the only difference that the patient is in a familiar home environment. The client comes only for the necessary procedures and consultations.
To be treated on an outpatient basis means to be treated on the move, on your feet. It seems that everything is clear: the patient comes to the" outpatient clinic", takes some procedures and leaves. However, in the modern world, the term is understood more broadly – as an antonym for the word "hospital": any treatment that does not require a 24-hour stay of the patient in the hospital is considered outpatient, including treatment at home, when a doctor or procedural nurse comes to the patient as necessary.