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Please studying Medicine and surgery in Delsu and studying Medical laboratory science in UNIBEN which one is better? Please help me out with suggestions.
Or should I just do medicine and surgery in UNIBEN. Guys I need yours answer please thanks.?

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Malik
1 week ago
I suggest you study medicine and surgery (due to vast opportunities they have)in delsu.Delsu is less competitive compared to uniben.
isaaq
1 week ago
Medicine and surgery is more lucrative and prestigious than MLS, so I suggest you should go for medicine and surgery or you can go for the one you prefer most.
Medicine is the science and practice of the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. Medicine encompasses a variety of health care practices evolved to maintain and restore health by the prevention and treatment of illness. Contemporary medicine applies biomedical sciences, biomedical research, genetics, and medical technology to diagnose, treat, and prevent injury and disease, typically through pharmaceuticals or surgery, but also through therapies as diverse as psychotherapy, external splints and traction, medical devices, biologics, and ionizing radiation, amongst others.

Surgery (from the Greek: χειρουργική cheirourgikē (composed of χείρ, "hand", and ἔργον, "work"), via Latin: chirurgiae, meaning "hand work") is a medical specialty that uses operative manual and instrumental techniques on a patient to investigate or treat a pathological condition such as a disease or injury, to help improve bodily function or appearance or to repair unwanted ruptured areas.

A surgeon is a person who practices surgery and a surgeon's assistant is a person who practices surgical assistance. A surgical team is made up of surgeon, surgeon's assistant, anesthesia provider, circulating nurse and surgical technologist.

Medicine and Surgery is the study of or the practice of the diagnosis, treatment of diseases through the use of manual and instrumental techniques on a patient to treat / investigate a pathological condition.

The aim of surgery
Surgeries can be grouped according to their purpose. For example:

Diagnosis – surgery can establish whether a person has a particular illness, disease or condition. Diagnostic surgery may be recommended when the person has signs that something may be wrong – for example, they may report unusual symptoms or have a positive test result. An example of diagnostic surgery is a bosom lump biopsy.
Prevention – the removal of tissue to stop a disease from happening. An example of this type of surgery is an operation to remove bowel polyps that may turn cancerous if left untreated. This type of surgery is also called prophylactic surgery.
Ablation – means the surgical removal of tissue. Typically, ablative surgery involves cutting out diseased or severely damaged body parts. In most cases, the name of the surgery ends in -ectomy. Examples include mastectomy (removal of a cancerous bosom) or cholecystectomy (removal of a diseased gall bladder).
Reconstruction – the aim is to restore use (such as knee reconstructive surgery) or improve appearance (such as bosom reconstruction following mastectomy). Sometimes, reconstructive surgery achieves both. For example, a cleft palate repair enhances the person’s appearance and also improves their ability to eat, swallow and talk.
Transplantation – this is surgery to replace a body part that no longer works properly: for example, a hip replacement or a lung transplant. The part may be artificial (made from silicone, stainless steel or titanium) or natural (donated from a deceased person).
Palliative care – the aim is to reduce pain, control symptoms and improve quality of life when there is no chance of cure. An example of this type of surgery is nerve resection to stop a person from feeling constant pain.
The field of surgery
Surgeries can be categorised by field, which includes body systems, diseases or conditions. For example:

Orthopaedic surgery – musculoskeletal system
Ocular surgery – the eyes
Neurosurgery – brain and spinal cord
Cardiac surgery – heart and surrounding blood vessels
Surgical oncology – treats cancer
Bariatric surgery – treats obesity.
Goals of Medicine
Medicine is a vocational degree, allowing you to develop the practical and clinical capabilities specific to medicine, as well as the professional and personal attributes necessary to become a doctor

The goals of medicine encompass the relief of pain and suffering, the promotion of health and the prevention of disease, the forestalling of death and the promoting of a peaceful death, and the cure of disease when possible and the care of those who can not be cured.

Skills and Competencies neede in Medicine and Surgery
Patient Care Skills
Communication Skills
Scientific Skills
Some of the qualities that a good doctor should possess are measurable, others are not. A good doctor should be:

attentive (to patient's needs), analytical (of self), authoritative, accommodating, adviser, approachable, assuring
balanced, believer, bold (yet soft), brave
caring, concerned, competent, compassionate, confident, creative, communicative, calm, comforter, conscientious, compliant, cooperative, cultivated
detective (a good doctor is like a good detective), a good discussion partner, decisive, delicate (don't play “God”)
ethical, empathy, effective, efficient, enduring, energetic, enthusiastic
friendly, faithful to his or her patients, flexible
a “good person,” gracious
a “human being,” honest, humorous, humanistic, humble, hopeful
intellectual, investigative, impartial, informative
wise in judgment, jovial, just
knowledgeable, kind
learner, good listener, loyal
mature, modest
noble, nurturing
open minded, open hearted, optimistic, objective, observant
professional, passionate, patient, positive, persuasive, philosopher
qualified, questions self (thoughts, beliefs, decisions, and actions)
realistic, respectful (of autonomy), responsible, reliever (of pain and anxiety), reassuring
sensitive, selfless, scholarly, skilful, speaker, sympathetic
trustworthy, a great thinker (especially lateral thinking), teacher, thorough, thoughtful
understanding, unequivocal, up to date (with literature)
vigilant, veracious
warm, wise, watchful, willingness to listen, learn, and experiment
yearning, yielding
zestful.
General surgeons need a blend of skills and personal qualities which include:

a high degree of manual dexterity
good hand-eye co-ordination, excellent vision and visuo-spatial awareness
good organisational ability and effective decision-making skills
excellent communication skills to deal with a wide range of colleagues, patients and their families
emotional resilience, a calm temperament and the ability to work well under pressure
physical stamina to cope with the demands of surgery
the ability to lead and manage a team effectively
Career Opportunities and Job Prospects for Medicine and Surgery Graduates
Cardiologist
Clinical radiologist
General practice doctor
Hospital doctor
Pathologist
Physician associate
Psychiatrist
Surgeon
Adult nurse
Anaesthetist
Children's nurse
Healthcare scientist, genomics
Higher education lecturer
International aid/development worker
Mental health nurse
Midwife
Neurologist
Paramedic
Research scientist (life sciences)
Science writer
Healthcare Equity Research Analyst
Medical Sales Representative
Medical Legal Advisor
Radiology/Diagnostic Imaging Director
Health Journalist
Public Health Worker
Gaby
1 week ago
Medicine and surgery is more lucrative and
prestigious than MLS, so I suggest you
should go for medicine and surgery or you
can go for the one you prefer most.
Medicine is the science and practice of the
diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of
disease. Medicine encompasses a variety of
health care practices evolved to maintain
and restore health by the prevention and
treatment of illness. Contemporary medicine
applies biomedical sciences, biomedical
research, genetics, and medical technology
to diagnose, treat, and prevent injury and
disease, typically through pharmaceuticals
or surgery, but also through therapies as
diverse as psychotherapy, external splints
and traction, medical devices, biologics, and
ionizing radiation, amongst others.
Surgery (from the Greek: χειρουργική
cheirourgikē (composed of χείρ, "hand",
and ἔργον, "work"), via Latin: chirurgiae,
meaning "hand work") is a medical
specialty that uses operative manual and
instrumental techniques on a patient to
investigate or treat a pathological condition
such as a disease or injury, to help improve
bodily function or appearance or to repair
unwanted ruptured areas.
A surgeon is a person who practices
surgery and a surgeon's assistant is a
person who practices surgical assistance. A
surgical team is made up of surgeon,
surgeon's assistant, anesthesia provider,
circulating nurse and surgical technologist.
Medicine and Surgery is the study of or the
practice of the diagnosis, treatment of
diseases through the use of manual and
instrumental techniques on a patient to
treat / investigate a pathological condition.
The aim of surgery
Surgeries can be grouped according to
their purpose. For example:
Diagnosis – surgery can establish whether a
person has a particular illness, disease or
condition. Diagnostic surgery may be
recommended when the person has signs
that something may be wrong – for
example, they may report unusual
symptoms or have a positive test result. An
example of diagnostic surgery is a bosom
lump biopsy.
Prevention – the removal of tissue to stop a
disease from happening. An example of this
type of surgery is an operation to remove
bowel polyps that may turn cancerous if left
untreated. This type of surgery is also called
prophylactic surgery.
Ablation – means the surgical removal of
tissue. Typically, ablative surgery involves
cutting out diseased or severely damaged
body parts. In most cases, the name of the
surgery ends in -ectomy. Examples include
mastectomy (removal of a cancerous
bosom) or cholecystectomy (removal of a
diseased gall bladder).
Reconstruction – the aim is to restore use
(such as knee reconstructive surgery) or
improve appearance (such as bosom
reconstruction following mastectomy).
Sometimes, reconstructive surgery achieves
both. For example, a cleft palate repair
enhances the person’s appearance and also
improves their ability to eat, swallow and
talk.
Transplantation – this is surgery to replace
a body part that no longer works properly:
for example, a hip replacement or a lung
transplant. The part may be artificial (made
from silicone, stainless steel or titanium) or
natural (donated from a deceased person).
Palliative care – the aim is to reduce pain,
control symptoms and improve quality of
life when there is no chance of cure. An
example of this type of surgery is nerve
resection to stop a person from feeling
constant pain.
The field of surgery
Surgeries can be categorised by field, which
includes body systems, diseases or
conditions. For example:
Orthopaedic surgery – musculoskeletal
system
Ocular surgery – the eyes
Neurosurgery – brain and spinal cord
Cardiac surgery – heart and surrounding
blood vessels
Surgical oncology – treats cancer
Bariatric surgery – treats obesity.
Goals of Medicine
Medicine is a vocational degree, allowing
you to develop the practical and clinical
capabilities specific to medicine, as well as
the professional and personal attributes
necessary to become a doctor
The goals of medicine encompass the relief
of pain and suffering, the promotion of
health and the prevention of disease, the
forestalling of death and the promoting of a
peaceful death, and the cure of disease
when possible and the care of those who
can not be cured.
Skills and Competencies neede in Medicine
and Surgery
Patient Care Skills
Communication Skills
Scientific Skills
Some of the qualities that a good doctor
should possess are measurable, others are
not. A good doctor should be:
attentive (to patient's needs), analytical (of
self), authoritative, accommodating, adviser,
approachable, assuring
balanced, believer, bold (yet soft), brave
caring, concerned, competent,
compassionate, confident, creative,
communicative, calm, comforter,
conscientious, compliant, cooperative,
cultivated
detective (a good doctor is like a good
detective), a good discussion partner,
decisive, delicate (don't play “God”)
ethical, empathy, effective, efficient,
enduring, energetic, enthusiastic
friendly, faithful to his or her patients,
flexible
a “good person,” gracious
a “human being,” honest, humorous,
humanistic, humble, hopeful
intellectual, investigative, impartial,
informative
wise in judgment, jovial, just
knowledgeable, kind
learner, good listener, loyal
mature, modest
noble, nurturing
open minded, open hearted, optimistic,
objective, observant
professional, passionate, patient, positive,
persuasive, philosopher
qualified, questions self (thoughts, beliefs,
decisions, and actions)
realistic, respectful (of autonomy),
responsible, reliever (of pain and anxiety),
reassuring
sensitive, selfless, scholarly, skilful, speaker,
sympathetic
trustworthy, a great thinker (especially
lateral thinking), teacher, thorough,
thoughtful
understanding, unequivocal, up to date
(with literature)
vigilant, veracious
warm, wise, watchful, willingness to listen,
learn, and experiment
yearning, yielding
zestful.
General surgeons need a blend of skills and
personal qualities which include:
a high degree of manual dexterity
good hand-eye co-ordination, excellent
vision and visuo-spatial awareness
good organisational ability and effective
decision-making skills
excellent communication skills to deal with
a wide range of colleagues, patients and
their families
emotional resilience, a calm temperament
and the ability to work well under pressure
physical stamina to cope with the demands
of surgery
the ability to lead and manage a team
effectively
Career Opportunities and Job Prospects for
Medicine and Surgery Graduates
Cardiologist
Clinical radiologist
General practice doctor
Hospital doctor
Pathologist
Physician associate
Psychiatrist
Surgeon
Adult nurse
Anaesthetist
Children's nurse
Healthcare scientist, genomics
Higher education lecturer
International aid/development worker
Mental health nurse
Midwife
Neurologist
Paramedic
Research scientist (life sciences)
Science writer
Healthcare Equity Research Analyst
Medical Sales Representative
Medical Legal Advisor
Radiology/Diagnostic Imaging Director
Health Journalist
Public Health Worker
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