Clinical practice is a type of general practice done by various licensed doctors in order to provide medical availability to their patients. This greatly varies from country to country depending upon their financial states. The high income developed countries have updated and advanced resources for clinical practices. Their doctors use medicines with higher evidence and efficacy. The procedures of treatments and diagnosis are also advanced in these countries. In the developing countries, the medicines have limited evidence and lesser efficacy. These medicines are seen to have traditional sense of activity with more side effects. The developed countries have improved their clinical practices in terms of culture and technologies. Their doctors use advanced and better methods for the treatment and diagnosis of patientâs disease. In the process of treatment, they develop a sense of interaction with the patients by taking medical interviews and reviewing their earlier records. This interaction helps the patients to share everything with their doctor in ease. The doctors also maintain this interaction by not hiding any factual information from their patients.
Based on the above features, developing countries are now trying to achieve the above facilities in a cost effective way. For this, researchers are trying to find better ways of diagnosis and treatment. Their innovative ideas get distributed to the scientific community through various renowned clinical practice journals. These journals help the doctors to get better ways to treat different health related issues.
Last date updated on July, 2014