Women have to wait longer for the surgery for cataracts on his eyes – because the doctors thought that women should driving a car and hunting for elk, even if it was bad,” and that, therefore, the head of the line. This writes the Swedish association of local authorities and regions, a report on the ojämställd care of from the start of 2019.
the medical practitioners in the care of the visually impaired, farbröders the opportunity to hunt for elk proves that american health care is still not equal. It's not just who gets the treatment first, but also to anyone who might be reading.
the lack of equality is rooted in two main problems: first Of all, know the doctors are off on a woman's body since studies are primarily carried out on men and animals of the male kind. For example, the different women, the signs and symptoms of a heart attack from the men. It has been known for over twenty years, but the paramedics still miss the proper diagnosis of the reasons why fewer women receive the specialist care, showed a new study from the Sahlgrenska academy.
the nursing staff is less likely to take women's symptoms seriously. Women report more difficult, the pain, the worse the nausea, and the greater the psychological distress that it is to be noted in the medical records, according to a study from the Western Region 2016 in which 700 patients were enrolled. The women were required to state that they were twice as bad mentally as the men, six or three on a ten degree scale.
”It hurts to be a woman,” is an example of what's affected tells Arpi that they have been rejected when they applied for treatment.
the Same thing is found in other studies, the Women get to go on any longer with the pain, the hurt, and the show is more to symptoms before they are allowed to operate on the spine, a herniated disc, osteoarthritis of the hip and knee joints.
on the day when the patient has the right to view their medical records – the term is scrapped. However, the image of the female patient in pain ”sitting in the head seems to remain. It shows Agnes Arpi, in his contribution to equality in health care for the newly published anthology ”Feminism” (Free publishing).
the disease of endometriosis, which affects about ten per cent, of all women, and, among other things, result in the severe pain during the menstrual period to pass out or vomit. On average, it takes seven years to get a diagnosis. ”It hurts to be a woman,” is an example of what's affected tells Arpi that they have been rejected when they applied for treatment.
the Arpi to visit a training course for chronic pain patients in Gothenburg, sweden. The majority of the participants are women, who are not able to sit for a back injury, the use of their hands due to injury or have developed chronic pain, because they have not been given the proper treatment in time. An appointment with a psychologist to learn to ”relax” and ”accept the situation: ”'let me know what you have found to you', asked the teacher. I've learned that I'm not going to get help, " said the young woman next door.” < / span> < / span>
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