第 1 到 3 筆結果，共 38 筆
Contents Introduction 3 PART I. Clinical Iatrogenesis 1. The Epidemics of Modern
Medicine 13 Doctors' Effectiveness — an Illusion Useless Medical Treatment
Doctor- Inflicted Injuries Defenseless Patients PART II. Social Iatrogenesis 2.
Social Iatrogenesis Medicine undermines health not only through direct
aggression against individuals but also through the impact of its social
organization on the total milieu. When medical damage to individual health is
produced by a ...
Social iatrogenesis designates a category of etiology that encompasses many
forms. It obtains when medical bureaucracy creates ill-health by increasing stress
, by multiplying disabling dependence, by generating new painful needs, ...
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