Should government fund bureaucrats’ medical treatment abroad?

Should government fund bureaucrats’ medical treatment abroad?

Left, Right & Centre: They tell us these are difficult times for the economy, that we should tighten our belts. So why should taxpayers pay for bureaucrats to get treatment abroad for certain medical conditions? Is this austerity?
Watch full video: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/left-right-centre/should-government-fund-bureaucrats-medical-treatment-abroad/290981

Liposuction abroad with Medical Holidays Abroad

Liposuction abroad with Medical Holidays Abroad

Find more about liposuction treatment abroad on: http://medicalholidaysabroad.com/plasticsurgery/treatment/body-plastic-surgeries/liposuction

Liposuction abroad with Medical Holidays Abroad is a surgery which removes fat deposits from under the skin. It can be carried out on every body part like thighs, knees, ankles, hips, buttocks, arms. Liposuction abroad may be the only method of fat removal when diets and exercises are powerless. The Liposuction procedure abroad is very often combined with other procedures in which the excess fat can be processed and utilized, like Fat Grafting.

Cosmetic Surgery Abroad Review – Beauty in Prague www.beautyinprague.com

Cosmetic Surgery Abroad Review – Beauty in Prague www.beautyinprague.com

Hear more about Lynn’s experience about her cosmetic surgery abroad with Beauty in Prague. Visit the Beauty in Prague website for more photos and information on: http://www.beautyinprague.com.

For more information, please call 0800 023 2592 or apply for our FREE email consultation by filling in the Medical Questionnaire and sending us the photos:
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Cosmetic Surgery: Overseas surgery and the risks involved

Cosmetic Surgery: Overseas surgery and the risks involved

Plastic Surgeon Mr Craig Rubinstein addresses the dangers of having cosmetic surgery abroad.

Cosmetic surgery tourism is a price-driven phenomenon that has experienced increased growth over the past decade.

Considering having plastic surgery overseas? Consider the risks.

Here are the questions to ask IF you are considering having plastic surgery or indeed any medical procedure in a third world country:

1. Check that the plastic surgeon has Government accredited qualifications
2. Government accredited facilities and equipment
3. Government accredited implants
4. Regulations and laws protecting patients
5. Specialist surgical training
6. Communication and assessment by your surgeon
7. Ongoing after-care and follow up
8. Strict hygiene and sterilization process

Numerous companies offering all-inclusive vacation packages that include cosmetic surgery are popping up all over the world and can be easily located via the Internet. There are many countries that are marketing themselves as medical tourist destinations, including Thailand, India, Brazil, Costa Rica, Mexico, South Korea, the Philippines and more.

Whilst there are many skilled and qualified physicians practicing all over world, it may be difficult for patients to assess the training and credentials of surgeons outside of Australia. Without a thorough understanding of the medical standards for the facility, the medical providers, their surgical training and credentials or the post-operative care associated with the surgery, a patient may be ill-informed and at significant risk. It is important to understand that surgery is serious business, and cosmetic surgery is no different from other surgical procedures.

Learn more about Dangers of Medical Tourism:
http://cosmeticsurgeryforwomen.com.au/blog/niptuck-magazine-dangers-of-medical-tourism

If you have any other concerns or FAQ’s, please visit:
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