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Reply that please (classmate’s response, Euro Arias)

Reply that please (classmate’s response, Euro Arias)

 Reply to a student's posts with a reflection of their response. Please provide citations and references (in APA, 7th ed. format), at least 200 words.

  

  Advantages and Disadvantages of Screening 

Numerous screening tests must be passed, even for healthy people. They search for sicknesses from the get-go, before side effects manifest. The advantage of this is that treatment for the condition could start impressively sooner. Early discovery decreases the opportunity of significant medical problems and works with the administration of unfavorable impacts. Annual physical examinations, vaccinations, and screening tests are all examples of preventative health care (Borlinghaus et al., 2020). These are a couple of benefits and impediments of screening: Perhaps one benefit of screening is that it can assist with finding malignant growth before side effects appear. Screening frequently considers early analysis and treatment of different malignancies, for the most part before any unfriendly side effects show up. Early recognizable proof is basic since danger or strange tissue might be less complex to fix in its beginning phases. Because the cancer may already be spreading before symptoms appear, treatment becomes challenging. Options for testing include medical imaging, blood, urine, and DNA. In order to avoid malignant growth, diagnose it early, and treat a large number of cases, the advantages of screening should be carefully assessed against the possible hazards.

Screening plays a vital role in preventive medicine. According to Heywang-Köbrunner et al. (2019), in an ideal world, screening technologies would minimize or eliminate symptoms, identify patients early enough to begin treatment, and provide other beneficial outcomes that would improve population health at a fair cost. Early detection of congenital defects can help forecast a patient's future health issues and allow for more targeted genetic therapy treatments. A quick and accurate diagnosis may save a patient and their family a great deal of sorrow and suffering, even when their sickness is terminal. Screening has downsides, even in situations when the illness was found during the biopsy yet no side effects were seen. As long as they believe they are safe, they will delay seeking therapy. On the off chance that patients neglect to report side effects as they ought to, specialists might preclude sickness as the most probable reason. If the screening test had created an adverse outcome, they would have been taken care of harshly. When a false positive test result is obtained, an individual could experience excessive anxiety. It might be really upsetting to wait in the dark about the circumstances. Additional tests can also be required to validate the diagnosis. Most screening tests are either harmless or only somewhat annoying. A risk assessment or postponement of some procedures, such gastrointestinal punctures, is necessary because of the potential for cancer from extended exposure to X-rays. Using screening diagnostic procedures, a conclusive diagnosis is often not attainable (Mills, 2020). Instead, a number of tests are run to check for any abnormalities, and then a few tests are looked at in more detail.

References

Borlinghaus, J., Reiter, J., Ries, M., & Gruhlke, M. C. (2020). Screening procedures and tests for antioxidants. Pathology, 389-395. https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-12-815972-9.00037-8

Heywang-Köbrunner, S. H., Hacker, A., & Sedlacek, S. (2019). Advantages and disadvantages of mammography screening. Breast Care6(3), 2-2. https://doi.org/10.1159/000329005

Mills, A. (2020). Models of screening and information technology. Diabetic Retinopathy: Screening to Treatment (Oxford Diabetes Library), 131-138. https://doi.org/10.1093/med/9780198834458.003.0014

     Reply to a student's posts with a reflection of their response. Please provide citations and references (in APA, 7th ed. format), at least 200 words.

      

      Advantages and Disadvantages of Screening 

    Numerous screening tests must be passed, even for healthy people. They search for sicknesses from the get-go, before side effects manifest. The advantage of this is that treatment for the condition could start impressively sooner. Early discovery decreases the opportunity of significant medical problems and works with the administration of unfavorable impacts. Annual physical examinations, vaccinations, and screening tests are all examples of preventative health care (Borlinghaus et al., 2020). These are a couple of benefits and impediments of screening: Perhaps one benefit of screening is that it can assist with finding malignant growth before side effects appear. Screening frequently considers early analysis and treatment of different malignancies, for the most part before any unfriendly side effects show up. Early recognizable proof is basic since danger or strange tissue might be less complex to fix in its beginning phases. Because the cancer may already be spreading before symptoms appear, treatment becomes challenging. Options for testing include medical imaging, blood, urine, and DNA. In order to avoid malignant growth, diagnose it early, and treat a large number of cases, the advantages of screening should be carefully assessed against the possible hazards.

    Screening plays a vital role in preventive medicine. According to Heywang-Köbrunner et al. (2019), in an ideal world, screening technologies would minimize or eliminate symptoms, identify patients early enough to begin treatment, and provide other beneficial outcomes that would improve population health at a fair cost. Early detection of congenital defects can help forecast a patient's future health issues and allow for more targeted genetic therapy treatments. A quick and accurate diagnosis may save a patient and their family a great deal of sorrow and suffering, even when their sickness is terminal. Screening has downsides, even in situations when the illness was found during the biopsy yet no side effects were seen. As long as they believe they are safe, they will delay seeking therapy. On the off chance that patients neglect to report side effects as they ought to, specialists might preclude sickness as the most probable reason. If the screening test had created an adverse outcome, they would have been taken care of harshly. When a false positive test result is obtained, an individual could experience excessive anxiety. It might be really upsetting to wait in the dark about the circumstances. Additional tests can also be required to validate the diagnosis. Most screening tests are either harmless or only somewhat annoying. A risk assessment or postponement of some procedures, such gastrointestinal punctures, is necessary because of the potential for cancer from extended exposure to X-rays. Using screening diagnostic procedures, a conclusive diagnosis is often not attainable (Mills, 2020). Instead, a number of tests are run to check for any abnormalities, and then a few tests are looked at in more detail.

    References

    Borlinghaus, J., Reiter, J., Ries, M., & Gruhlke, M. C. (2020). Screening procedures and tests for antioxidants. Pathology, 389-395. https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-12-815972-9.00037-8

    Heywang-Köbrunner, S. H., Hacker, A., & Sedlacek, S. (2019). Advantages and disadvantages of mammography screening. Breast Care6(3), 2-2. https://doi.org/10.1159/000329005

    Mills, A. (2020). Models of screening and information technology. Diabetic Retinopathy: Screening to Treatment (Oxford Diabetes Library), 131-138. https://doi.org/10.1093/med/9780198834458.003.0014