Internet guidelines for patient.
What best describes you?
Relative of a patient.
Well-wisher of a patient.
If other, please describe.

What will happen if you browse through these guidelines?
Most face-to-face physician consultation in person can be prevented if you browse through these guidelines and solve your problems and relevant complaints before seeking consultation in person.

Guidelines for anyone caring for the patient.

Are you a relative or well-wisher of a patient?
Why and how are you linked to the patient?

How can you help the patient?
You can help the patient by getting the best recommendations from the best physician on this planet through the Internet for the patient relevant to a specific medical complaint or medical condition.
You can help the patient by reminding a local physician to seek recommendations from the world’s best physician on the Internet.
You can help the patient by monitoring progress during treatment.
You can help the patient by preventing harms.
Your aim should be to make the patient live happily to more than 90 years of age.

Patient Education
How often should you see a medical doctor?
A yearly health assessment is required for every person. Depending on the findings of your yearly health assessment, further follow-up will be recommended.

A yearly health assessment is required in addition to any problems that may arise that need OPD consultation, online consultation or any emergency medical problems that need to be reported to the nearest emergency medical resource, and/or further consultation abroad.

What is included in patient education?
There are general guidelines in patient education.
There are guidelines relevant to specific diagnosis and treatment.
Medical doctor-patient relationship
Communicating with non-English speaking patients
Preventive health care advice
Annual health assessment.
Female Health Advice.
Here are guidelines in case of an emergency.
Your state medical records
Healthcare and travel advice
Remuneration for services

If a person or resource does not provide services under the supervision of a medical doctor able to answer relevant questions, via e-mail, fax, telephone, or postal mail, do not seek health care services from such a resource.

Seek closure of such a resource.
Seek replacement of supervisors from such resource.

Before seeing a medical doctor or a counselor face-to-face, take a look at these resources:

Have your issues already been answered at these resources?

Do you need access to more health care resources?

Are there any non-emergency issue that have not been answered?

What non-emergency issues have not been answered?

What will happen if you do not take non-emergency issues seriously?

If you do not take non-emergency issues seriously, they can become emergency issues.

This includes non-emergency medical issues.
If you do not take non-emergency medical issues seriously, they can become medical emergency issues.

What should you do if anyone directs you to a resource that claims to be a human healthcare educational resource?
Direct them to this resource:

Take a look at this.

Stress Counselor
Counseling Services

Primary care physician training program
Nonemergency medical services

Emergency Medical Services

State department of health administrative services.

State department of public health.

Allied health workers guidelines What are examples of allied health workers?
Here are further guidelines.

Take a look at this.

For whom are these training programs meant in the state or outside the state around the world?
Emergency medicine specialist (first responder)
Emergency medicine specialist (medical emergency room)
Forensic pathologist
Forensic psychiatrist
Hospitalist in hospital ward
Internet human healthcare specialist
Medical superintendent in the state
Obstetrics & gynecology specialist
Palliative Care Services
Pediatric hospitalist
Physical medicine & rehabilitation specialist
Primary care physician
Public health specialist
Resident Services case manager in the state.
Radiologist and nuclear medicine specialist.
Stress Counselor

How are your educational resources better than Qureshi University (

Patient assessment
Medical Emergency
Emergency Patient Assessment
What best describes this human emergency?


Medical emergency
Surgical emergency
Trauma emergency
Pediatric emergency
Obstetrical/gynecological emergency
Medico legal case
Comprehensive patient assessment (nonemergency)

Comprehensive health assessment usually takes three sessions of 30 minutes on various days. If medical history is transmitted via email, fax, or postal mail, the duration can be less.

What are the types of comprehensive patient assessment (nonemergency)?
Age 1-12 years, comprehensive Health assessment of a child.
Age 12–18 years, comprehensive health assessment of adolescent girl (teen).
Age 12–18 years, comprehensive health assessment of adolescent boy.
Age 65 years or older, comprehensive geriatric assessment.
Medical Record
Here are further guidelines that can be useful depending on the situation.

Comprehensive patient assessment (nonemergency)
Comprehensive patient assessment (emergency)
Emergency comprehensive patient assessment
Emergency medicolegal case assessment
Nonemergency medicolegal case assessment
Follow-up patient assessment.

What are the types of follow-up patient assessment?
60-second progress assessment in an emergency room.
60-second progress assessment in a hospital ward.
60-second progress assessment in OPD.
60-second progress assessment by email, telephone, fax, or postal mail.
One-page discharge summary from hospital.

What are the types of emergency patient assessment?
Newborn assessment in 5 minutes.
Patient 60-second assessment in stress.
Patient 60-second assessment in crisis.
Critical care progress assessment of patient in 60 seconds.
Comprehensive patient assessment (emergency).
Comprehensive patient assessment (ICU).
What best describes the race of the individual?

What best describes the functions of the patient relevant to his/her age?
These parameters are required in a medical emergency:
Ability to hear, see, talk (in case of infants, cry or verbal sound is enough).
Ability to move extremities normally.
Ability to walk normally.
Able to eat normally.
Ability to go to toilet (urinate, defecate, clean normally).
Normal pulse, blood pressure, temperature.

These parameters are required for long-term disability assessment:
Ability to sleep normally.
Ability to get up every day at same time or same sleep duration normally.
Ability to concentrate, remember, write, speak English language normally.
Ability to take care of self and others.
Doctor Consultation
What best describes the patient?
Adolescent girl
Adolescent boy

What do you have to do before a patient or individual from the public seeks individualized doctor consultation?

Has this issue been explained at the public health level?
Take a look at this.

Has this issue been explained in patient education?
Take a look at this.

If yes, you need to go through these facts.

If no, you need to seek individualized doctor consultation.

A doctor should first try to resolve health issues at the public health level or patient education.

If the public health level or patient education does not resolve your issues, individualized doctor consultation is required.

What should you expect from a doctor during individualized consultation?
1. Obtaining a complete medical history.
2. Verifying the obtained complete medical history.
3. Reviewing patient records.
4. Performing physical examinations.
5. Medical test recommendations.
6. Monitoring in various settings.
7. Treatment/recommendations.
Is your complete medical history ready?

What are the various methods of completing a medical history?

You need to complete the options listed.
You need to answer relevant questions.
Depending on the situation, more questions can be asked.

How healthy are you?
Patient Consultation
E-mail or letter from medical doctor to patient.
E-mail or Letter from patient or relative to medical doctor.
Functional Assessment
New Patient Consultation
New Patient Consultation
New Patient Consultation (Psychiatry)
Patient been referred to you by others.
Patient been referred by you to others.
Patient been referred to you by others.
Patient Profile
Patient Profile and History
Patient Profile (Text)
Patient satisfaction ratings
Initial management of the trauma patient
Total Health Assessment Questionnaire
Termination of the Physician-Patient Relationship
Wrong Patient Surgery
Medical doctor-patient relationship
Patient rights/Client rights
Here are further guidelines.