- டாக்டர் A. ஷேக் அலாவுதீன்
MD., (Chin.Med), A.T.C.M(CHINA), Zhejiang University, Hangzhou,(China), (Chinese Traditional Medicine).
நீங்கள் சொல்லும் வார்த்தையில் உண்மை இருக்குமானால், மனச்சாட்சி உள்ள டாக்டர்களாக இருப்பீர்களேயானால்...
ஏன்? ஏன்? ஏன்?...
இது ஒரு மாபெரும் கொலை!...
இவர்களின் நோக்கம் பணம் தான்...
மக்கள் நலமல்ல!!! என்பதை நினைவில் கொள்ளுங்கள்... நம் மக்களும், மலிவான பத்திரிக்கைகள் மற்றும் டி.வி விளம்பரங்களுக்கு அடிமைப்பட்டு இதற்கு உடன்படுவதுதான் ஒரு மாபெரும் வேதனை...
Elimination of waste / toxins is cure"
மெய்ப்பொருள் காண்ப தறிவு" -திருக்குறள்.
2. நெஞ்சுவலி (Angina)
3. குடல் வால் நோய் (Appendicitis)
4. இருதய இரத்தக் குழாய் அடைப்பு (Block in Blood Vessels)
5. கண்பார்வை அற்ற நிலை (Blindness)
6. தலை வழுக்கை (Baldness)
7. ஆஸ்துமா (Asthma)
8. உடலில் தோன்றும் கட்டிகள் முதலாக, புற்றுநோய் வரை (Cancer)
9. கண்புரை (Cataract)
10. தலை முடி வளர, நரையை அகற்ற (To Growth of Hair, To removing Grey Hair)
11. கருவில் வளரும் குழந்தையை ஆண் அல்லது பெண்ணாக மாற்றுவோம் என்று கூறுவது.
12. பிறவிக் கோளாறு
13. காது கேளாமை (Deafness)
14. நீரிழிவு நோய் (Diabetic Mellitus)
15. கர்ப்பப்பை சம்பந்தமான அனைத்து கோளாறுகள்.
16. வலிப்பு நோய் - மனநோய் (Eplilipsy)
18. உடல் நிறம் கருப்பாக இருந்தால் சிவப்பாக மாற்றுதல்.
19. மார்பக வளர்ச்சிக்கு
20. புரையோடிய புண் (Gagerence)
21. மரபணு நோய்கள் (Genetic Diseases)
22. க்ளாகோமா எனும் கண்நோய் (Glaucoma)
23. கழுத்து வீக்கம் (தைராய்டு) (Thyrodism)
24. ஹெர்னியா (Hernia)
25. உயர் மற்றும் குறைந்த இரத்த அழுத்தம் (BP)
26. விரைவீக்கம் (Orchitis)
27. பைத்தியம் (Mental Disorder)
28. ஞாபக மறதி, ஞாபக சக்தியை அபிவிருத்தி செய்ய (To improve Memory Power)
29. குழந்தையின் உயரத்தைக் கூட்ட (To Increase Height)
30. சாதாரணமாக ஏற்படும் கண்பார்வைக் குறைபாடு கிட்டப்பார்வை, தூரப்பார்வை.
31. ஆண் உறுப்பு வளர்ச்சி, வீரியம்
32. பற்களை உறுதிப்படுத்த
33. மஞ்சள் காமாலை, கல்லீரல் மர்ம நோய் (Hepatitis)
34. இரத்தப் புற்றுநோய் (Leukemia)
35. வெண்குஷ்டம் (Leocoderma)
36. உடலுறவில் வீரியம் அதிகப்படுத்தல்
37. மூளை வளர்ச்சிக் குறைவு
38. மாரடைப்பு நோய் (Heart Attack)
39. குண்டான உடம்பு மெலிய (Obesity)
40. பக்கவாதம் (Paralysis)
41. உடல் நடுக்கம் (Parkinson)
42. மூலநோய் மற்றும் பவுத்திரம் (Piles)
43. வாலிப சக்தியை மீட்க
44. குறைந்த (இள) வயதில் முதிர்ச்சியடைந்த தோற்றம்
45. குறைந்த (இள) வயதில் தலைநரை (Greying Hair)
46. ரூமாட்டிக் இதய நோய் (Rheumatism)
47. ஆண்மைக்குறைவு, விரைவில் ஸ்கலிதம் (Impotance)
48. கழுத்துவலி மற்றும் முதுகுத்தண்டில் ஏற்படும் அனைத்து வலிகளும் (Spondylosis)
49. திக்குவாய் (Stammering)
50. சிறுநீரக கற்கள், பித்தப்பை கற்கள், நிறுநீர்ப்பை கற்கள் (Kidney Stone, Gall Stone).
51. காலில் இரத்த நாளங்கள் வீக்கம் அடைதல் (Varicose Vein).
How do you feel about brain death?
Brain death is a very controversial issue that is ongoing now. Some physicians claim that they will diagnose their patient as being brain dead if there is no brain activity that can be detected, even when the patient's heart is still beating. Other physicians believe that if the person cannot sustain their own vitals without being on life support then they are brain dead. While other physicians will solely look for portions of the brain on whether or not there can detect that the patient has cognition and is aware of what is going on. There are many moral, ethical, and legal aspects to the decisions made regarding brain death individuals.
What if your spouse was in a coma, would you pull the plug? This was a question that a polish wife had to ask herself when her husband, Jan Grzebski, had a severe accident in 1988 that resulted in him being in a coma. "Grzebski had been diagnosed as being in a permanent vegetative state, from which his physicians said he would never emerge" (Cowan and Spiegel, 2009). After considerable amount of thinking she decided to keep him on life support, despite what doctors were telling her. She had hope that God would perform a miracle.
"A miracle is an even occurring in the context of legitimate religious expectation that is so contrary to the ordinary course of nature that the casual activity of God is the best explanation for its occurrence" (Cowan and Spiegel, 2009). God did do the unexplainable and brought Grzebski back to life in 2007. After being in a coma for almost twenty years, he woke up at the age of 65 years with his wife still by his side. If she would have taken him off life support in 1988 when she was told there was no hope for him to ever come out of his coma, then she would not being enjoying her golden years with him now. Would you have made the same decision or would you believe the doctors and risk the possibility of having your love one by your side in the future?
Genesis 9:6 states that "by the grace of God, we all remain images of God" (O'Mathuna, 1996). It is believed that once someone is brain dead, then they are no longer considered to be an image of God. However, many Christian physicians and scientist have theorized that we still remain images of God whether or not our brains and bodily parts are functioning. This is supported by the fact that patients have been diagnosed as being brain dead, yet still have made a full recovery with a few months to years later. Once again, refer to the previous example of the polish man who woke up about twenty years later from being in a coma as supportive evidence for this theory.
The laws regarding whether or not to take a patient off of life support if they are considered brain dead varies from state to state. Most states will give this option to the spouse, if there is no spouse then the parents will make the executive life sustaining decision, and if there is no parents then the children will make this choice. There have been many court cases regarding this issue. Sadly, there are some cases in which the legally designated person chooses to have the patient taken off life support and other family members have disputed this decision. Unfortunately, by the times this case gets to court the patient has already passed away.
What happens in situations when there is no love ones to make this vitally important decision? The answer would be that the doctors and the hospital become legally accountable for the patient and are responsible to make this choice. Unfortunately for the comatose patient, the typical decision is to take the patient off of life support. It is claimed that their reasoning is because the physicians believe that the patient is brain dead and does not have much hope to recover. However, the hospitals do take into consideration, unethically of course, of how their medical bills are going to be paid. If there are no love ones who are paying for the medical expenses of keeping someone on life support, then who is going to pay for it? Insurance companies will not continue to pay for the expenses if no one is available to pay the premiums; so they will not be the ones who will pay the medical expenses. The federal government will eventually pay for the majority of these bills. However, hospitals don't always see these payments right away.
In regards to the previous example of the polish couple, how many people would be able to afford the financial expenses of keeping someone on life support for almost twenty years? Unfortunately, especially in this economy, not many people would be able to have the luxury of affording those expensive medical bills. Medicare and other federal government assistance does help out with this financial burden; however, they don't always help because most of the time their assistance is based off of your income. If you are an average middle class income family, then you are typically very limited in assistance that is received. Most of the time in marriage situations the spouse is left with the medical bills before and after the spouse passed away; that is because the medical loans are often times joint. There are a lot of families that would have chosen to keep their love one on life support longer, but due to the medical expenses of it, they made the decision to pull the plug.
In conclusion, defining brain death is indeed a controversial issue and the results of what happens to that accused brain dead individual typically rests on the family members to decide. Would this be a difficult decision for you to make if you were a family member? For most people it is; however, the ethical, moral, and legal aspects of any brain death situation to be taken in account.
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