My model, based on the Principle of Avoiding Surprises, also gives physicians a guide to what they should tell their patients about treatment options: a physician is obligated to inform his patient about each rational treatment
alternative, and to inform her in a way that ensures she will encounter as few unsurprising surprises as possible, regardless of which option she chooses.
Senior doctors who belong to the Campaign For Effective and Rational Treatment
have reported that they are daily having to tell patients without the cash that they cannot have the best treatment.
Heal claims that by using the dialogue form in the Investigations, Wittgenstein is "not setting himself against the tradition which takes Philosophy to require a discursively rational treatment
of its topics," but is rather, through dialogue, providing the reader with another "rational route" to a better "insight into how things are" (p.
Some of the combinations of topics packaged on a single CD seem conceptually linked, such as "Pain Management" and "Rational Treatment
of Anxiety and Depression." Other combinations of topics ate less related, such as "The Red Eye--Differential Dx and Rx," and "Evaluation of Dementia."
This nine disc series covers topics such as: Rational Treatment
of Anxiety and Depression, Pain Management, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Drug Use in the Elderly, Male Impotence, Diabetes Mellitus, The Importance of Indoor Allergens in Asthma, Evaluation of Hoarseness and Stridor, Therapy of Hypertension, Vision Loss and Vision Aberrations, Lipids and Coronary Artery Disease, and many other important and timely issues.
As our understanding of MS increases, and as biomedical research and drug development technologies become more sophisticated, the number of rational treatment
possibilities has increased markedly.
Through using Anafranil, I became convinced that getting rid of these symptoms as quickly as possible is the only rational treatment
for my patients."
For more than a year the Mortgage Bankers Association has tried to persuade first Congress, then the FDIC, to adopt a rational treatment
for federal deposit insurance coverage as it relates to principal and interest (P&I) custodial accounts.
As an example of fast and rational treatment
the silo of the Kaffeelagerei (N.H.L.