Can Surgery Pass The MCU If Ever?
I am 18 years old, I have had breast tumor surgery on the left, not long ago around 3 months ago, do I still have a chance to be able to work dipt? the problem is that I am going to take a dipt test next month but there is a medical test, I’m afraid because I have had surgery. I have been operating 3 months ago but sometimes it still feels painful too, does it need to be checked by a doctor? beg for a solution and reply. thank you 🙂
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Medical examination medical check-up is a series of basic examinations to determine a person's general medical condition, and to detect if there are signs of an illness, and also so that early treatment can be done. In the entrance selection, some companies usually include medical tests as one of the requirements for work, in order to ensure that workers who are accepted can do their jobs well.
Basic medical check-ups usually include:
A brief interview, regarding the symptoms experienced at this time, a history of previous illnesses, a history of treatment, and a family history of the disease. Physical examination, including a basic head to toe examination (from head to toe) with the principles of: seeing (inspection), palpating, tapping (percussion), and listening using a stethoscope (auscultation) Examination of nutritional status, including weight and height , and examination of vital signs including blood pressure, pulse, breathing, and temperature Additional examinations for each part, such as visual examination (sharpness-vision, color blindness), ENT examination, teeth and mouth, examination of the heart and lungs (x -ray and ECG), abdominal ultrasound Laboratory tests of blood, urine and feces However, depending on the request of each institution, the basic examination can be reduced or added as needed. Likewise for the same institution, different job positions and job descriptions also require different levels of health. For example, for someone with color blindness, it is not usually possible to be a technician in the field, but it may still be given the opportunity to work in the secretarial or administrative department.
Especially for breast tumor surgery, after surgery will usually leave a surgical scar (scar) which will be considered for work that focuses on appearance and cosmetic problems, but the scar does not normally interfere with motor or cognitive activity so for public works, such as lecturers, employees, managerial , etc. should not be a special obstacle. In addition, it is necessary to consider the history of the tumor, whether the tumor is benign or malignant, how it is likely to reappear, etc.
Therefore, from the results of the doctor's health examination will write the conclusions and general conditions of the individual according to the actual conditions to the requesting institution, but the decision whether to accept or reject is the right and authority of each institution, not the right of the examining doctor.
Thus, hopefully can help