Explanation Of MCU Results In The Lungs?
Hello. I want to ask. Yesterday when I arrived at the hospital Bhayangkara, I was told that there was lung thickening. After that I was treated at the solo jajar lung hospital. The doctor said there was a scar on the lung that couldn’t be cleaned from the lungs. ” And the doctor said there were no symptoms of any disease. I asked why the hospital bhayangkara unfit me even though there were no symptoms of any disease
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. MCU tests conducted by each company have different objectives. Some are just formalities, some are indeed needed completely, some are just a glance, some are focused on drugs, and much more. The point is if an agency asks you to do a health test, it means that there are certain components of your health that they want to see. But exactly what is, the one who knows the most is each of these agencies.
So regarding your question, to be honest we are not in the capacity to determine the reasons why you are called unfit or unfit, because each agency would have its own standards. For example, having nearsightedness or minus eyes may not be a problem in most professions, it might still be said to be fit. But in some other professions, it is important not to have farsighted eyes, so that it will be said to be unfit. This is solely because indeed every place has its own standards.
In addition, the MCU is usually a general practitioner. So if you are said to be unfit, even though the pulmonary doctor is said to be fit, this difference of opinion could have occurred because of differences in the backgrounds of the two doctors. In responding to this, you can ask directly to the relevant parties in your agency, what is the policy if what is said to be unfit, is proven to be fit by an examination by a specialist. So, hopefully answering your question.