The Possibility Of Escaping Work Abroad With A History Of Fractures?
I want to ask, I have broken a bone in my right hand and removed the pen and for activities as usual it is okay for lifting 50 kg cement loads it is common, I plan to go to Japan if I have broken a bone there like I am safe or not from the air there
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Please note in advance, exactly when did you experience a fracture? When was the last time you took control of the fracture to the doctor? How was it last time? Is there any further treatment that the doctor recommends?
Fracture healing can take different times, depending on the type of fracture, which part of the bone was broken, the patient's age at the time of the fracture, what kind of treatment was given, and also the patient's body responsiveness to the treatment. The healing time can vary, it can be months, or even years.
Unfortunately, you did not explain in detail what kind of fracture you had before, and how your current bone condition is based on the doctor's examination. Therefore, we are not authorized to judge whether it is safe for you to do strenuous activities (including lifting 50 kg of cement) as people in general, or not.
Regarding your question, namely regarding the possibility of you qualifying for work in Japan, of course each country has different policies regarding this matter. It does not only depend on the country, each labor recruiting institution or agency must also have different standards regarding the eligibility of its workers. Therefore, it is much more appropriate for you to inquire about this directly with the official in charge of the country you wish to go to, and the institution or agency you wish to work with. The possibility, whether it is safe or not you work in Japan is not influenced by the air conditions, but by the type of work or activities that you will do later in that country. Alternatively, you can confirm this directly with the orthopedic surgeon who treated you before.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah