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THE JOURNAL OF SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY MEDICINE - Volume 7 Issue 1-2, January - June 2020

Pages: 20-28
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Author: Dr. Pintea Nicoleta Ancuta

Category: Medical


The assesment of the health status of the students and foreign students in the student and school offices requires a comprehensive approach, includes the recording of patient data, pathological and personal history, the history of vaccinations performed prior to entering the Romania, requesting medical documents regarding the health status of the holther, issued in the country of origin, conducting the objective clinical examination on devices and systems, recording the clinical parameters, assessing the risk for public health, summarizing the examiners’findings regarding the health status of the evaluated ones, recommendations as appropiate of serological tests for the endagered diseases public health, recommendations as appropiate for specialist consultation, possibly treatment indications (within thw competence of evaluators).

The assesment of the health status of foreign students and students and the formulation of the conclusions will have to respect the Patients’Rights, the European Directives, The Deontological Code of the doctor and the medical assistant as well as the law of medical malpractice.

Keywords: assessment of the health status, foreign students and student, residence permit


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