A working mother with a sick child needs an urgent help. Does this strike a chord?

What does she do? Rush to consult a family doctor, go to hospital and wait for hours in the A&E or ER or ask a nurse in walk-in clinic?.

Common diseases commonly occur, rare diseases rarely happen but we neglected these so-called "Minor Ailments". Symptoms of common disease are under-researched, little understood and managed with uncertainty and often-using common sense.

Views of the common diseases as seen in primary care vary and depends on the primary care physician or nurses experience of interpreting clinical signs and symptoms. Delay in diagnosis or offering the correct treatment result in complications, escalating cost and even death.

According to World Medical Association Declaration state; A physician must have complete clinical independence in deciding upon the care of a person for whom he or she is medically responsible. The physician's fundamental role is to alleviate the distress of his or her fellow human beings, and no motive, whether personal, collective or political, shall prevail against this higher purpose.

Unfortunately, doctors do not have the clinical independence to stop unethical or sub-standers medical practice offered by healthcare providers. More administrators, more bureaucracy, tight budgets, over enthusiastic urge to investigate, perform test and hospitalisation and abusing antibiotics are not the stuff of great healthcare provision.

Humanity is now facing a mortal enemy that surpasses our own Intelligence. A tiny microorganism that has indeed, brought us to our knees. It has learned from us, adapted to us, and now exploits our genetic vulnerability, with lethal precision.

By not guarding the Antibiotics as custodians, doctors allowed greedy entrepreneurs use antibiotics to fatten chicken and treat animals, we have now lost the most valuable drug that helped us fight infections and save millions of people. A post-antibiotic era - in which common infections and minor injuries can kill - far from being an apocalyptic fantasy, is instead a very real possibility for the 21st century.

Yet the death toll mounts, while our greed, addiction toward, over enthusiastic urge to encourage consultations, performs tests, procedures, hospitalisation and antibiotic abuse is escalating at, alarming rates.

This is why we have resolved to create a solution a model that allow doctors and patients communicate using advances in technology and offer the best advice and service throughout the world.

After several years planning and research, we compiled a list of common symptoms that make people anxious to consult doctors. We found, more than 70% of patients consulting a doctor as emergency did not have serious illness that required clinical examination, tests or referred to specialist in hospital.

MINOR ILLNESS

It has not been easy for doctors to differentiate minor from serious illness. Since 2006 nurses working in the NHS(UK) with no formal medical school training are clinically examining, diagnosing, advice and prescribing treatment. The result of this callous attitude is very evident. We have meticulously collected data and identified combinations of symptoms that can be safely managed by nurse or chemist. If you are not happy or you do not have nurse-led practice, walk in clinic or nurse triage service, please speak to a doctor

MODERATE ILLNESS

Must be seen by A Doctor who may clinical examine, perform tests or investigation. Patients with the combination of some symptoms must not be examined, advised or treated by people who have not received formal medical school training. Delay in diagnosis and treatment may result in minor, serious complication or death.

SERIOUS ILLNESS

Must be treated as an Emergency by a specialist in a hospital and not managed at home by family doctors, nurses or chemist.

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