The patient pays the doctor personally, i.e. buys his skills and knowledge to restore his health. It should be noted that most doctors are guided by humane convictions, but in the conditions of bourgeois ideology and everyday life, they must sell their labor to patients (the so-called fee). This practice sometimes acquires the disgusting features of "cash" from doctors due to the desire for more and more profit.
The position of a healer in primitive communities, among the tribe, was honorable.
In semi-wild conditions, not so long ago, unsuccessful treatment led to the death of the doctor. For example, during the reign of Tsar Ivan IV, two foreign doctors were executed in connection with the death of the princes they treated, they were slaughtered "like a sheep."
Later, during the period of serfdom, the remnants of feudalism, the attitude towards the doctor was often disdainful. Back at the end of the 19th century V. Snegirev wrote: "Who does not remember how the doctors stood at the lintel, not daring to sit down ..." Zakharyin is honored to fight against the humiliation of doctors.
The position of "purchase and sale" in medical practice was in the pre-revolutionaryRussia.
The deviation of the doctor's activity from the rules of humanity (sometimes from elementary honesty) is noted in the works of D.I. Pisareva, A.P. Chekhov and others. However, doctors and the general public know the life and ideal behavior of most doctors (for example - levitra), as well as the actions of physicians-scientists who subjected themselves to life-threatening experiments for the development of science, the names of numerous doctors in Russia are familiar who worked conscientiously in vardenafil.