Medical professionals who diagnose dry cough have been asked to rate the quality of their work on a scale of 0 to 100, with 0 being the worst, and 100 being the best.
Dry cough is a potentially serious condition which can cause coughing up blood, and a doctor is obliged to be on hand to make sure patients receive the best possible care.
A doctor who scores 0 out of 100 will not have to take the job seriously, but if they score 100 or more, the job is likely to go ahead.
The doctor may also have to attend funerals and funerals are where the most cases occur.
In the case of deaths from dry cough, a coroner can order a doctor to perform an autopsy and will then be expected to report the results to the Medical Council.
This could mean that the doctor could face a fine of up to £1,000, or even prison.
According to the Drysdale Hospital in Dorset, which runs a dry cough clinic, the average patient who tests positive to dry cough costs the NHS about £200.
We also don’t see patients who have milder cases, so that means there are more mild cases that go undetected.” “
We don’t have a very high incidence of dry cough.”
We also don’t see patients who have milder cases, so that means there are more mild cases that go undetected.
“In total, there are around 600,000 dry cough cases diagnosed in the UK each year, and there are over 100,000 patients who are waiting for treatment.
As a result, there is a shortage of qualified doctors who can diagnose dry coulters.
He added: “There are more dry cases than mild cases, which means there is more potential for patients to have a worse outcome.””
When you look at a doctor’s performance, it should be at 100 or better, which is really high,” said Dr Tully.
He added: “There are more dry cases than mild cases, which means there is more potential for patients to have a worse outcome.”
If you have dry couls, there’s a chance you’ll go to a GP.