Jeftronic is a site with medical information aimed at increasing patients’ understanding of health sciences. It is not meant to replace their doctor’s opinion in any case and should not be used for self-diagnosis and treatment. Jeftronic is not a substitute for a private consultation with a doctor and is only intended for informational and educational purposes.
Keep in mind that medicine is a complex science. As such, it does not apply the same to one individual and the other. Medical knowledge has to be personalized for each patient and their conditions. So, concepts and descriptions you find on this site may seem familiar and sound similar to what you need or are experiencing, but that may not be the case, and only a skilled professional will be able to see the difference.
Many readers come to Jeftronic with the intent of clearing their doubts about signs, symptoms, and diseases. That’s one of the primary purposes of the site. But if you want to apply that knowledge and know how it affects you personally and what to do about it, the best idea is to talk to your doctor about your concerns.
Reader discretion is also advised if you feel disgusted by medical images or find them perturbing or offensive. In some articles, you may find pictures about procedures and discussions about the human body or sex that may not be appropriate for all users. We encourage you to stop using the site if that is your case and explore the site with your children, especially on sensitive topics such as sexually transmitted diseases.
Remember that after reading contents posted on Jeftronic, you will be assuming full responsibility for the use you give to the information. Thus, Jeftronic is not to be made responsible for any loss or damage caused by misuse of the information, especially when such use is beyond the educational purpose mentioned above.
It is also important to note that information in Jeftronic is written by healthcare professionals. They try to maintain the information updated and as accurate as possible. However, despite good faith, we cannot warrant complete accuracy. Thus, if you want to confirm the information laid down in an article, the best idea would be to talk to your doctor about it and ask any questions you may have.
If you are a non-diagnosed patient and have a health concern, it is fundamental to talk to your doctor about them. If you’re a diagnosed patient, do not disregard any information your doctor gave if they do not match what you read on this site. If you’re a healthcare professional, remember to use your own judgment at all times when working with your patients and to use the protocols from official sources, textbooks, and medical journals before jumping to any conclusions based on information found on this site.
By making use of this site as it is intended, you will avoid misconceptions and reach the true educational aim of this site without self-diagnosing or self-treating diseases.