With the help of well trained and experienced doctors and of course modern technology, health care in today’s hospitals has increased a lot, especially in cases like schizophrenia. With the constant and proper use of antipsychotic medicine doctors are now able to significantly reduce the time that patients spend on hospital beds. Still for more severe cases must be constantly and intensively managed under proper care and observation in hospitals. In the time of hospitalization doctors can check patients thoroughly in order to give a good treatment, they can reevaluate the state of a patient and change the current treatment, or as in the case of patients who have stopped medicating, reintroducing the proper usage of drugs. The time needed for this adjustments in treatment are quite minor, so the patient can spend the least amount of time possible in hospitals. If signs of improvement are not seen after a correct amount of time, hospitalization would be necessary for a longer period of time.
Today’s hospitals are in such a way conceived that patient interaction is possible. This way people can wonder around different wards and talk to a large number of patients and medical staff. Still, just walking out of the hospital without proper discharge papers is not possible. To ensure the best safety to both patients and medical staff, more violent and chaotic patients will be restrained and calmed down using the proper medication. Because of the way treatments are conceived and also because of the efficiency of the drugs, such chaotic patients are rarely seen and if so the state of agitation which the go through is very short.
Hospitals are very well prepared these days to properly fight many of the known diseases and disorders. In the case of schizophrenia they offer psychiatric consultations with specially trained psychologists, and group psychotherapy. Individual psychiatric consultations gives the doctor a chance to properly assess the state of the ill person and to correctly chose the best of treatments. Patients have also the opportunity to speak directly with the doctor and decide on the best action that