Medicine is a scientific field of interest to the health and well-being of living beings, first to human health and then to animal health. The word medicine comes from Latin and means remedium, and the term ars medicine is used as an art of healing.
It is based on two principles: theoretical research and practical, or often called clinical, principles.
The theoretical and research principle will enable a specific area, disease, congenital defect or condition to be defined, studied in detail and sent to conclusions after the tests have been performed. Concluded medical theory is most often put into practical form through various educational processes, which will lead to the ultimate goal – to improve the health of living forms on which this theory will be applied.
All of the above makes medicine a combination of the scientific and the practical, because in addition to the theoretical basis, there are a number of techniques, products, procedures, plans and other definitions in medicine that are most capable of keeping life healthy or re-making it if it is not.