A staff or rod wrapped in a snake's coils. The Rod of Aesculapius (also known as Asklepios), the ancient legendary deity of medicine, is depicted here. Asklepios could have been a real figure known for his gentle cures and compassionate treatment of the mentally ill. The Aesculapius staff is still a popular medical symbol today.
2. What is Medical Symbol
Although you may not look forward to your annual doctor's appointment, it is an important aspect of your overall health. Your doctor is aware of this and uses that time to check for any symptoms or signs of a health condition, catching them early enough to intervene.
Annual physical examinations can detect excessive blood pressure, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV/AIDS, and high cholesterol. They're also helpful for remembering your vaccine regimen. The most crucial function of a yearly doctor's appointment, however, is to screen for a range of malignancies, many of which are easier to treat—and have better survival odds—if caught early.
3. How to Use Medical Symbol
Here supports to use and create your symbols with ease, you need to follow the steps below:
Step 1: Open this symbol template, since there are many symbols for your reference, you can open one symbol template from template community, or try to make yours in EdrawMax;
Step 2: The symbols you use will appear in the left panel in "Your Symbol Libraries", and you can choose whatever you like to add in your design;
Step 3: Once finish your creation, the symbols and icons will be saved in your symbol libraries, and you can use them whenever you want.