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    conduct this operation successfully consisted of: a team of seven pediatric anesthesiologists, five neurosurgeons, two cardiac surgeons, five plastic surgeons and an array of nurses and technicians (a total of 50 people in the operating room) For several months, he got together a team of doctors and nurses and rehearsed the operation. Ben Carson said in his interview,” during the surgery, Ben Carson offered to allow his boss to make the crucial cut at the vein that conjoined the twins. Ben said…

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    an echocardiogram. Although, if it hadn't caused any issues previously, the abnormality was likely nothing. An echocardiogram is a sonogram which explores the systems of the heart. Pictures and short videos are taken to aide in the diagnosis of cardiac abnormalities. Because I was under 18, we had to go to Quinter, the only town that employed a pediatric certified technician in western Kansas. One weekend, my mother and I drove an hour and half to the dingy hospital. The indecorous building…

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    argument is that robotic surgery is more precise, which reduces rick, incision and shortens recovery. Upon, searching for information in the library data bases, I found it useful to use keywords such as, “Robots and Surgery.” When I typed these two words in the search engine it made it easier, as it provided me with a lists of different…

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    reduction in arterial blood pressure contributes to reduced surgical blood loss. Regional analgesia may also result in reduced postoperative nausea and vomiting, less respiratory and cardiac depression, and decreased risks of thrombo-embolisms27-29. Regional anesthesia has the advantage of blunting stress response in surgery and decreasing morbidity and mortality in high risk surgical patients30 -31. Regional analgesia…

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    .Diseases of the Diaphragm Ultrasound examination of the diaphragm is difficult and, under normal conditions, is made through the abdomen. For this reason the left diaphragm is more difficult to assess, because the stomach, containing air, prevents the transmission of the ultrasound beam Diaphragm defects, either congenital, traumatic or hernias, are difficult ultrasound evaluation.Viewing is enhanced when associated with pleural effusion, since the fluid acts as an acoustic window…

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    interested in this career path because I have always wanted to have a career pertaining to surgery, and cardiothoracic surgery captivates me. I first knew about cardio thoracic surgery when I was watching Grey’s Anatomy, and yes I know that Grey’s Anatomy is not real, but I did more research on the topic and became fascinated with the idea of becoming a cardiothoracic surgeon. Let me tell you all about cardiothoracic surgery in this essay. The necessary skills for the job are as follows; you…

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    normal blood sugar levels of the diabetic patients who undergoes surgery, it is possible to prevent the SSI (Al-Zaru, Ammouri, Al-Hassan, & Amr, 2009). Reason for Attention The rate of surgical site infection (SSI) serves as a performance measure of a hospital. It reflects the quality and the standard of health care delivered to the patients. Hence, to compare the…

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    Anesthesiologist’s Role in Medicine In the complex field of medicine, different professions specialize in a variety of procedures, but one of the most important fields in medicine is Anesthesiology. Anesthesiology is the study of anesthetics to be used in a medical procedure. Even though this branch of medicine is primarily occupied by nurse anesthetists, the doctors who specialize in this certain field are anesthesiologists. Without the anesthesiologist many operational procedures would be too…

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    Falling at number eight on the thirteen steps of complexity are organ systems. These organ systems are extremely important in the makeup of organisms. Two very important organ systems are the muscular and nervous systems. Both have separate functions and organs and also have their own fair share of problems. The muscular system composes of the tissues and organs that are used to exert a force, whether under voluntary or involuntary control. Muscles are composed of long, slender cells called…

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    Surgeons spend many years in school working to become the absolute best that they can be so that they may have the opportunity to better the lives of others. To incorporate a robot into surgery, that surgeon would have to go back through extensive training to learn how to use these machines. The surgeries then take longer to perform due to the lack of experience of the operator with the machinery, and the cost is much higher than if the perfectly capable doctor were to operate on the patient…

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