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  • Reflection: Anaesthetic And Surgery In The General Theatre

    My reflection focuses on the role I took as an ODP student at the pre-operative checks on admission unit, anaesthetic and surgery in the general theatre. For purposes of completing this assignment, I will refer to the patient that journeyed to the theatre for lobectomy thorascospic (a surgical procedureto remove one of the lobes of the lungs to check for any disease) operations as Mrs. A for the purpose of confidentiality. The reflection is presented based on Gibb 's Reflective Cycle (Gibbs, 1988). The reflective cycle comprises of five stages and these include the description, the feelings, the evaluation, conclusions, and the action. Under the description, the paper will focus on information as it relates to my experience as a student…

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  • Theme Of Beauty And Morality In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

    The following paper will discuss matters of beauty and morality. Different meanings of beauty exist in present society, however the term is most popularly associated with physical characteristics. Physical characteristics include both aspects of behaviour and form and are deemed beautiful when perceived as appealing by others. Morality is the ability for individuals to think rationally and decipher between what is right and wrong. In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Shelley wrestles with themes of…

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  • Career As A Neonatal Surgeon

    Career and College Research Paper A neonatal surgeon is a specialized pediatric surgeon. The career in general is very difficult, there are many little things that have to be done. The job pays well and is expected to go up in the future. It also requires a lot of character. College is a very big thing the have to go through, such as classes, programs, and trainings. I have a lot of goals to conquer and it will be rough but I will get through it. It is important to understand the education or…

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  • The Careers Of Surgeons

    Surgeons are on call when the hospital needs them. It means when your shift is over and you’re relaxing at home, suddenly you get a call because you are needed for his/her assistance or need to operate on someone. Surgeons work a lot of hours. According to “General Surgery Residency Program,” “all residents have an 80 hour shift per week.” There are sleeping facilities that the hospital provides for the surgeons so they can stay and sleep. 8. In a hospital there are many health hazards.…

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  • Tummy Surgery Essay

    and weight problems. These suggestions are not working to the extent needed and we are noticing a daily increase in the number of people with these problems. Tummy tucks plastic surgeons are suggesting these people to undergo tummy tuck surgery for the future health benefits. Tummy tuck plastic surgeons are expert surgeons and extremely capable…

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  • Legal And Ethical Aspects Of Plastic Surgery

    The Legal and Ethical Aspects of Plastic Surgery When you hear the word Plastic Surgery, many thoughts and emotions go through your brain. There are some people who are so opposed to it because they don’t have all the facts as to what it is. Plastic Surgery has two branches, cosmetic surgery and reconstructive plastic surgery. Cosmetic surgery main goal is to improve the anesthetic appearance of a person and reconstruction surgery is to help improve the function and try to ensure normal…

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  • Reconstructive Surgery In Plastic Surgery

    Reconstructive Surgery is a branch of plastic surgery that can be defined as the restoration of malfunctioning organs or body parts to their normal function and appearance. The majority of the time, these defective body parts are congenital, while other times they are due to trauma such as injuries or burns. Either case can be difficult to live with owing to the fact that it may interfere with normal, everyday tasks or cause a person to be self-conscious thus limiting their social abilities.…

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  • Plastic Surgery Affecting Teenagers Essay

    How does plastic surgery currently affects teenagers? Plastic surgery is a branch of surgery concerned with the repair, restoration, or improvement of lost, injured, defective, or misshapen parts of the body chiefly by transfer of tissue (Merriam Webster). Teenagers in general when they start to consider plastic surgery they have different motives than adults. They perform this surgery to improve their physical appearance because they feel unsatisfied with themselves. So, teens undergo…

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  • Spinal Fusion Research Paper

    Spinal fusion is a serious surgery to think about. There are many things to think about like after having surgery you won’t be able to eat or drink for at least two to three days and you’ll be sleeping all the time. There’s going to be a lot of pain. You’ll be doing your normal activities differently. I was in middle school when I had spinal fusion. The day of the surgery I was nervous/ excited. It was awesome watching the nurses put the IVs in my arms and hands. Spinal fusion is a thing to…

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  • The Four Phases Of General Anesthesia

    Phases Of General Anesthesia Daniel Saulog San Joaquin Valley College Abstract In order for a patient to undergo a controlled and reversible loss of consciousness during surgery, it’s necessary for them to go through all four phases of general anesthesia. The induction phase is important to get things started, because it’s when the patient losses consciousness with the aid of anesthetic agents. After that the maintenance phase occurs, which is a very dynamic phase in regards to the…

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