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  • Esu Laparotomy Case Summary

    The patient was draped next. After Dr. Selo was gowned and gloved, he took four blue disposable towels and squared off the flank incision that would be incised later. The towels were then clipped together at the corners with four Backhaus perforating towel clamps. A transverse laparotomy sheet was then placed with the transverse fenestration over the incision site. The sheet was clipped by the anesthesiologist to the ivy poles at the head of the bed. And ¾ drape was the placed at the foot of the…

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  • Joseph Lister Research Paper

    Joseph Lister is a well-known biologist and the reason people survive surgery. He created a way to increase the survival rates for patients after a major surgery. Although it was more time consuming than the original way, it was worth it in the results. Joseph Lister came from an experienced educational background and added a major contribution to the biological society. His inspiration took him a long way and he created a name for himself in the biological community. Although Joseph Lister…

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  • Post Orthodontic Retainers Essay

    Problems and myths for a well sustained post-orthodontic treatment was overcome by the long-term implementation of a orthodontic retainer. Having results show the effectiveness of maintaining the stability of the repaired and modified dentition.1 However, effective results came with a price of possible failures, increased plaque and calculus accumulation, thus leading to a greater risk of negative gingival outcomes.1 Another consequence seem to appear with fixed retainers, these include,…

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  • Colostomy Case Study

    (abdominal wall). The colon is the last part of the digestive tract. It is where water is absorbed from digested food to form stool (feces). A colostomy is done to redirect stool through an opening (stoma) in the abdominal wall. You may need this surgery if you have a medical condition that prevents stool from leaving your body through the usual opening (rectum). A bag will be attached to the stoma on the outside of your body. This bag will collect the stool and waste that is redirected through…

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  • Becoming A Plastic Surgeon Essay

    knowledge of their surgery. It is very important for a plastic surgeon to make their patients fully trust and have confidence in the surgeon’s skills. If a patient does not trust you then you may lose business and the future business you may have received from recommendations. When a surgeon is not consulting with a patient he is performing surgeries or trying to find more efficient or safer ways to perform them. It is very important for a surgeon to stay up to date in the plastic surgery field.…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Personal Experience In Surgery

    would have thought of surgery first. I called one of my peers, and she agreed with my findings. A rush of excitement surged through my veins. The adult patient started streaming with tears after I explained to him there would be no need for surgery. I proceeded with an Irrigation and Debridement and added oral antibiotics, and sent the patient home. It felt good knowing I had done everything in my power to bring hope and ultimately save this man’s…

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  • Ocular Prosthesis: A Case Study

    A 2 month-old female patient underwent surgery for left eyeball enucleation due to a household accident and was referred to Araçatuba Dental School for rehabilitation with ocular prosthesis. The anophthalmic socket of the patient were examined, and an atresic cavity was observed (Fig. 1), requiring gradual increase with an acrylic expander. For this, the anophthalmic socket impression was obtained using dense silicon (Express; 3M ESPE, St. Paul, Minn, USA). The mold was inserted into a flask…

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  • Clara Maass Medical Center Observation Report

    quality, compassionate healthcare, and to improve the health and well-being of the communities it serves. The medical center serves the local community with their medical needs and emergencies. The center has several departments, including same day surgery which is where I spend most of my time. The hospital is conveniently located between several towns and cities, making it beneficial in regards to travel time. The hospital is centered between houses and apartment buildings, making it easier…

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  • Necrotizing Fasciitis: Article Analysis

    This article is about Lorin Madsen, who contracted Necrotizing fasciitis after she fell in a parking lot and skinned her arm. It discussed how many people were had to be amputated or worse killed due to this, because there was no real way to cure this infection. It usually treated with surgical excision and antibiotics, but the death rate is still to 70%. After many attempts on Lori Madsen to cure the infection her situation started to become worse until she was introduced to Dr. John Crew. He…

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  • The Boston Marathon Bombing Analysis

    videos captured by bystanders and runners the bomb doesn’t look big at all. It really just seems like a loud noise and thick cloud of white smoke surrounding everything. Jim also includes a statement from Lorraine Day, who is the Chief of Trauma surgery at San Francisco General Hospital. Lorraine says “we have smoke and bodies missing limbs, but we have no blood. That… is a physiological impossibility.” She goes on by saying “you cannot have limbs blown from bodies by explosives without having…

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