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    What are surgeons to you? Are they just a person who decided to become educated in surgery because that’s who they are or are they like a superhero that saves the day when civilians need help? Surgeons definitely remind us that we can’t do everything for ourselves, especially when our problems are medical. Surgeons don’t just ‘get the job done’, they make sure it won’t happen a second time. That’s why I want to study surgery and become a successful surgeon. There are many responsibilities in being a surgeon. For example, surgeons have to determine whether a patient needs surgery based on the results of many tests performed on the patient as well as information that should have previously been given to the surgeon. Surgeons must also have many…

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    Cardiothoracic Surgeon Cardiothoracic surgeons, one of the only jobs that it required to cut people; and, well, legally. However, only not everyone has the skills to become a surgeon. Many people aim to be surgeons, however they cannot achieve that goal due to the fact that it is extremely difficult it is to complete the schooling and training required for the job. Surgeons requires a Doctorate degree in medicine, as well as a surgical internship and residency. They require certain traits such…

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    than 20 surgeries in a month (“Career”), which leads to the fact that orthopedic surgeons are in high demand. Orthopedic surgery looks like an interesting career, which I’d like to be in, in my future. A career in orthopedic surgery takes a lot of education and training, but has many benefits. There are many different kinds of surgeons in the United States. You have general surgeons, specialty interest surgeons, and specialists in the fields of surgery (“Sports Physicians”). Thirty-two percent…

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    How Has Surgery Changed

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    Surgery is a branch of medicine that uses the manipulation of a bodily structure to diagnose, cure, and prevent a disease. And according to Ambroise Pare a great French surgeon that “performing surgery is to eliminate what is superfluous, and restore what has been dislocated, and separate that which has been unite, and join that what has been divided, and repair the defects of nature”. Humans have used their talent to learn surgical techniques after making the surgical tools, each time better…

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    is painted through hallways and doors. It represents where these elite surgeons are allowed to go, compared to the average citizen that walks in with a complaint. It separates areas where the hospital goes from being accessible to all, to only enterable by few. When one walks into a hospital there are many aspects to notice. There are families who have been waiting hours hopeful hear good news and other people who are just waiting to see what is wrong with them. However, many people fail to…

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    God damn! My stupid googles fogged up again. I reached up to my face to clean the thin piece of plastic protecting my eyes. Did I put these on wrong? No one else seems to have this problem… “Hey student. Get up here and watch this,” beckoned one of the surgeons. My body jolted as I was unexpectedly called upon and I quickly walked toward my mentor, but I also made sure that I kept enough distance to not interfere with the “sterile environment” surrounding the patient. The surgeon who had…

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    Sketching arts and Surgery sound as two different worlds, but in reality they share many details. For an artist to draw, we must pay extra attention to any little details, which is what I do whenever I hold my pencil to draw. Similarly, surgeons have no room for any slight error because any small mistake could cost the life of our patients. I tend to think of them as one entity and this is why I see surgery as my passion. Growing up in Saudi Arabia in a small conservative city puts any girl into…

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    Surgical Technician Essay

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    The list contains information such as the surgeon being left or right handed. It is the technician’s job to make sure he or she has prepared the correct surgical instruments. Once the surgical tools are sterile and transported into the operating room the surgical tech is responsible for arranging them in the correct order. Items missing from the surgical table falls back on the surgical technologist and can delay the surgery. Once all surgical tools are in the correct place all surgical techs…

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    marks a milestone for biotechnology nationwide in Kazakhstan. New information has also been released on the number of robotic surgeon models are active in NHS hospitals in the UK. To be fair, PCI is a non-surgical procedure; doctors go through the bloodstream via either the forearm or the groin to widen coronary arteries that are otherwise constricting. It’s…

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    general surgery at the University of Pittsburgh. As you may know, when patients of all ages are sent into the operating room there are some concerns that he or she may not make it back alive. “…we practice on the very patients that we are delivering care to.” (Weinstock, 2016, 3:35). Which is why Peter Weinstock and a team of specialists work together to create simulations that will better prepare the surgeon and his assistants before the…

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