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Name: Surgical infections
Orthopaedic surgeons are wary of patients with neuromuscular (NM) diseases as a result of perceived poor outcomes and lack of data regarding complication risks. We determined the prevalence of patient...
It has never been more important for surgeons to effectively and efficiently perform ventral hernia repairs, which optimize outcomes and the value of care. Surgical patients in the United States are b...
Pelvic angiography with transcatheter arterial embolization (TAE) is an established intervention for management of pelvic arterial hemorrhage. This study analyzes complication rates after angiography ...
During the past decade of conflict, numerous casualties sustained injuries requiring the formation of an ostomy. However, outcomes in those casualties undergoing ostomy reversal have yet to be analyze...
The challenges that characterise surgical practice may result in a myriad of stressors that impact upon the personal and professional lives of surgeons. This includes a high likelihood tha...
Traditionally, many gynecologic surgeons have asked patients to perform a cleansing enema the night before a vaginal surgery done to repair pelvic organ prolapse (dropped bladder, dropped ...
Thyroidectomy is a frequently performed surgeon by the head and neck and endocrine surgeons. In recent years, surgical techniques and technological developments have resulted in a signific...
Arthroscopic hip surgery is performed with traction on the leg to allow the surgeon to perform the surgical procedure. A retrospective study has described neuropraxia, ankle joint pain and...
This study is designed to evaluate the information provided to the clinicians by the surgical imaging device. It is also to gain insight on the user interface and how "user friendly" it is...
The ability to learn and to deal with new situations and to deal effectively with tasks involving abstractions.
Complications that affect patients during surgery. They may or may not be associated with the disease for which the surgery is done, or within the same surgical procedure.
In the late Middle Ages barbers who also let blood, sold unguents, pulled teeth, applied cups, and gave enemas. They generally had the right to practice surgery. They began to acquire importance about 1100, when the monks, who required the barber's services for the tonsure, also had recourse to them for blood-letting, a practice required by ecclesiastic law. By the 18th century barbers continued to practice minor surgery and dentistry and many famous surgeons acquired their skill in the shops of barbers. (From Castiglioni, A History of Medicine, 2d ed, pp402, 568, 658)
Medical practitioners qualified to practice surgery.
Physicians specializing in medical, surgical, and physical methods used to treat and correct deformities, diseases, and injuries to the skeletal system, its articulations, and associated structures.