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Clementine Young Nov 25
Early in I was told not to choose unless the OR was my favorite place in the world. I think that was bad advice. When I'm working, the OR is my absolute favorite place. When I'm home, snuggling my babies is heavenly. we get to be surgeons AND people.
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Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia Nov 24
Neurological outcomes of protection in aortic arch depend on: cerebral temperature, circulatory arrest time, cerebral perfusion during circulatory arrest. Optimal strategy relies on comprehensive monitoring & well-executed techniques.
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❄️ Frozen, DO ❄️ Nov 25
Replying to @countsonstarss
Bruhhhhh we are so nice! I told a family med resident not to work too hard this morning because work isn’t life! 😂😂
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Tyler Cove 3h
Tyler slept well and has woken up in a good mood mostly. Bruising worse around his eye but this was to be expected. Still managing to flash that amazing smile in spite of everything else ❤️
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Craig Lyness Nov 25
Useful summary of increasingly common scenario
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Revati Bhalerao Nov 22
MBBS + BDS = BAMS 🔥🔥😎😎 Now the surgery field belongs to the real "Surgeons"... Congratulations🎉🎉 mitron.... 🔥
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Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia Nov 20
in Cardiac 3/3 Strongly recommend against using methylene blue for other purposes than a rescue therapy.
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Prof John Timperley Nov 24
Robin Ling inserted the first Exeter Hip this week 50 years ago and a philosophy of implant fixation was born. Stryker’s Exeter hip stem turns 50 | Stryker
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Terri Me3 14h
From this day on I will NEVER consent to ANY surgery that doesn't fully support & offer proper ! don't care what the is for! Everyone NEEDS to stand up & this!
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Mohamed Hamdy Nov 18
We are here to fix your heart
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Greg Semon Nov 20
First round of residency interviews this week. Already received 3 emails from interviewees thanking me for asking them about how they would manage a FTM patient with RLQ pain. Simple things show a program’s commitment to diversity. 🏳️‍🌈
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Dr Ajay Nimbalkar Nov 21
1. Sister in front of junior resident. 2. Sister in front of consultant in OT/wards.
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ETZ In-Hospital 3D Lab Nov 21
Yesterday, our vascular surgeons used the EV system and an in-house printed for a very interesting surgery. Innovations used at its best!
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Barbara Ebel, MD Nov 21
It’s just another normal week at Amour Cosmetic Surgery Center. Or is it? Right now, is the best escapism. Do it with this !
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SkillsClubRIE Nov 18
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GO Girls Nov 19
ESGO encourages centres across Europe to get certified and to raise standards of care in Advanced Ovarian Cancer Surgery - great to see increased commitment to improvements
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Service Dog Project Nov 18
Hip surgery was more extensive than planned, so recovery is taking longer too. Martina, , keeps watch over Elijah & stays right next to him in case he needs her.
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Ced Nov 19
Every hour counts hahaha
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ETZ In-Hospital 3D Lab Nov 20
Last week, our fixed a complex pelvic fracture by using a 1:1 in-house printed of the fracture. It was very useful for insight in the 3D position of the fracture and for measuring distance of and between fragments!
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Global Children's NCDs Nov 25
🎉 Today we would like to thank all our operational team members for all their hard work on the various areas of our study to keep it running efficiently. Thank you 😊
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