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    Role of Robotic Surgery in Spinal Trauma The use of robotic surgery in orthopaedics has been one of the recent advancements in the clinical practice, and it has showed good short-term results1. It has the advantage that it helps in the translation of pre-operative planning to intra-operative steps, thereby increasing the precision and accuracy with enhanced execution of surgery2. Lack of direct visibility of the anatomical structures in spine surgery makes the use of robotic surgery in this field

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    heart surgery. This is a highly invasive surgery that could take a very long time to recover from. This was once an irrefutable fact; however, this is no longer true. Due to recent advances in medical technology a once long recovery period has now been replaced by a much shorter one thanks to the assistance of robots. Occupations such as a surgeon, are now rapidly embracing the use of robots, such as the Da Vinci, to decrease the invasiveness of a once dehabilitating surgery. Robotic surgery, in

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    Laparoscopic Surgery

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    technology has greatly improved, especially in the area of laparoscopic surgery, which has helped to decrease recovery time in women’s health, pediatric and abdominal emergency surgeries. II. Laparoscopic surgery has establish itself a top preferred procedure for many different surgeries rather it be diagnostic or therapeutic. • Since laparoscopy has emerged in late 1980’s, laparoscopy surgery is known as minimal invasive surgery. The procedures are done with small incisions about a half an inch where

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    A Career in Surgery

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    specialize and have certain qualities to be able to do the job that they do. Pediatric surgery is a career that requires years of studying and experience, but is a career that is rewarded by earning an above average salary, saving many children’s lives daily, and knowing that they are making a difference in the world. Surgeons are a special type physicians who have gone to school longer and who perform operations and surgeries as their main specialty (Ferguson 28). Surgeons mainly work in hospitals, but

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    Optometric Surgery

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    Doctor Network, fifty-six percent of voters voted “absolutely No” to allowing Optometrists to conduct surgeries. These voters were M.D’s, D.O’s, or current medical students. In the United States, surgery is currently not apart of the average optometrist’s job description (Bureau of Labor Statistics). Although access to surgical procedures may increase, optometrists should not be allowed to perform surgery because they are inexperienced with modern surgical procedures, patients may not even understand

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    The History of Surgery

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    The History of Surgery Trepanation was one of the earliest forms of surgery and was common practice in prehistoric times. It involved drilling a small hole in the head to release evil spirits trapped inside the body that were supposedly causing the patient ill health. Although skulls that have survived from the prehistoric age show signs that some people survived after trepanation, many people would have died after having this operation from infection or even the pain of it. In the Middle

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    surgery on amputations

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    Amputation is a surgery to remove a limb or part of a limb. Amputation can also happen as an accident, which is called a traumatic amputation. Who is a candidate for the procedure? Amputation is most often used for one of four conditions: · gangrene, which is a severe limb infection with death of tissue · lack of enough blood flow through the arteries that supply blood and oxygen to the affected limb · severe trauma or injury of a limb · cancer or a tumor involving a limb Amputation has serious emotional

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    Anesthesiologists and Surgery

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    People have elective surgeries as well as emergency surgeries every day. The medication needed for these surgeries is administered by an anesthesiologist. Anesthesiologists must make sure that their patient gets the proper care they need for pain management. Anesthesiology is one of the highest paying jobs on the market. Accordingly, the schooling needed to become this highly trained doctor requires a lengthy time investment. On average, a student has to be in school eleven years to fulfill an anesthesiology

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    Lasers in Surgery

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    Lasers in Surgery Abstract: The laser is gaining increasing popularity in the medical field because of its broad application, efficiency, and improvement in overall ease of the procedures in which it is used.. The laser can treat an enormous range of ailments. The chronic nighttime snorer can give those around him relief by a simple procedure with the laser. In dermatology, the laser can be used for removing moles, tattoos, birthmarks, treating wrinkles, and possibly destroying skin cancer

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    Plastic Surgery

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    combination of insecurity, exercise, bulimia and surgery” (G. B. Trudeau). This quote could not be more unfortunate but more accurate about today’s society. Women, and even men, today, feel the need and desire to undergo extremely delicate and dangerous procedures, just to “fit in” to this society. It is disgusting that we have established what a perfect woman should be, and women everywhere are undergoing major surgery to achieve this look. The surgery procedure I will be focusing on is a facelift

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