Sunday, October 4, 2009

SurgeXperiences 307

Welcome to the October 4, 2009 edition of SurgeXperiences. There is quite a variety of posts. I thought I'd give you a snapshot view of each blog just in case you haven't already seen them. Enjoy!



Posted at Aggravated DocSurg you will find The Not-So-Accidental Tourist and Hic Sunt Dracones.


Øystein Horgmo presents No Scrubs and The Party Bag posted at The Sterile Eye. The former is "A little anecdote concerning scrubs" and the latter "My little stoma bag spoof" , he says. I think he has a sense of humor and likes a joke.



bongi presents the baby story posted at other things amanzi, which he says are "the very old days". Also on his blog is selfish bastard with the comment "some things we see are not so cool" .



Ramona Bates presents Historic Treatment of Burns posted at Suture for a Living. As always, this is a wonderfully documented article with plenty of quotes.



Karen Little submitted three fine posts at Just Up The Dose: Time versus Money, Happy Hour, and Biggest Lipoma Ever! (with a picture to go with it!).



For some good Medical Humor check out It's a wonderful life.



The story, Surgeon attacks cataract surgery funding cut, is posted at ICNN.



Showing life as a patient, I'm back is posted at Althouse. The comments make the post!



Surgery Day, Again posted at Baby Steps is a scary story about a reporter's patient husband's surgery after swallowing something in his chicken finger.



Surgery at Mount Meru Hospital, posted at The Lancet Student, explores a hospital in Tanzania. "Patients had to pay for operations and there were several occasions when a patient had not provided adequate funds and their operation had to be postponed".

Why Does Everyone Love a Brain Surgeon? is also posted at The Lancet Student.



Venturing into Pediatric Surgery posted at Eisha'z Inner world. "I was transplanted to an entirely different place, where the patients are smaller, have rare congenital anomalies and typically can't communicate directly with me. "



Finally, What was surgery like in the 1930s? posted at Kevin, M.D. shows old youtube videos on surgery in the 1930's.

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