Surgery Essay Examples

Robotics and Humankind: The Progress of Robotics and Robot Surgery

            Since the age of civilization stated, technology has been developed by human being in various forms, using various tools for the invention of scientific production. After the industrial revolution in the eighteen century, the development of technology progressed very quickly and this high speed of development has continued till now. As technology improves, the… View Article

Tinnitus Hearing

Introduction:        The ear is a sensory organ with dual functions which are hearing and balance. The sense of hearing is essential for normal development and maintenance of speech and the ability to communicate with others. Balance, or equilibrium, is essential for maintaining body movement, position, and coordination.       The delicate structure and function of… View Article

What is Tonsillectomy?

Introduction – What is Tonsillectomy? Tonsillectomy is a form of surgery that involves the removal of tonsils. The tonsil removal at times includes the simultaneous removal of adenoids. It is a surgical procedure that is categorized under the specialty of head and neck. Most time, surgery is the last resort when medical therapy fails. Infections… View Article

Tracheotomy Case

A surgical procedure in which an opening is made into the trachea, tracheotomy is used to bypass an upper airway obstruction, to allow removal of tracheobronchial secretions, permit long-term use of mechanical ventilation, prevent aspiration of oral or gastric secretions in the unconscious or paralyzed patient (by closing off the trachea from the esophagus), and… View Article

Sterilization and Disinfection in the Operating Room

INTRODUCTION Sterilization and disinfection in any surgical operations, injections, and dental surgery are important as far as safe surgery is concerned. It is always advisable to maintain an aseptic condition when carrying the operation. The process should be carried out in a conducive environment free from contagion, infected materials, and microbes. For example, during the… View Article

Cleft Lip and Palate and its Effect on Speech

Introduction on Speech and Phonetics             Phonetics and phonology are concerned with speech – with the ways in which human produce and hear speech. Talking and listening to each other are so much part of normal life that they often seem unremarkable. Yet, as in any scientific field, the curious investigator finds rich complexity beneath… View Article

Medico-legal Issues Involved in the Pettigrew vs. Putterman

The perioperative nurse is a higher level of nursing profession who provides for healthcare (as a surgeon’s assistant) during pre-, intra-, and post-operative stage—contact care of patients, surgeon’s first assistant during operational procedures in theather, and patient assessment before and after surgical procedure—their special role in healthcare is an indispensable in that they provide continuity… View Article

Veterinary Technician

Have you ever wondered who is in care of your pets besides the veterinarian, as you drop them off at the animal hospital? Well, that is the veterinary technicians of course! These trained technicians are required to assist the veterinarian and provide patient monitoring on each animal. Vet techs assist with performing medical tests to… View Article

Pros and Cons of Having Cosmetic Surgery

What’s Happening Around You Today?? In today’s materialistic driven society, people are judged in every possible aspect. From their appearance, background, social status, way of thinking to their friends, families. The way we look plays a big role in our lives. It determines the way others see us and from that, it will then determine… View Article

Plastic Surgery

Research Paper Outline Plastic Surgery Section – Specialties Recruiting and Retention Fund November 6, 2012 Attn: Mr. Eric J. Harris, Q.C. From: Stan Valnicek, MD, Section Head – Plastic Surgery Dear Mr. Harris Thank you for taking the time to review our submission for the SRRF. We have tried to organize it into logical sections… View Article

The Role of Veterinarians in Society

Louis Pasteur, a French chemist and microbiologist in the 1800’s, began his study of rabies when two dogs infected with rabies were brought to his laboratory. One of the dogs suffered from the dumb form of the disease: his jaw hung low, he foamed at the mouth, and he had a vacant look in his… View Article

Against Plastic Surgery

The debate on plastic surgery is well known around the world. First of all, what is plastic surgery? Plastic surgery is reconstruction of the face and body and can be used to improve a person’s ability to function as well as their appearance and self-image. Society has made people believe that beauty does not come… View Article

The Negative Side of Plastic Surgery

Cost Plastic surgery is a very expensive procedure, which involves skin grafting. It can put tremendous financial pressure on you and your family. While assessing the cost of this surgery, people tend to take into account only the cost of the surgery, and completely overlook the unexpected cost that can arise from postoperative complications and… View Article

Foundations of Learning and Collaborative Working

“Discuss the concept of collaborative working within your professional area” To be able to understand the rationale, the different factors influencing the outcome of collaborative working and how this can be applied to Perioperative practice, it is important to have a sound understanding of the concept “Collaborative Working.” This concept has many terminological variations, one… View Article

Teenage Cosmetic Surgery

How young should some one be before they are ready to have cosmetic surgery? According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery reports “the number of girls eight-teen and younger getting cosmetic surgeries, such as breast augmentations has nearly tripled from 3,872 in the year of 2002 to 11,326 in the year of 2003“… View Article