house surgeon


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

house surgeon

Abbreviation: H.S.
The senior surgical member of the hospital staff who acts in the absence of the attending surgeon.
See also: surgeon
References in periodicals archive ?
Surgeons and House Surgeons used to work for almost twenty four hours.
After university in Leeds, he worked as a house surgeon, then switched to casualty.
After passing the exams, General Zia's daughter became her house surgeon and received further post graduate training in Obs/ Gynae.
Comparing adequate length of root filling majority of post graduate students 84% performed it adequately where as the opposite was true for house surgeon group where 66% inadequate root filled lengths were observed.
[3.] House Surgeon, Department of General Surgery, Shimogga Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Shivamogga, Karnataka, India.
After serving as demonstrator in anatomy and senior house surgeon at the Manchester Royal Infirmary, Kilner joined the RAMC, served as a front line surgeon in a Casualty Clearing Station on the Western Front then, in 1918 as a surgical specialist at No.
Keynote speaker was Southland house surgeon Lesley Rumball, who challenged us with the thought that to perform at your best you must first know yourself well.
Nikolai Rainov, house surgeon at Walton hospital and lecturer at Liverpool university, agreed Dr Foster did a full examination and Mrs Kaufman did not show the symptoms of her condition.
I remember once at Bahawalpur a patient was bleeding too much during operation, I sent my house surgeon a nice young girl to ask and convince the patient's relatives to arrange more blood.
[3.] House Surgeon, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Shimoga Institute of Medical Sciences, Shimoga.
Lister studied Medicine at University College Hospital in London, became house surgeon to the great James Syme at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary and was soon appointed Assistant Surgeon on its staff.
The keynote speaker is former Silver Fern netballer, physiotherapist and now house surgeon Lesley Rumball.