McBurney

Mc·Bur·ney

(mĭk-bŭr'nē),
Charles, U.S. surgeon, 1845-1913. See: McBurney incision, McBurney point, McBurney sign.
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YOUNG Ulster hooker Adam McBurney hopes to make hay in the South African sun this week.
Charles McBurney, R-Jacksonville, told the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Justice April 7 while introducing HB 7113.
McBurney had migrated from the Isle of Man (4) to Australia in 1880 on the ship 'Potosi' (5).
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McBurney's point was described in 1889 by Professor Charles Heber McBurney (1845-1913), who was a teaching assistant in Anatomy at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, New York, and continued in this position until his appointment as Professor of Surgery in 18893.
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The driver for Asda supermarket depot in Washington was attempting to unload a 40ft lorry trailer, owned by McBurney Transport, when the accident happened in September 2009.
McBurney is also a first responder and a member of the OSHA Safety Team at Dant Clayton, so when a workplace injury occurs, McBurney is there.