assistant surgeon

assistant surgeon

A medically qualified doctor who assists the surgeon of record perform a particular procedure.
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Having completed my studies there, I was duly attached to the Fifth Northumberland Fusiliers as Assistant Surgeon.
Tenders are invited for Provide and continue of hire vehicle to veterinary assistant surgeon & Amoh-v i/c for a period of 5 months.
During one of her final checkups, Sophia surprised Childs by waiting for him on the paediatric floor wearing a miniature assistant surgeon general dress blues uniform her grandmother had made for her.
After 1889, the physicians, scientists and technical experts in the MHS were commissioned as officers, who wore a uniform and held a rank (assistant surgeons, passed assistant surgeon, surgeon) up to its director, a surgeon general.
I came under increasing intimidation and bullying - so much so that the assistant surgeon, who was to assist me in major operations, was instigated to look out for my mistakes.
As he sailed back to England two weeks later, he responded to a colleague of Dr John Simpson - the ship's assistant surgeon who had been among the nine men - who had written seeking news of his fate.
Later, Assistant Surgeon of police told media that third one also breathed last during treatment.
After getting selected as assistant surgeon in the health department to serve in rural areas, doctors usually apply for PG courses and move to the medical colleges.
Trovita Health Science, a life science company specialising in clinical nutrition innovation, has named Dr Roscoe M Moore Jr, former US assistant surgeon general, as its senior scientific advisor and member of Trovita's Scientific Advisory Board, it was reported yesterday.
assistant surgeon general, and the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, said during a press conference.
7) Assistant Surgeon Campbell Douglas (born in Quebec) for bravery at sea on May 7, 1867.
The excitement if palpable," gushed Assistant Surgeon General Kenneth Moritsugu, MD.

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