surgical resident


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surgical resident

A physician who is enrolled in a hospital-based training program to complete the requirements for board certification in a surgical specialty.
See also: resident
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Peritoneal lavage model: This was made for teaching the essentials for surgical approach of peritoneal lavage to surgical residents.
An informal survey published in the JAMA in 1988 found that six out of seven surgical residents queried had fallen asleep at the wheel after being on call all night.
Wallace, the surgical resident, ordered for him on the evening of May 9 helped to mask the perforation.
Like water from a half-open tap, blood runs from the wound until a surgical resident, Dr.
Rodin, a surgical resident at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston.
Andrea Favara, a male surgical resident wearing hospital scrubs and identification, entered the recovery room and headed for the patient's bed.
Madeb, a surgical resident at the Polisseni Center for Robotic and Minimally Invasive Surgery at Rochester (N.
The scrub hats were designed by a Houston, TX surgical resident who created the hats in her own living room using scraps of fabric.
The code team has a senior resident, ICU nurse, respiratory therapist, nurse-anesthetist or anesthesiologist, and senior surgical resident.
These results were significant," said lead researcher Danielle Haakinson, MD, Surgical Resident at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona.
Jennifer Gurney, a surgical resident at Walter Reed, presented the study at the clinical congress.