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*  Microsurgery
A number of surgical specialties use microsurgical techniques. Otolaryngologists (ear, nose, throat and head and neck surgeons ... famously using a garage as a lab/operating theatre and home-made instruments. This was the first report of successfully using ... The first neurosurgeon to make use of the surgical microscope was a Turkish emigrant, Gazi Yasargil. In 1953 he studied ... Free tissue transfer is a surgical reconstructive procedure using microsurgery. A region of "donor" tissue is selected that can ...
*  Spinal decompression
... surgical procedure in which a portion of a herniated nucleus pulposus is removed by way of a surgical instrument. The purpose ... Laminectomy is an open or minimally invasive surgical procedure in which a portion of the posterior arch of the vertebrae and/ ... Spinal decompression is a surgical procedure intended to relieve pressure on the spinal cord or on one or more compressed nerve ... "Surgical versus Nonsurgical Therapy for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis". New England Journal of Medicine. 358 (8): 794-810. doi:10.1056 ...
*  Minimally invasive cardiac surgery
Two access incisions are also made at the 6th intercostal space and xphoid process to allow for instruments to position and ... Its safety and effective alternative for performing surgical myocardial revascularization on the beating heart (OPCAB) is ...
*  Retained surgical instruments
The Retained Surgical Sponge." "General Instrument Sourcebook - KMedic" (PDF). Retrieved October 27, 2016. "Sterilized surgical ... Each surgical instrument has a bar code placed on it and nurses pass the items through a hand scanner. The bar code allows each ... A retained surgical instrument is any item inadvertently left behind in a patient's body in the course of surgery. There are ... 45-47 "Surgical Instruments Left in Patient's Body." Nursing Link. Gamble, Kate Huvane. "No Sponge Left Behind", Health Care ...
*  Surgical instrument
Over time, many different kinds of surgical instruments and tools have been invented. Some surgical instruments are designed ... usually a surgical technologist or sometimes a nurse or radiographer. There are several classes of surgical instruments: ... The expression surgical instrumentation is somewhat interchangeably used with surgical instruments, but its meaning in medical ... A surgical instrument is a specially designed tool or device for performing specific actions of carrying out desired effects ...
*  Truman W. Brophy
"Brophy Tissue Forceps, Serrated, 1x2 Teeth, Straight 8" - Tissue Forceps - Forceps , Sklar Surgical Instruments". www.sklarcorp ...
*  José Leandro Montalvo Guenard
Surgical Instrument. Jose Leandro Montalvo Guenard. Ponce, PR. U.S. Patent Office. Application Number 278,879. 13 June 1939. ... Montalvo Guenard invented an instrument that allowed eye surgeons to securely hold and readily manipulate the eye lens in ...
*  George E. Goodfellow
"Doc Goodfellow's Surgical Instruments". Archived from the original on February 24, 2013. Retrieved March 5, 2013. Walter Noble ... Sixteen doctors attended to Garfield and most probed the wound with their fingers or dirty instruments. Historians agree that ... Goodfellow followed Lister's recommended procedure for sterilizing everything: his hands, instruments, sponges, and the area ...
*  Pad printing
Medical devices (surgical instruments, etc.) Implantable & in body medical items (catheter tubes, contact lenses, etc.) Golf ...
*  Qar (doctor)
They are not surgical instruments. They are model tools. Also 22 bronze statues were unearthed representing different deities ... "Surgical Instruments from the tomb of Qar - a photo on Flickriver". Retrieved 3 February 2016. Khalil Messija, Hishmet Messiha ... In press reports following the discovery of the tomb and in several publications they are regarded as surgical instruments. It ... was stated that they might be the oldest surgical tools in the world. They are now preserved in Imhotep museum. However, these ...
*  Edward Cutbush
Kirkup, John (2005). The Evolution of Surgical Instruments; An Illustrated History from Ancient Time to the Twentieth Century ...
*  Fleam
Instruments used in general surgery CJS Thompson: Guide to the Surgical Instruments and Objects in the Historical Series with ... Controversy exists among collectors of antique surgical instruments that these types of fleams were made with the lancet so ... Kirkup, John R (2006). The Evolution of Surgical Instruments. Novato, CA: Norman Publishing. ISBN 0 930405 86 2. Collection of ... These instruments are the progression from the early use of fish teeth, sharpened stones, and thorns used to penetrate blood ...
*  Ardeshir Godrej
But surgical instruments, no way!" Both sides were intractable, and the venture died. One morning Ardeshir read an article in a ... Ardeshir described his plan to manufacture surgical equipment and asked for a loan. When Cama asked why Ardeshir did not ...
*  Medicine in ancient Rome
This instrument was used for several purposes, such as stopping bleeding, cutting flesh or removing growths. Surgical scissors ... A variety of surgical procedures were carried out using many different instruments including forceps, scalpels and catheters. ... A variety of surgical instruments are known from archaeology and Roman medical literature, including: Rectal speculum An ... "Surgical Instruments from Ancient Rome". University of Virginia Claude Moore Health Services Library. 2007. Retrieved 16 ...
*  William E. Ashton
He invented surgical instruments and appliances. Ashton enlisted in the United States Army in 1917 as a major. He was assigned ...
*  Allis clamp
An Allis clamp (also called the Allis forceps) is a commonly used surgical instrument. The allis clamp is a surgical instrument ... Instruments used in general surgery Yap, L.H.; Ahmad, T. (2001). "Allis forceps: notes on the inventor". British Journal of ...
*  Bone cutter
... is a surgical instrument used to cut or remove bones. Types of medical bone cutters include: Unpowered - Unpowered ... Introduction to Surgical Instruments and Procedures. Elsevier India. pp. 15-16. ISBN 9788131216064. ... Instruments used in general surgery http://samhs.org.au/Virtual%20Museum/Surgery/costotome/costotome.html Kapur, MM (1 January ...
*  Surgeon General of the United States Navy
All surgical instruments of every kind; The management of hospitals, so far as the patients therein are concerned; All ... appliances of every sort, used in surgical and medical practice; All contracts, accounts, and returns, relating to these and ...
*  John Weiss & Son
"Weiss Catalogue of Surgical Instruments" (PDF). Ia700405.us.archive.org. 1863. Retrieved 2016-02-17. "Surgical and Dental ... a knife found on the crime scene is a surgical instrument marked Weiss & Co., London. In 1888, Weiss surgical knives were used ... John Weiss stamped the Royal Arms on many of the handles of his surgical instruments. Weiss' 1831 catalogue listed a novel limb ... John Weiss & Son were London-based surgical instrument makers during the 1700s and 1800s. The company was founded in 1787 by ...
*  Al-Zahrawi
He introduced over 200 surgical instruments. Many of these instruments were never used before by any previous surgeons. His use ... On Surgery and Instruments is an illustrated surgical guide written by Al-Zahrawi. On Surgery and Instruments contributed many ... Surgical instruments from al-Zahrawi's Kitab al-Tasrif. Al-Maqalatun Salasun surgery book instruments manuscript. Portrait of ... His pioneering contributions to the field of surgical procedures and instruments had an enormous impact in the East and West ...
*  Speculum (medical)
This style of anal speculum is one of the oldest designs for surgical instruments still in use, with examples dating back many ... "Surgical Instruments from Ancient Rome (with pictures)". Retrieved 2009-06-12. Cecilia Mettler. History of Medicine. The ... of the instrument allow the operator a direct vision of the area of interest and the possibility to introduce instruments for ... Those used in surgical suites are still commonly made of metal. Specula come in a variety of shapes based on their purpose, and ...
*  Madge Easton Anderson
Her father Robert Easton made surgical instruments. She was educated at Hutcheson's Grammar School, and studied at the ...
*  Military of ancient Rome
Doctors had the knowledge to clean their surgical instruments with hot water after each use. Wounds were dressed, and dead ... Milne, John Stewart (1907-01-01). Surgical instruments in Greek and Roman times. At the Clarendon Press. p. 207. McCallum, Jack ... Typically they were soldiers who demonstrated they had knowledge in wound treatment and even simple surgical techniques. These ...
*  Reynolds and Branson
Handy Guide to Surgical Instruments and Appliances etc. Reynolds and Branson, 14 Commercial Street, Leeds. Gloucester: John ... The firm was in the business of wholesale and retail for chemists and surgical instrument makers. The original company can be ... The firm was in the business of wholesale and retail chemists and surgical instrument makers.[5] Fredrick W Branson now focused ... Illustrated Catalogue of Surgical Instruments and Appliances. Reynolds and Branson, 14 Commercial Street, Leeds. Leeds: Chorley ...
*  Surgery
The adjective "surgical" means pertaining to surgery; e.g. surgical instruments or surgical nurse. The patient or subject on ... All surgical instruments must be sterilized, and an instrument must be replaced or re-sterilized if it becomes contaminated (i. ... At a hospital, modern surgery is often performed in an operating theater using surgical instruments, an operating table for the ... Surgical masks are worn by the surgical team to avoid germs on droplets of liquid from their mouths and noses from ...
*  Childbirth
The midwife or obstetrician may decide to make a surgical cut to the perineum (episiotomy) to make the baby's birth easier and ... particularly instrument delivery), and increases in cost. Generally, pain and stress hormones rise throughout labour for women ... Caesarean section is the removal of the neonate through a surgical incision in the abdomen, rather than through vaginal birth. ... In 2012, about 23 million deliveries occurred by a surgical procedure known as Caesarean section. Caesarean sections may be ...
*  Sewing needle
Kirkup, J (January 1986). "The history and evolution of surgical instruments. V needles and their penetrating derivatives". ...