Now that Colombia Moda is over – let’s get back to the stuff that really matters.. Let’s warm up but reviewing some older posts for our newer readers.
I know some readers find some of my reporting dry and uninspired, particularly when talking about methodology, measurements and scales such as Surgical Apgar Scoring. But the use of appropriate protocols, safety procedures and specialized personnel is crucial for continued patient safety.
There is a saying among medical professionals about our patients.. We want them all to be boring and routine. That is what I strive for, for each and every one of my readers – safe, boring and routine.
Excitement and drama are only enjoyable when watching Grey’s Anatomy or other fictionalized medical dramas. In real life, it means something has drastically and horribly gone awry. Unlike many of its fictional counterparts – outcomes are not usually good.
In a not-so-sleepy hollow of upstate New York, a medical tragedy serves to illustrate this point, while also bringing up questions regarding the procedure. While we don’t know the circumstances behind this case – (and don’t really want to…
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