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Becoming a General Surgeon
What if life can be planned? No thinking on the spot and no instant decisions. Having to make a decision in less than a second that can possibly take someone’s life or further injure them sounds pretty hard, right? T¬hat’s¬¬¬ why I want to be a general surgeon because everything is planned and is a simple basic level surgery. General surgery was the first of its kind in the medical field. As a result, this field has vast amount of history with many new innovations. However, when you have new innovations there comes new intense challenges everyday.
General surgery has been around ever since mankind first invented tools. Before Common Era (B.C.E.) humans had to learn to adapt to their surroundings, including their bodies and biology. At first surgery was people experimenting with their bodies and adapting to their situation, now it’s turned into much more. A General Surgeon’s job today is to diagnose, examine, pre-treat or treat patients and also prescribe medicine to those in need. General surgeons work mostly in the abdominal area, which may include digestive tract, endocrine system, breast, skin, and blood vessels. General surgeons usually work in groups of 5 during operation (depending on certain operations), which makes it so each person has a different ranking or higher authority rating. To become a general surgeon you need to get an abundant amount of schooling this includes the following: your high school diploma, Bachelor of Science/Arts (or your choice), 4 year medical degree, 1-3 year internship, a minimal 4 year medical residency, and you must pass all of your medical tests given by the state, and final college test.
There are an abundant amount of innovations in the medical field in general everyday. An innovation can be anything from a new tool such as a scalpel, to a new form of surgery or machine. One relatively new invention is a tool called a laparoscope. A...