"Surgery" Essays and Research Papers

Surgery

ROBOTIC SURGERY Surgery techniques are advancing with developing technology. Robotic surgery is getting more common day by day. Robotic surgery is a technique in which a surgeon performs surgery using a computer that remotely controls very small instrument attached to a robot. Even though it could be claimed that robotic surgery is a expensive to start-up and perform maintenance, is a longer surgery method that manual surgery, which reduces the sense of touch, in fact it...

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Surgery in the Renaissance

Surgery, though crude and painful, did exist in the time of the Renaissance. Early Renaissance surgeons were ignorant of the human body and surgical procedures were almost never successful. They were continuously trying to unveil the mysteries of the body. How and why it functioned, its purposes, and its needs. Dissections uncovered the most knowledge of the body. However, dissections were rare because they were illegal and very risky. If a surgeon was going to dissect someone he did it at night...

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Robotic Surgery Outline

Robotic Surgery Tech, Society, and Culture Team Project Outline January 10, 2012 There are several issues surrounding robotic surgery such as historical advancement and framework if the technology, political and lawful influences, economical issues and reflection, psychological contemplations and sociological impacts, moral and virtues inferences, consequences on the environment and technology in its societal framework. ...

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Ether the Magic of Painless Surgery

ETHER THE MAGIC OF PAINLESS SURGERY FIRST USED BY Dr. CRAWFORD LONG(1815-1875) Dr Crawford Williamson Long and ETHER to create painless surgery. In March 1842, Dr Crawford Williamson Long removed 2 tumours from the neck of a Mr James Venable under ether anaesthesia. But how did Dr Long come to this discovery? When Dr Crawford Long was at school and at Medical School of the University of Pennsylvania, it was fashionable with students to inhale gases like ether to create...

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Wrong Site Surgeries

Wrong Site Surgeries Wrong Site Surgeries Wrong site surgeries are very rare, but sometimes wrong site surgeries happen. The wrong site surgeries have damaging results for the patient and pose a huge safety problems within the organization. Usually communication breakdown is considered the main cause of wrong site surgeries in the surgical team. The Joint Commission's universal protocol of "time out" is a very important and a helpful tool in preventing the wrong site surgeries, wrong person...

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Surgery and New York Times

it becomes widespread.  Some uses are prosthetics, long distance surgery, robotic surgery, robots used as doctors in the military, and robots used in nursing homes.  Biorobotics is the future of this medical world.  This is possible in three ways, by using it in surgery, on the battlefield, and assistance. The first way biorobotics will become the future of the medical world is in surgery.  Many people in this world need surgery for various different diseases, illnesses and injuries.  The use of...

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Gastric Bypass Surgery

Gastric-Bypass Surgery Gastric-bypass surgery is a life altering operation. This procedure is very difficult on the human body but can yield amazing results. It is possible to lose tremendous amounts of weight in an incredibly short time. Should every morbidly obese person resort to this surgery? Do they have any other plausible options? Does society and the media make this surgery more attractive to the moderately overweight population? Although there are some drawbacks to this surgery, it ultimately...

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Robotic Surgery

Writing Final Draft May 3, 2012 The Cutting Edge Surgery has been a method used to help fix people’s problems for generations. Whether it is a broken bone, dislocation, cancer, or ruptured appendix, surgery has provided the option of fixing these problems for the afflicted patients. The history of surgery is vast, and over the ages it has developed into a much more refined practice. According to Tim Lambert in A History of Surgery, it started in the Stone Age, with incisions and holes in...

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Surgery- Anaesthetics and Antiseptics

Before Surgery in the early 19th century is dangerous and painful. There is no way to relieve the pain felt by patients during operations. Surgeons do not yet know how to control blood loss or infection, and operating theatres are dirty and dangerous places to be.Some surgeons superstitiously prefer to wear their ‘lucky’ coat in the operating theatre – a coat worn during a successful operation in the past. They do not wash their ‘lucky’ coat between operations in case this breaks their run of...

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Reflection: Patient and Surgery Center

Kimberly Blatnica Preceptor Site: Surgery Center at Regency Park Clinical Reflection 4 17 October 2012 Today’s clinical experience allowed for new education and skill practice. I was able to precept in post-op, which was a great change. Being in pre-op, we are responsible for receiving clients from the OR. We then monitor them, reeducate, prepare for and perform discharge, and cleaning the area that was used by disinfecting, tossing and replacing linens, and moving the bed to an empty room...

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Laser Eye Surgery (Retina Detachment)

The invention of the laser surgery was not a tedious and complicated one. But there were definitely spaces for trial and error as ophthalmologists Charles J. Campbell (1926-), H. Christian Zweng (1925-), Milton M. Zaret (1927-) and physicist Theodore Harold Maiman (1927-) learnt. The term “laser” is actually an acronym for Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation. The Ophthalmic surgery (eye surgery) was initially developed from the concentration of conventianal light by maginyfying...

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Motion Study of Gilbreths in Surgery

LEYLA MIRAY KAYA Motion Study of Gilbreths in Surgery Frank and Lillian Gilbreth are best-known for their motion study on bricklaying. However they did many other studies on various areas. They have motion studies for athletes, pianists , book keepers and fencers. All of these people were photographed when they were in action. Then those actions were divided into small micro motions to observe the unnecessary movements to eliminate. Surgeons were those people that Gilbreths studied on to improve...

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Plastic Surgery

Have you ever considered having plastic surgery? After reading this paper you might want the surgery or you might not. Plastic surgery, a form of art, can reconstruct your body and renew your confidence but can you accept the risks involved? Plastic surgery ranges from one- thousand dollars to three- thousand dollars or more depending on the surgery (Body fat reduction: Suction-Assisted Lipectomy). There are plenty types of plastic surgery. One type is called liposuction. The best candidates...

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Surgery and T.j. Moreno Patient

After reviewing risks, benefits, and alternatives, he has agreed to proceed with surgical management. Risks of delayed healing, non-healing, infection, nerve vessel tendon injury, ongoing pain and discomfort, procedure failure, need for revision surgery, and/or hardware removal noted. The fact that he will have a stiffed hindfoot, noted. Patient’s questions were answered and he was consented for the planned procedure. PROCEDURE IN DETAIL: The patient was taken to the operating room where general...

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Reflection: Surgery and Reflective Practice

room, to which I was on a clinical placement. I was assigned a mentor to work with me. My patient will be known as Mr Dillon. He was undergoing total knee replacement surgery. The surgery was going to be done by the Surgeon Mr Mann, who has got a very typical way of doing it. He gave us a specific list of stuff he needed for the surgery. He specifically asked for BIOMED instruments and implants which are a leading manufacturer of surgical instruments. So when my mentor Mary and I were preparing the...

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Laproscopic Surgery

This paper will define laparoscopy in general, how a laparoscopic surgery is performed, the different types of laparoscopic instruments and the benefits and risks associated with undergoing a laparoscopic surgical procedure. Laparoscopic surgery has evolved rapidly in the last twenty years and as the field advances there are constant new innovations. Laparoscopy, also known as minimally invasive surgery or videoscopic surgery is an operation performed in the abdomen or pelvis through small incisions...

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Laser Eye Surgery

Laser eye surgery has enabled millions of people to throw away their eyeglasses. Now several medical technology companies are hoping that lasers aimed at the feet will allow millions to take their socks off, even in public. The target is toenail fungus — an infection in an estimated 10 percent of American adults, or 23 million people — that causes toenails to become thick, yellow and fetid. If these lasers, which recently completed small clinical trials, work, they will represent a new way...

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Surgery and Admission Report Patient

is gravida 2, para 1, abortus 1. Her only child is a 15-year-old daughter who lives in Texas with her grandmother. PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Positive for hepatitis B. PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: Pilonidal cyst removed in the remote past. Had plastic surgery on her ears as a child. SOCIAL HISTORY: Married, has 1 daughter; patient works as a substitute teacher. Smokes 1 pack of cigarettes on a daily basis. Denies EtOH. Smoked marijuana last night. No IV drug abuse. ALLERGIES: TETANUS. MEDICATIONS:...

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Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery is a medicinal expertise worry about adjustment or renovation of shape and function. Plastic surgery includes many types of surgical things. Plastic surgery, change of leather texture is a very widespread process.Skin vaccinations can be taken from receiver or giver.Generally, fine outcomes are looked for plastic surgery that underlines attentive planning of slits. Plastic surgery, also called medical asthetic, involves techniques intended for the enhancement of appearance...

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Cosmetic Surgery

Should cosmetic surgery be encouraged to the general public? Cosmetic surgery is defined as “any medical operation which is intended to improve a person’s appearance rather than their health” (Cambridge Dictionary, 2003, p.275). By definition, cosmetic surgery is a common practice used to modify the physical outlook of people, especially for women. This is definitely a luxury, which is not necessary to the public. Starting from the 20th century, however, cosmetic surgery is no longer a luxury...

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Malpractice: Surgery and Basic Human Right

behind after surgery were sponges and 31 percent were medical instruments. At least thirty-seven (37) of those patients required corrective surgery and one died. a woman had a surgical sponge inside her abdomen for more than two years.  She kept going back to the doctor with complaints of back pain, incontinence, and stomach pain.  The doctors kept telling her that this was a part of her recovery and that she may always have some minor discomfort.  The problem was that her initial surgery was a hysterectomy...

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Bariatric Surgery

 Nurses Role when caring for patients who have bariatric surgery; The good, the bad, the ugly Andrea K. & Jessie L. Montana State University Obesity affects more than one-third of U.S. adults (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). Obesity is defined by World Health Organization as an individual that has a BMI greater than 30. Obesity alone can hinder a person’s daily living lifestyle. However along with obesity come...

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Plastic Surgery

PLASTIC SURGERY One day, I went out for lunch with my friends. I shared a movie that I watched recently to them. Wow! I was excited and can't even wait for a moment to tell them how nice was the movie and how good looking was the actress! But, when I mentioned her name, Angelababy, one of my friend said sarcastically that she did a lot of plastic surgery, that's why she look pretty and prefect. Plastic Surgery? I had search some pictures of Angelababy that before she did plastic surgery from the...

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Plastic Surgery

How Plastic Surgery Helped Reshape the World As we see throughout the years, plastic surgery also known as cosmetic surgery has become more and more popular every year. Plastic surgery has increased to nine percent from 2000 to 2001. There are many various types of procedures that could make the body the way the person prefers it to be. The most popular surgeries that are performed include facial reconstruction, liposuction, breast implant, arm, thigh, and many more. The word "plastic" in "plastic...

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Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic Surgery Have you ever thought about how much cosmetic surgery has progressed and all the different types of surgeries? Cosmetic surgery is the practice of reshaping body tissues. It is also known as plastic surgery. Plastic is derived from the Greek word Plastikos meaning “to mold.” Plastic surgery dates all the way back 3000 years ago, to the Ancient Egyptians, Indians, and Greeks. We may not recognize that people back then used a form of plastic surgery, but they did. Centuries...

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Plastic Surgery

 Assignment Three Xuan Wang V00823206 November 11, 2014 100A-A01/Tutoria T10 The Influence of Social Factors on People Making Plastic Surgery Introduction Commercial plastic surgery is a heated topic in modern society. Newspapers, magazines and academic articles have discussed a lot about it. Commercial plastic surgery which, with a limited amount of audience at the very beginning, used to be a mystery field to the general public, has become more and more popular today. It has become normalized...

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plastic surgery

Mandy How Kar Voon Professor Denine Lutz English 10, Section 91 23 April 2013 Plastic Surgery “The Right to Be Beautiful?” These days, people are growing up surrounded by media portrayals of the perfect face and body. It’s in the advertisements, on television, movies and just about everywhere. Presently, society has frame set the picture of women’s beauty along with a pretty face, perfect skin, and slender frame as a rail thin super model. However, nobody’s perfect, and that is just...

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Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic surgery is not solving the problem at route. The problem is the perception that the mind has on what is important. All cosmetic surgery is doing is changing the appearance but not the mental state. Someone who has such a mental disposition to these illnesses will have their offending extremity changed, but they will ultimately always find something they are not happy with. Instead of cosmetic surgery, these people should be offered psychological help. Cosmetic surgery only masks the inner...

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Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Most people want to be more beautiful than other people. They are always seeking the “beauty”, which makes them believe that they will be happier. That is why there is more and more people using plastic surgery as a solution. Those patients have a variety of ages and sexes. It can be ranged from twenty to fifty-five or over. It is included both sexual: males and females. There are thousands of reasons for them to see a plastic surgery doctor. They may want to look younger...

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Lasik Surgery

LASIK Surgery By: Marcia Miller General Purpose: To Inform Specific Goal: To inform my audience about LASIK surgery and the risks and benefits of associated with it. Thesis Statement: LASIK eye surgery can be beneficial to some individuals. There are however, complications that can come from having the surgery done. I will explain what LASIK surgery is and explore the benefits and risks associated with LASIK surgery. Preview: I will explain what is done when you have LASIK surgery...

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Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic Surgery All types of cosmetic surgeries are on the rise. Young people and old people around the world are having all types of cosmetic procedure done at some point in their lives. The media portrays beauty in a certain way, which causes people to feel pressured to look a certain way. Why else would a person decide to go under the knife? Even people with medical conditions or some type of disfiguration want to be accepted in society and be normal without being judged because of their physical...

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Marketing Plan Laser Eye Surgery

plan Determine and decide upon at least one (1) foreign market for the product and service. Provide your rationale for this market. Canada is a world leader in laser eye surgery and every year almost 40-50% of the laser eye surgery-taking place in Canada is conducted by a number of companies. The cost of laser eye surgery in Canada is more reasonable and affordable. This is due to a favorable exchange rate on the Canadian dollar, the lack of laser royalty fees in Canada, and the cost-effective...

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Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic Surgery on Teenagers Shirrena E. Perkins Course: COM/150 February 28, 2010 Grace Clausing Table of Contents • Introduction • Body and Mind Still Developing During Teenage Years • Is It All Right To Seek Surgery With Unrealistic Expectations • Regrets • Legal or Illegal • Conclusion Introduction A desire among teenagers to undergo cosmetic surgery has been on a rapid rise. This can mostly be contributed...

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Robotic Surgery

Robotic Surgery is the use of robots in performing surgery. "Surgery is performed by manipulating straight instruments while viewing the instruments on a monitor. Robotic surgery is the evolution of laparoscopy that addresses the drawbacks of laparoscopy"(NJ urology).Considering the never ending improvement of technology, this type of surgery is being used more by a day worldwide and has a potential to totally take over the field of surgery. However, as robotic surgery has its advantages, it also...

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Cosmetic Surgery

The Hidden Dangers Of Cosmetic Surgery “I wish I had a twin, so I could know what I'd look like without cosmetic surgery” a quote by Joan Rivers. She is an American famous person who has done so many cosmetic surgeries. Rivers most likely said this quote because she regretted about all of the cosmetic surgeries that she had. Cosmetic Surgery is a phenomenon that has increased over the past few years and became popular in everywhere on the world. Moreover, many people have been thinking of doing...

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Cosmetic Surgery

The Negative and Positive Effects of Cosmetic Surgery Are you considering cosmetic surgery? The numbers of individuals electing these surgeries are growing rapidly each year. Much of this rapid growth is because of advances in technology that have made plastic surgery techniques both safer and more affordable, as well as cutting down on recovery time. Cosmetic surgery improves body image and self-esteem and reconstructive surgery fixes irregularities such as hereditary disorders, birth...

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Plastic Surgery

PLASTIC SURGERY Plastic surgery is a special type of surgery that greatly improves not just your appearance, it improves self esteem and health at the same time it gives you a better quality of life. The name “Plastic surgery” which includes the word "plastic" doesn't mean patients who have this surgery end up with a face full of fake stuff. The name isn't taken from the plastic substance but from the Greek word plastikos, which means to form or shape. This kind of surgery was invented by the...

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Plastic Surgery

(Worksheet only) (Word process, post on Bb, and bring copies for you, the instructor, and your group members on date due) Speech Exploration of Sides of a Topic: Plastic surgery risks Thesis statement: People that desire plastic surgery should research the doctor and risks of their procedure before submitting to surgery. Whether or not you think it is right to go under the knife, you must admit it is pretty fascinating what doctors can do in the present day. Content Introduction & Conclusion...

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Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic Surgery Effective Essay Writing/COM/150 Cosmetic Surgery “She got her good looks from her father. He’s a plastic surgeon.” Groucho Marx. “I definitely believe in plastic surgery. I don’t want to be an old hag. There’s no fun in that.” Scarlett Johansson. “I wish I had a twin, so I could know what I’d look like without plastic surgery.” Joan Rivers. These are quotes from famous people about cosmetic surgery. Some have had cosmetic surgery and some have not. This essay...

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Plastic Surgery

OUTLINE The Effect of Plastic Surgery on Teenagers I) Introduction ( Thesis statement) Plastic surgery is one of procedures in medical process. It was a huge success in giving someone a new life. It was use to correct unattractive facial features that can attract ridicule as they were generally accepted. Unlike special patient who undergo plastic surgery to repair their unattractive features, teenagers do plastic surgery to fit in without realising the effect in the future. There is...

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cosmetic surgery

body ideals, and they turn to cosmetic surgery to seek ‘perfection’. I wanted to research why so many women want to under go the knife, what dangers are involved, and why cosmetic surgery receives bad publicity. I also wanted to see weather cosmetic surgery is used for any other reasons than vanity. Above all I wanted to see if the negatives out weighed the positives and if cosmetic surgery should be banned or not. Why do so many women want cosmetic surgery? According to Louisa Peacock, the author...

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Plastic Surgery

the newest trend among today's society. Women are the highest percentage of this trend because women have been conditioned at young age to believe outer beauty is unsurpassed. Plastic or cosmetic surgery in the past has been kept hushed, never knowing did she have her nose worked on? Today plastic surgery is being embraced by the millions and highly looked upon. Recently a friend of mine had a breast augmentation. Her argument was the need to feel more confident in her own body. She felt out of proportion...

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Cosmetic Surgery

cosmetic surgery has been happening since ancient times, it has only recently become accepted by most. Television programs that promote cosmetic surgery as a positive industry; “I Want a Famous Face” on MTV,“Nip/ Tuck” on FX, and “Dr. 90210” on Hulu, to expose the public to a business once kept on the down low. Reality television embraces these due to its shock ­value and entertainment to the audience, in result the public is becoming more and more relaxed to the idea of plastic surgery. A generation...

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Plastic Surgery

in ‘plastic surgery’ does not mean ‘artificial,’ but is derived from the ancient Greek word ‘plastikos,’ which means to mold or give form” (Schnur and Hait). What was once used to help reconstruct the faces and bodies of wounded soldiers is now used to aesthetically create new faces and bodies around the world. The motive for surgery is changing. Statistics show that plastic surgery is becoming increasingly more popular among men, women, and teens. Not only is the number of surgeries performed growing...

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Plastic Surgery

give a speech. My topic for today is plastic surgery. So, what is plastic surgery? Plastic surgery is an operation that allows a person’s image change into a new and pretty appearance. In the past, plastic surgery is totally a mission impossible, but with a new era and the birth of new technology, it not a dream anymore. Plastic surgery is an operation with correction and restoration on a person’s skin. However, plastic surgery will also bring out the surgery risk. Preview Statement: At the beginning...

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Plastic Surgery

Plastic Surgery: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly More than ever, millions of young adolescents are seeking out plastic surgery because the influence of the media. Teenagers are finding more imperfections with their body and are less and less satisfied with their appearance. President Scott Spear, MD, chief of plastic surgery says, "There's a common belief among the public that a large percentage of young adults and teens are having cosmetic surgery" (Obesity, Fitness & Wellness Week). Despite...

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plastic surgery

 Plastic surgery Beauty is known to us as something that cannot be awarded a clear definition. And yet, women all over the world feel immense pressure to look a certain way to be considered beautiful. People are inclined to have desire for self improvement, with societal pressures and media influence, women can easily feel insecure about their natural features. Beautiful women and ideal bodies are thrown at us in various mediums from magazines, television, advertisements, and the like. To feel...

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Cosmetic Surgery

PLASTIC SURGERY: a way to become beautiful or someone’s unhealthy idea? With passing time, the urge to become beautiful is increasing in everyone’s life. Is the requirement just in our heads or is it truly needed. Does everyone have a right to be beautiful and look more attractive? Most of us would say yes. Everyone wants to be good-looking and pretty. Nowadays looks and appearances seem to be the basic requirement in every person and hold much more importance compared to a person’s abilities and...

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Cosmetic Surgery

had a twin, so I could know what I'd look like without plastic surgery” a quote by Joan Rivers taken from www.allgreatquotes.com (2008). Today’s society puts so much emphasis on what the media considers beauty that even Hollywood stars are unfortunately going to extremes to keep their appearances to what is considered beautiful. Even though forms of cosmetic surgery are medically necessary such as reconstructive surgery, cosmetic surgery has become a large issue in today’s society because some believe...

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Plastic surgery

2014. Plastic Surgery “What’s the whole point of being pretty on the outside when you are so ugly on the inside?” This quote is saying about the valuation of a person is inside of her or him, not the beauty outside. In recently years, plastic surgery has grown in the Medical field in many countries around the world. It has become a booming in the United State, the plastic surgery patients are both men and women, especially women (91%). Perhaps, people who after have the plastic surgery will be prettier...

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orthopedic surgery

Orthopedic surgery From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This fracture of the lower cervical vertebrae, known as a "teardrop fracture", is one of the conditions treated by orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons. This image, taken in September 2006, shows extensive repair work to the rightacetabulum 6 years after it was carried out (2000). Further damage to the joint is visible due to the onset of arthritis - a bone/joint disease. Orthopedic surgery or orthopedics (also spelled orthopaedic...

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Plastic Surgery

 Plastic Surgery Medical science has come a long way over the last few decades and one only needs to look at the state of plastic surgery to be convinced. Plastic surgery is not limited to correcting minor scars anymore but instead now it is also possible to change literally any aspect of physical appearance. The original intention of plastic surgery might have been to help victims of accidents or medical conditions that affect physical attributes, most of the procedures are now performed...

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Cosmetic Surgery

 Catastrophe of Cosmetic Surgery: Effects of Cosmetic Surgery on Health and Financial Status Proposal Catastrophe of Cosmetic Surgery: Effects of Cosmetic Surgery on Health and Financial Status Today, for both males and females, physical beauty is an important aspect of their life. Actually, nobody is perfect, but many people want their beauty enhanced to be more perfect. As a result, they are ready to undergo hurt to get that perfect look. With “cutting edge technology”...

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Plastic Surgery

An Ugly Trend Plastic surgery is defined as repair, restoration, or improvement of lost, injured or defective body parts. It can also be used as a synonym for “fake” or “superficial.” Although the meaning of plastic surgery fluctuates between different people, the origin of the word “plastic” comes from the Greek “plastikos,” meaning "able to be molded.” Throughout history, society values beauty. Individual’s pursuit in self-fulfillment through plastic surgery and restoration is one of the oldest...

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plastic surgery

Akoub December 10, 2012 Plastic Surgery The legend Michael Jackson once said, “You know, let's put it this way, if all the people in Hollywood who have had plastic surgery, if they went on vacation, there wouldn't be a person left in town” (qtd. in “Michael”). Plastic surgery has been very popular and generic throughout the media and with celebrities. Although some people may argue that they have the right to choose what is done to their body, plastic surgery should be restricted because research...

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Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric Surgery Indication: No studies evaluate the commonly used indications for bariatric surgery. Consensus guidelines suggest that the surgical treatment of obesity should be reserved for patients with a body-mass index (BMI) >40 kg/m(2) or with BMI >35 kg/m(2) and 1 or more significant co morbid conditions, when less invasive methods of weight loss have failed and the patient is at high risk for obesity-associated morbidity and mortality (strength of recommendation: C, based on...

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against surgery

plastic surgery •It's the fact that it promotes a continuing descent into all things vain. Rather than accepting their perceived (important keyword) flaws, growing, and developing character, they take a chance going under the knife. Plastic surgery rarely produces the desired results and creates more unhealthy obsession with things that would be relatively trivial in a mentally healthy person with proper priorities. Even if, by some miracle, someone is completely happy with their surgery, it only...

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Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic Surgery The way a woman handles herself is important, according to most Americans. Furthermore, the way a woman looks on the outside surpasses all other qualities. Most women do not realize this, but this is the way in which they place their importance. In a world filled with superficiality, it is not astonishing to think that most women are un-satisfied with their outward appearance. Unhappiness with one’s outward appearance has lead to cosmetic surgery being the only solution. Cosmetic...

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Cosmetic Surgery

development of plastic surgery in recent years has opened larger opportunities for health care professionals to offer a wide range of services to its customers, while the growing popularity and high demand on the services of plastic surgeons stimulated the rapid development of this field of medicine worldwide." according to Thompson (2011). "In fact," he continued "nowadays, plastic surgery becomes accessible to a larger number of people and, instead of the elitist surgery available to only a limited...

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Robotic Surgery

haven’t heard about it before: robotic surgery. Today, I would like to inform you about the definition and the types of robotic surgery, their advantages and their disadvantages. let us start by introducing robotic surgery. Defined by Allrefer.com: « Robotic surgery is a technique in which a surgeon performs surgery using a computer that remotely controls very small instruments attached to a robot». () In his article, What are the types of robotic surgery?, Mike selvon explains about the diverse...

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