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Profile of Dr.Laurelee Menzies
Profile of Dr.Ken Sheperd
Examining the abdomen
Operation table: the first drawer
Operation table: the second drawer
Going to the medical school
Meeting a new patient.
In the hallway
In the OR
One of our patients...
Checking our patient
Following the courses
Demonstration of bradycardia on the EKG. Use atropine to correct.
Appendectomy 101. Scrub up, disinfect and drape the patient's skin.
Make a McBurney's incision with the scalpel. Clamp and cauterize any bleeders.
Use the spreader to get to the underlying layer of fat. Repeat the above for the fat and muscle layers.
There's the appendix, under the peritoneum.
Scrape the peritoneum, clamp that spot, use the scalpel to start a hole. Cut diagonally with the scissors.
Get a sample of the black (infected) fluid, then suction it out.
Flip the cecum out with your gloves, pack it with gauze, lift the appendix with a clamp.
Med school again... cut here with the scalpel to reveal the mesoappendix artery.
Suture that artery, then cut away the mesoappendix membrane.
Clamp the appendix high and low. Tie it off with a purse string suture.
Cut the appendix. It's outta there, and it didn't rupture. (Phew!)
Put a Z-string suture on the remaining hole in the cecum. Remove the gauze.
Remove the spreader and suture the peritoneum.
Suture the transversus muscle layer, then the oblique, then the subcutaneous fat.
Use skin clips on the outer layer. Stick in fork in this patient - he's done!
Hello nurse! Dr. Quackjob reporting for duty
Staff room has a nice FM Towns computer
Ah, ain't that sweet - a get well card. Hmmm, why are both cars here red? My doctor senses are tingling...
Examination time. The only thing I understood is the exclamation mark but the font is RED so that must mean... he's a commie spy
Clipboard, let's see here... X marks the spot, eh
The plot thickens, X-Ray reveals that the patient has bones in his body... fascinating
Ultrascan with the trusty Ultraviewer 7000 reveals more... red
Prepare him for operation
Why the sour face, boss? Haven't you heard of the saying "better dead than red"?
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