Surgery Paper Samples

Modifying Natural Processes Advantages and Disadvantages

It is said that beauty is God-given. That beauty is naturally inherited. It’s all in the genes. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Some are said to have won the DNA lottery. These are all words used to describe how beauty is found within a person. The truth...

Designing Women: Cultural Hegemony and the Exercise of Power

The article written by Particia Gagne and Deana McGaughey (2002) is aimed at examining the attitudes of women who underwent elective mammoplasty. The authors argue that women can achieve great empowerment when they reach the standards set for feminine beauty. It is their main motive for having mammoplasty. Nevertheless, at...

The Consequences of Lobotomy

Introduction Lobotomy is the traditional brain surgical procedure that was used to treat those with severe mental illness. The process involved drilling through the frontal lobe of the brain using an orbitoclast, an instrument similar to the ice pick (Banich, 2011). The aim of the process was to cause disconnections...

Evidence-Based Clinical Intervention in Umbilical Hernia

The Medical Problem Umbilical hernia is one of the medical conditions that majorly affect infants. Shahani, Vaswani, and Nizamani (2015) note that “the condition arises when the abdominal wall layers don’t join completely, and the intestine or other tissues from inside the abdominal cavity bulge through the weak spot around...

The Intraoperative Setting: Performing a Time Out

Introduction In the intra-operative setting, even the slightest mistakes may lead to a profoundly adverse impact on the patient outcomes. It is most unfortunate that errors still do occur in that setting, and some of them are not minor. For instance, sometimes a wrong operation is performed on a patient;...

Right Hemicolectomy: Care Plans

Plan of Action for a Right Hemicolectomy Hemicolectomy is a complex surgical intervention, and after it has been performed, pain is a regular symptom. According to Olson and Heise (2016), during a postoperative period, the most frequent complication is the suppuration of the operative wound of the abdominal wall. Also,...

Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Surgery Issues

Major Factors There are several major factors that are likely to increase the risk that the patient may have pelvic organ prolapse. First and foremost, is may appear owing to the fact that the patient’s muscles, pelvic fascia, and ligaments have weakened as a result of negative effects produced by...

Clinical Practice Guideline: Analysis and Application

Surgical site infections are among the most critical issues in the contemporary health care setting. They can occur prior, post, and during the actual surgery or intervention, and they can frequently lead to severe health complications (Kim et al., 2015). This problem is actual for the majority of healthcare institutions...