"In cases where surgical assistance
is needed, it would be made available immediately."
It seems that the ability to wheedle surgical assistance
is the chief practical criterion that distinguishes "sane" sexual self-mutilators from "insane" ones.
It seems the gaffer in question feels that he can beat the advancing years - and compete with some of the players in the showers - with some, shall we say, surgical assistance
So-called 'telemedicine' is not new, but has up to now been confined to providing communication links and a limited degree of surgical assistance
So-called "telemedicine" is not new, but has up to now been confined to providing communication links and a limited degree of surgical assistance
The research found that voice-controlled robotic arms were useful in eight of the nine different surgical procedures studied, including endoscopic brow and face-lift (facial procedures using an endoscope, a special viewing instrument that allows a surgeon to see images of the body's internal structures through tiny incisions); open brow and face-lift; endoscopic breast augmentation; open breast augmentation; and general surgical assistance
Examples include the greater use of surgical assistance
, more testing, provision of more "incidental" procedures, and fragmentation of billings.
"The College expects surgical assistance
to be carried out by surgeons in training wherever possible.
The hospital's protocols were not followed: the ObGyn should have stopped the procedure and called for extra surgical assistance
and additional blood when he encountered placenta accreta, and again when the patient began to hemorrhage.