All setups: Surgical tech mayo stand and back table OR setups

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After incision and dissection the surgeon will start with patella resection. The patella caliper will be used to tell the patella thickness. The patella clamp will be used . . .

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The most common neuroma is found in the foot. They are called a Morton’s neuroma or intermetatarsal neuroma.

For a dorsal approach, the surgeon will make their incision with a 15 blade on the top of the foot. They will dissect down using Adsons, and either Metz or Tenotomy . . .

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An incision will be made around the areola with a 15 blade loaded on a #3 knife handle. Adsons and the bovie will be used to dessert down into the breast tissue. Metz and DeBakeys will also be used.

A variety of retractors will be used, depending on how deep . . .

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A Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy, aka PCNL is performed when a patient forms kidney stones that are too large or too hard to extract through a regular lithotripsy or ureteroscopy. The patient will be positioned prone, and a tube will be placed through the urethra into the kidney so the area can be easily seen under x-ray. […]

Having an understanding of basic instrumentation that you can have available for a surgery is very important. You can use parts of this setup for close to any general surgery. Here are some basic instruments you should feel comfortable putting on your Mayo stand: Clamps: keep in mind the tissue the surgeon will be handling […]

The surgeon will make an inter-nasal incision with a 15 or 11 blade on a #3 knife handle.

A variety of scissors (usually Iris), possible a Cottle, and pickups will be used to separate the nasal mucosal lining from the septum. Skin hooks will be used for retraction. During . . .

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A tympanoplasty is done to reconstruct or fix an eardrum that has a hole in it.

An incision behind the ear will be made with a 15 blade on a #3 knife handle. A periostial elevator will be used to elevate the periosteum. Small scissors such as iris or Jorgensen . . .

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Patients are usually sedated or injected with a local anesthetic. Sometimes they are put under general depending on their circumstances. The surgeon will cut the skin over femoral artery in the groin. Once they dissect down to the artery, they will insert a wire into the femoral artery and pass it up to the aneurysm. […]

To sum up what is happening during an ALIF... the surgeon is working on the spine from the front (anteriorlly) to remove a disc in the lower portion of the spine. A bone graft will be placed where the old disc was removed, and this will force the discs above . . .

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Positioning: Supine with arms out on armbands

Drapes: Towels squaring off site (sometimes attached with a skin stapler or towel clamps), and a breast or universal drape over top

Procedure: The patients are usually intubated with general anesthesia. Incisions can be placed a couple of different places. They can be . . .

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Myringotomies take less than 10 minutes and a microscope will be used. It does not need to be draped.

The ear speculum will be placed in the ear, and the suction will be used to suck out fluid. A curette may be used if there is a lot of earwax . . .

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Colonoscopies are popularly done by an Endo team, but they can also be done in the OR too. The patient is usually sedated and placed on their side. The surgeon will put lubricant on the colonoscope and insert it into the rectum. They will advance the scope through the colon and look for abnormalities. Colonoscopies […]

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