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

Surgery Steps: An incision is made into the scrotum, and the testis and spermatic cord are located. The hydrocele is nicked and the fluid will need to immediately be suctioned out. The doctor will ensure hemostasis, and closure will begin.    Extra Equipment: Suction, ESU   Drapes: Folded towel under scrotum, folded towels around surgical site, laparotomy drape […]

Surgery Steps: The foreskin is retracted and smegma is wiped away. A cut is made on the ventral side of the foreskin, and another cut made on the opposite side of the foreskin. Mosquitos are sometimes placed for easy retraction from the assistant. The foreskin is cut around the circumference, meeting at the two cuts that […]

Surgery Steps: The cervix is visualized by placing a weighted speculum into the vagina. A tenaculum is used to grasp the cervix. Dilators may be used along with the uterine sound. An incision is made and dissection is used to expose ligaments. This is when all clamps, forceps, and retractors . . .

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Surgery Steps: A 15 or 10 blade will be used to make usually a transverse or median incision. The doctor will dissect down into the pelvis using metzenbaum scissors, DeBakeys, and a variety of clamps. Retraction will be maintained by using possibly a weitlaner, or different sized richardsons. The fallopian . . .

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Surgery Steps: The scalpel will be used to make approximately 3-4 incisions to insert trocars. A Verres needle may be introduced into the umbilical incision to introduce CO2 into the abdomen. With this method, a Kelley and two towel clips should be available to insert the Verres needle. A syringe of saline may also be needed […]

Surgery Steps: The scalpel will be used to make approximately 3-4 incisions to insert trocars. A Verres needle may be used to introduce CO2 into the abdomen. With this method, a Kelley and two towel clips should be available to insert the Verres needle. A syringe of saline may also be needed after inserting the Verres […]

Hemorrhoids are enlarged, swollen veins around the anus and rectum. They usually aren’t dangerous, but do cause discomfort. Some people don’t know that they have them. They usually pop up from too much straining while going to the restroom. This surgery will take less than an hour. It is not considered sterile since the hemorrhoids […]

Surgery Steps: The doctor will make their incision in close proximity of where they are taking the biopsy. They may use either a 15 or 10 blade depending on the size of the incision. For retraction, senns, rakes, or skin hooks may be used for small incisions. For a bigger incision, army-navys or Richardsons make be […]

All of the cords and suction will be passed off after draping the patient. The surgeon will stand on the side where they are making an incision, and the tech will be on the opposite side with their Mayo stand and table. Surgery Steps: Usually a McBurney incision is made in the lower right abdomen […]

Surgery Steps:  The scalpel usually an 11 blade, will be used to make approximately 3-4 incisions to insert trocars. A Verres needle may be introduced into the umbilical incision to introduce CO2 into the abdomen. With this method, a Kelley and two towel clips should be available to insert the Verres needle. A syringe of […]

Surgery Steps: An incision is made to make the small bowel accessible, usually with a 10 blade. The mesentery will be cut into and dissected, all while maintaining hemostasis. The affected part of small bowel is found, and removed, usually using either a TA or GIA stapler to connect the two ends of small bowel back […]

Surgery Steps: A 15 or 10 blade will be used to make usually a transverse or median incision. The doctor will dissect down into the pelvis using metzenbaum scissors, DeBakeys, and a variety of clamps. Retraction will be maintained by using possibly a weitlaner, different sized richardsons, and possibly a . . .

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