A contribution from MS4 Beth Carpenter:
It's been a very busy week with over 25 cases (not counting my own splinterectomy by Dr. Roser). We promise we'll post the rest about our week later today or tomorrow, but in the meantime here are a few photos!
Teaching rounds with Dr. Roser (oral and maxillofacial surgery attending).
Danielle (MS4) closing after a epidermoid inclusion cyst excision with Corinne (MS4) at the head of the bed helping deliver anesthesia!
Stuart (general surgery chief resident) and Danielle (MS4) finishing up an inguinal hernia repair (closely supervised by Dr. Sharma, general surgery attending).
A completely candid photo of Stuart, Dr. Lynde (anesthesiology attending), and Dr. Sharma.
Curtis (scrub tech) being Curtis... He may or may not have yelled at me to bring him more suture prior to this photo being taken.
Jason (nurse) and some of the local Haitian OR staff, including one of our favorite head nurses Ms. Eveline, in between cases. (This may be the only photo I could ever snap of Jason....)
MS4 Stef and Stuart operating on a woman with a ventral hernia.
MS4 Lindsey helping Brian (OMFS chief resident) repair a mandible fracture. Dr. Roser watching in the background.
MS4 Corinne, Dr. Lynde, and the scrub cap of Adam (anesthesiology resident) delivering anesthesia during a general surgery case.
From left, Curtis, Dr. Sharma, Stuart, Louis (nurse), and Uday (MS4) after a fistulotomy and sphincterotomy.
A well-deserved break on Friday at 3pm to get to lunch which was ready at 11:30am.