Failed Surgical Procedures: Episode 134

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Failed Surgical Procedures

  • Failed surgeries are a tricky subject to discuss. What really does “failed” mean. Does it have to do with the surgery itself? Does it have to do with the results of surgery? Is it a combination?

  • Chip Review @ (21:58): Uhba Foods – Kulhi Faaja – from the Maldives (Thank you Khem)

  • Trivia question of the week @ (19:51): From which city was the Titanic launched?

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Brief overview of the episode:

             This is a complex topic with multiple answer and responses. In this episode we take a fairly broad overview and give a few examples. It is in no way a definitive answer or solution.

             We want to bring this up, as a bit of a thought experiment and to help remind people that surgery is just a part of a solution. Not always the correct stand along answer.

Other episodes you might enjoy:  

 Bunion (Hallux Valgus): Episode 124
Spine Surgery Overview: Episode 80
Pain: Episode 29

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