Most readers here would have had enjoyed numerous festive seasons. For me, the Christmas season is most meaningful of all festivities, perhaps by virtue of my Christian faith. It is a timely reminder of why Christmas existed in the first place and the implications the birth of Jesus Christ, His life and the reason why He died on the cross, have for the entire human race. A.D. 2009 will be over in a few days. It might even be over by the time you chance upon my humble little blog. A.D. is medieval Latin for Anno Domini and can be translated as In the year of (the/Our) Lord.For medical professionals, the duty of care to patients does not cease just because of a festive season. Patients do not cease to require medical attention just because everyone is enjoying their holiday……
Monday, December 28, 2009
Updated 3/2017-- photos and all links (except to my own posts) removed as many no longer active. and it was easier than checking each one.
Jeffrey, Vagus surgicalis, is the host of this edition of SurgeXperiences. Here is the beginning of this edition which you can read here (photo credit).
The host of the next edition (314) has not been announced, but don’t let that keep you from making your submissions. The deadline for submissions is midnight on Friday, January 8th. Be sure to submit your post via this form.
SurgeXperiences is a blog carnival about surgical blogs. It is open to all (surgeon, nurse, anesthesia, patient, etc) who have a surgical blog or article to submit.
Here is the catalog of past SurgeXperiences editions for your reading pleasure. If you wish to host a future edition, please contact Jeffrey who runs the show here.