Creating Waves of Awareness
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Who of us has lived an entire life without a cut that needed mending, a broken bone, a hospital stay, an emergency room visit or surgery?
Someone please tell what this quote means to you? Is this a joke or sarcasm or do we find some truth in this anonymous statement about four types of care-givers? Luckily, the author does not mention the nurse or mother.
Truly we could use more physicians following the golden rule for not causing any physical, emotional or financial and unwanted pain as stated by ‘FRCS’ in The Times, quoted by Reginald Pound in Harley Street (1967) .
We learn from our personal experiences. First, as a child what impacts our lives, the people in our lives and stirs some motivations and perhaps a career in medicine or specialty field. When we see the artistic and skillful work of a surgeon who sews someone back together to make them whole, or removes a diseased part so that person may live. But, greater than that the person who learns from their adult experience and has a take home message, one to err on the side of caution and patience when time allows. An English proverb says it best, "The best surgeon is one that hath been hacked himself." Thus, he understands the trauma physical, mental and emotional. The surgeon recognizes the aftermath of a surgery and what risks imposed and benefits remain.