Practice Makes Perfect: Essential Knowledge for Anyone Facing Surgery or Any Medical Procedure

As every new technology comes on the medical scene, both patients and their doctors can too easily be dazzled by the promise of something new and better. This is especially true with minimally invasive surgery of any kind. The promise is: Smaller cuts in your body, quicker recovery time, fewer complications. So what's not to like? If you knew the surgeon about to cut you open had trained for your case with only a single weekend course with the manufacturer, and that he or she had done maybe a handful of the same procedure since that weekend, would you hesitate before signing the consent form? You should.

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