Surgeon X Comic

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#SurgeonX is a new comic series set against the backdrop of an antibiotic apocalypse in near future London, available as a unique app as well as print. Written by newcomer Sara Kenney, art by John Watkiss & edited by Karen Berger. The comic and the app were created through the support of the world renowned medical charity the #WellcomeTrust The app uses the #WOWvu platform to incorporate video, audio, original music & more and is available in the Appstore and Google Play Marketplace #Comic

#SurgeonX is a new comic series set against the backdrop of an antibiotic apocalypse in near future London, available as a unique app as well as print. Written by newcomer Sara Kenney, art by John Watkiss & edited by Karen Berger. The comic and the app were created through the support of the world renowned medical charity the #WellcomeTrust The app uses the #WOWvu platform to incorporate video, audio, original music & more and is available in the Appstore and Google Play Marketplace #Comic

medicalstate: A Brief Guide to Sutures. If I planned to go into surgery, I would learn more of these. My current repertoire consists of the simple (over and inverted), subcuticular, horizontal mattress, vertical mattress, and lock-stitch sutures. This set of skills takes care of most problems.

medicalstate: A Brief Guide to Sutures. My current repertoire consists of the simple (over and inverted), subcuticular, horizontal mattress, vertical mattress, and lock-stitch sutures. This set of skills takes care of most problems.

My parents told me to marry a doctor. Instead I became one.

Doctor marriage : Our society places huge emphasis on how women should be selective on who they marry based on careers. This is unacceptable, as women can choose to marry who ever they choose, or be whoever they want to be.

The only female surgeon on a team of 100 discusses the world's most complex face transplant surgery

Alexes Hazen talks about the training and preparation for Patrick Hardison's extensive face transplant surgery.

In 1950, Dr. Helen Dickens was the first African American woman admitted to the American College of Surgeons. The daughter of a former slave, she would sit at the front of the class in medical school so that she would not be bothered by the racist comments and gestures made by her classmates. By 1969 she was associate dean in the Office for Minority Affairs at the University of Pennsylvania, and within five years had increased minority enrollment from three students to sixty-four.

Helen Dickens first African American woman allowed in American College of Surgeons! She sat in front of the classroom to avoid listening to racial insults against her! Daughter of a former slave!

Dr. Velma Scantlebury is the first African American female transplant surgeon in America. She is currently the associate director of the Kidney Transplant Program at Christiana Care in Delaware. With more than 200 live donor kidney transplants under her career, she holds extensive research credit in African American kidney donation.

Velma Scantlebury is the first African American female transplant surgeon in America. She is currently the associate director of the Kidney Transplant Program at Christiana Care in Delaware. With more than 200 live donor kidney transplants under her c

Dr. Dorothy Lavinia Brown (January 7, 1919 – June 13, 2004, also known as "Dr. D.", was an African-American surgeon, legislator, and teacher. She was the first female surgeon of African-American ancestry from the Southeastern United States. She was also the first African American to serve in the Tennessee General Assembly having been elected to the Tennessee House of Representatives.

Dorothy Lavinia Brown was a Bennett and Meharry alum who was the first African American woman surgeon in the South as well as the first African American woman to serve in the Tennessee state legislature.