This week Surgery 101 is hosting another excellent educational video produced by one of our amazing medical students from Edmonton.
The video is 'Surgery Aseptic Techniques', by Timothy Chan.
(Video hosted by YouTube, produced by T Chan 2012)
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In this video episode, Dr Jonathan White provides a short guide to the new features of the Surgery 101 website on Wordpress.
After listening to this episode, learners should be able to use the following features of the new site:
Running time 07:25
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This week Surgery 101 is featuring an excellent educational video produced by two of our amazing medical students from Edmonton.
The video is 'The Subcuticular Suture', by Sebastian Vrouwe & Adam Hall (link)
The TinyURL is: http://tinyurl.com/subcutic
After watching this video, learners will be able to:
It has already been watched more than 21,000 times and has been called "best subQ vid on youtube right now"
(Video hosted by YouTube, produced by Vrouwe and Hall 2011, music by Aphex Twin used under fair use provisions for educational purposes)
In this episode, Dr Parveen Boora considers how Surgery 101 got started.
Running time 8:43