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You finally made it through a lot of challenges, stiff learning curves, sleepless nights, brain blocking exams, years of burning midnight candles, and all those hardships a typical medical student experiences. Unfortunately, graduating from med school is not the end yet, but the beginning of a more challenging and bigger world of reality. Here are a few tips you can use to prepare yourself for the real world of medicine and surgery.
Plastic surgery is a very common topic nowadays. We have heard a lot of things about it, both good and bad. We've talked to some plastic surgeons and asked them to address some of the myths about plastic surgery. Here are some of the common misconceptions of plastic surgery and the fact behind them.
Orchid Dental Surgical Headlight 65,000 Lux is now available at Schultz Optical. In addition to our wide range of dental loupes and headlight products, we are now offering a new powerful, very lightweight and reliable headlight. Learn more about it here.
As a surgeon, the life of your patients depends on your hands. A single mishandling of surgical tools or a minor error can lead to bigger problems or worse to your patient's death. In order to avoid this, you must be as precise as you can be when performing any surgical procedure. Thankfully, there are now a few medical magnification devices like surgical loupes that surgeons can use for this purpose.
Surgical headlights are manufactured with varied quality of light. When it comes to identifying the quality of light, you need to take a look at some important factors. These factors include the spot size, intensity of light, color temperature, and uniformity of illumination.