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surgeon

1. a medical practioner who specializes in surgery
2. a medical officer in the Royal Navy
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If there's any alteration in a patient's condition, the house surgeon and DNM are called.
After serving as house surgeon at UCH and a period of study in Germany, he was appointed surgical registrar and, at the early age of 28, was put on the staff of UCH as Assistant Surgeon.
Prior to the introduction of the nurse-led programme, clerical staff would attend the pre-admission clinic and once there, patients faced long waits to see the house surgeon scheduled to admit them.
Dr Halpin, an assistant house surgeon at the City of Dublin Hospital, testified that Mrs Sinico had two fractured lower ribs, a severe contusion to the right shoulder, and an injury to the right side of her head, but that '.
After qualification, he worked as a house surgeon in Bart's, gaining more qualifications and experience in various posts, before being appointed the first senior lecturer and later the first reader in the Department of Child Health at Liverpool University.
He later rose to the position of house surgeon at a city hospital.
After returning from his travels, he became house surgeon at the Newcastle Infirmary, whose site was near where the Centre for Life now stands.
He was educated at Cardiff High School and took his first posting at Llandough Hospital and Neath General, where he was a house surgeon.
In one annual report, there is a letter of resignation from a house surgeon at the Wolverhampton Dispensary, dated April 26, 1843.
House Surgeons enjoyed lot of respect so much so that in those days it was said, "There are only two important jobs in Lahore, The Governor and House Surgeon of Mayo Hospital".
House Surgeon, Department of Anaesthesia, Azeezia Medical College and Hospital, Meeyanoor.
As a young house surgeon, I assisted my chief with many such cases over 60 years ago and I can remember well the many hours I spent washing out blood clots and changing catheters on these poor old gentlemen.