Surgery Safety Matters
There is a common saying in real estate that the 3 most important considerations are Location, Location, and Location. True in real estate, and true as well, to some degree at least, where cosmetic surgery safety practices are concerned.
A SMOOTH TRANSITION
This paid off when recently a patient developed difficulty in maintaining adequate oxygen saturation after surgery. The operation and anesthesia were uneventful. But when the patient was awakening she showed signs of severe limitation in the oxygen saturation of her blood. As a safety precaution, the breathing tube was reintroduced and plans were made to transfer her to the hospital.