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... the way, and arrived at the conference at about 9am. There, I met up with two of the registrars from East London who had been sponsored to go to the whole thing. It was nice to have some friends!! The conference itself was well organised and very professional. It is still pretty much the Wild West out here with regards to drug companies and surgical industry companies. The stands for each firm were enormous and all very flashy, and the freebies were astounding. I the single day ...
... hours through the forest and countryside which was really lovely. My horse was a gorgeous brunette called Sally. Whenever she threw a strop and refused to move which she did pretty often, I just sang 'Mustang Sally' to her and she started moving again. She must like out of tune English songs. Brin was on a smaller blonde horse who was a bit feistier than old Sally, and kept on wandering off! At least Brin got to trot. I tried to get Sally to and she actually slowed down! ...
... week, we have three 1-2 hour rounds, and patients are discharged quickly. There are about 160 orthopaedic beds, so each round will consist of 30-40 patients. My favourite part is the paediatric ortho ward. They're tough little characters, and there are some pretty amazing recoveries from serious injuries. There is always a smile and lots of shouting as we walk around and plenty of high fives, handshakes and games played. It is also good that a nurse joins us on ...
... to outcomes. It is well known that delayed hip fracture surgery causes higher rates of complications and death (in the UK these are aimed to be done within 48 hrs of admission, latest). The way this differs from home is that the trauma that is admitted on a day is aimed to be done on that day. If it is not done then it gets bumped to the next day and so on. The problem here is that there are only two operating theatres and a trauma intake of around 15 patients per day on ...
... in time, and included tons of treats, some crackers and some other curiosities. Alice is checking the post box every day for her mum's parcel! We then had a braai in the afternoon. The weather wasn't that great so we didn't head to the beach. New Year's Eve was the next big thing, and that was a little less chilled. We went to a lumo party at Yellowsands resort a little bit up the coast, invited by Jason and Heidi. Alice bought us suitably ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service