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Another theatre memory


In my job I was often called to theatre to provide real time fluoroscopic imaging during orthopaedic surgery. The work varied a little but mainly it was elderly patients for DHS (Dynamic Hip Screws) following a fracture of the neck of femur … Continue reading

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How to Keep a Straight Face When Your Patient is Buzzing


I was a radiographer still in my first year so technically a probationer. I had just really started doing out of hours, had the odd drunk making lurid suggestions and coped well maintaining a professional face throughout. It’s amazing how … Continue reading

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