Rise of surgical instruments forgotten in Canadian patients: report


A new report has shown an alarming spike in the number of surgical instruments being forgotten in Canadian patients.

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13 Comments on "Rise of surgical instruments forgotten in Canadian patients: report"

  1. You think third world doctor care

  2. USA doctors need more training from other country

  3. should blame the medical school.

  4. Giorgi George Kandelaky-Nudel | November 8, 2019 at 5:00 PM | Reply

    why am I not surprised?

  5. That should never be. Auto mechanics can do better. Surgeons need to take a drug test before entering OR’s.

  6. Short Staff

  7. Socialist healthcare got to luv it

  8. Professional Dabber | November 9, 2019 at 8:27 AM | Reply

    I’m willing to bet they were almost all diversity hires.

  9. Anastasia Mitsos | November 10, 2019 at 5:49 PM | Reply

    This is not a mistake…. this is a criminal… what kind doctors are they??? They are butcher’s, aren’t professional doctors… are ignorant, and Rookies, what kind diploma do they have, operating animals for sure

  10. Welcome to Canada!

  11. There is a racing increase of doctors undercharging patients due to there being lots of checks and balances that these highly trained professionals encounter everyday while working in highly stressful environments. Hundreds of dollars are being accidentally left off of the medical bills. LOL.

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