Rare Tumor (LAMN)
Rare Tumor (LAMN)

Sean's Medical Journal - Part 3

Published on: November 11, 2014 at 18:52:22 Viewed 146

colonoscopy surgery, rare tumor, herniated discs, health filmmaking

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Rare Tumor Community / Sean's Medical Journal Entry III - My Bedside Equipment

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My Bedside Equipment in this video (part I of II) shot in the middle of the night only 7 hours after my surgery I ask my night nurse (who was extraordinary through out some of the toughest nights) to explain the medical diagnostic equipment and the breathing instrument I'm prescribed to improve my breathing over time. This equipment provided to be critical during my stay in communicating information about vital signs and dosing of medication including pain medications. I was admitted to Mount Sinai, Upper East Side, New York City under the care of Sergey Khaitov, M.D. F.A.C.S., Assistant Professor of Surgery in the Department of Colon Rectal Surgery (visit www.mountsinai.org)

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  • Sean Moloney 21 November 2014, 9:17
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