3 Tips for Surgical Anatomy – Medarchitect

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3 Tips for Surgical Anatomy

Surgery has many small skills, if you can apply it skillfully, it will have a great effect, play a multiplier role, and make the surgical operation faster and easier.

Skin incision and organ incision

Skin incision is the beginning of surgery. "A good start is half the success." The surgical operation is no exception. After the operation, the skin incision wound is exposed. The appearance of the skin incision marks has a great mental impact on the patient. The quality of surgical techniques other than surgical incisions is not clear except for the surgical team. However, it is common to evaluate the surgeon's technique only by skin incisions. Therefore, skin incisions must not be underestimated.

1.Prevent the incision from bending like a snake

It is not easy to make a completely straight incision. Even if you make a mark in advance and make an incision along the mark, it will be invisible because the wrist holding the scalpel will block the mark. The way to avoid this kind of blind incision is to put the tip of the finger on the target, aim at the fingertip and move it, and cut along the direction of the fingertip to eliminate the snake shape.

2.The navelis the North Star of the abdomen

Patients with obesity or fat accumulation often find it difficult to determine the median position of the abdominal wall when the abdominal wall is opened. When the abdominal wall fat accumulates and it is difficult to locate the median incision, the abdomen is generally leftward. But no matter what the belly is in the middle of the abdomen is the same.

3.Press the scalpel when dissecting important organs

Do not use too much force when dissecting important organs. It should be done little by little. It is best to pull out the scalpel from time to time, but subtle movements are difficult. Therefore, correct movements are necessary for dissection and instant stop. It is common practice to pull out the scalpel while dissecting, but it is difficult to pull out and then enter in situ. To do this, you should not pull out the scalpel when cutting, but press to cut, lay the scalpel flat, and hold the blade to cut.