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  1. Intraocular Lens — 2018-07-10 08:26:02
    …kpit canopy, and splinters of perspex had destroyed one eye and severely damaged the other. Ridley was a member of the surgical team treating young pilots at Moorfields, and noticed the fact that, although the patient's better eye was peppered wit…
    …/an ophthalmic surgeon's job was to take material out of the eye, not to put it in//'; ~ and '//the operation demanded surgical skills on such a level that success would always be doubtful.//' == Overseas == As early as 1952 he would fly to New …
    … high as possible.** == Recognition in the End == Intraocular lens implant is now the **most commonly performed** eye surgical procedure. **More than 6 million lenses are implanted every year.** Ridley gave this to the world **for free**. Ridley…
  2. Antiseptic — 2017-10-22 20:52:56
    … was a British surgeon who pioneered **antiseptic surgery**. Lister successfully introduced carbolic acid to sterilise surgical instruments and to clean wounds, which led to a reduction in infections and made surgery safer for patients. Lister wa…
    …are that creosote was used to preserve wood and treating sewage. Lister tested the results of spraying instruments, the surgical incisions, and dressings with a solution of **carbolic acid**. Lister found that the solution swabbed on wounds remarka…
  3. Hip Replacement — 2017-05-23 19:59:08
    … hip replacement operation is seen as a landmark in 20th-century surgery, and is now one of the most performed elective surgical procedures in the world. Each year 35,000 hips are replaced in England and Wales on the NHS, and close to 300,000 THAs …

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