Becoming a Doctor: A Journey of Initiation in Medical School - Study Guide Obstetrics: The Anatomical Volcano Summary & Analysis

Melvin Konner
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Konner looked forward to the privilege of working in obstetrics where delivering babies is an emergency situation in which the event was urgent and dangerous but usually had a positive result. Dr. Suskauer worked as an engineer before he became a doctor and head of the course. Other members of the group included Tom Raleigh, a second-year resident, and chief resident Frank Caggiola. The ward had labor rooms off the main corridor where patients could settle in bed to undergo labor and await delivery that was the second stage of labor. Babies were delivered in a specially equipped operating room where normal deliveries to emergency hysterectomies could be performed. Konner had researched reproductive biology and helped his wife in her two labors. His personal feelings were that obstetrics and gynecology should be done by women and labor and delivery...

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