Synsets for "surgical"

Synset: surgical.a.01

Synonyms: surgical

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: of or relating to or involving or used in surgery

Examples: surgical instruments | surgical intervention

Lemmas: surgical

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Antonyms: nonsurgical

    

Synset: surgical.a.02

Synonyms: surgical

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: relating to or requiring or amenable to treatment by surgery especially as opposed to medicine

Examples: a surgical appendix | a surgical procedure | operative dentistry

Lemmas: surgical operative

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Antonyms: medical

    

Synset: surgical.s.03

Synonyms: surgical

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: performed with great precision

Examples: a surgical air strike

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Surgical technologist Surgical technologists are individuals with specialized education who function as members of the surgical team in the role of scrub person. With additional education and training, some surgical technologists function in the role of surgical first assistant. Surgical technology programs are inspected by the Accreditation Review Committee on Education in Surgical Technology—a collaborative effort of the Association of Surgical Technologists and the American College of Surgeons, under the auspices of the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. Accredited programs provide both didactic education and supervised clinical experience based on a core curriculum for surgical technology.
Surgical lighting A surgical light – also referred to as an operating light or surgical lightheadis a medical device intended to assist medical personnel during a surgical procedure by illuminating a local area or cavity of the patient. A combination of several surgical lights is often referred to as a “surgical light system”.
Surgical technologist Graduates of accredited surgical technology programs are eligible for certification by the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA), an administratively independent body from the Association of Surgical Technologists consisting of representative Certified Surgical Technologists, a surgeon, and the public.
Surgical Infections Surgical Infections is a peer-reviewed medical journal published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. It is the official journal of the Surgical Infection Society, the Surgical Infection Society Europe, the Surgical Infection Society Latin America, and the Chinese Society of Surgical Infection and Intensive Care.
Surgical pathology There are two major types of specimens submitted for surgical pathology analysis: "biopsies" and "surgical resections."
Spinal stenosis Treatment options are either surgical or non-surgical. Overall evidence is inconclusive whether non-surgical or surgical treatment is the better for lumbar spinal stenosis.
Surgeon's assistant A surgeon's assistant, also surgical care practitioner, surgical first assistant or surgical assistant, assists with surgery during a surgical operation under the direction of a surgeon.
Intuitive Surgical Intuitive Surgical Inc. is an American corporation that manufactures robotic surgical systems, most notably the da Vinci Surgical System. The "da Vinci" Surgical System allows surgery to be performed using robotic manipulators. The company is part of the NASDAQ-100 and S&P 500. Intuitive Surgical has installed over 1,242 systems worldwide as of July, 2009. Computer Motion was a competitor that merged with Intuitive Surgical in 2003.
Da Vinci Surgical System The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared the da Vinci Surgical System in 2000 for adult and pediatric use in urologic surgical procedures, general laparoscopic surgical procedures, gynecologic laparoscopic surgical procedures, general non-cardiovascular thoracoscopic surgical procedures and thoracoscopically assisted cardiotomy procedures. The FDA also cleared the da Vinci System to be employed with adjunctive mediastinotomy to perform coronary anastomosis during cardiac revascularization.
Medical-surgical nursing Many years ago a majority of hospital nurses worked on wards, and everyone was a medical-surgical nurse. Today licensed medical-surgical nurses work in a variety of positions, inpatient clinics, emergency departments, HMO’s, administration, out patient surgical centers, home health care, humanitarian relief work, ambulatory surgical care, and skilled nursing homes. Some military medical-surgical nurses serve on battlefields.
American Surgical Association The American Surgical Association is the nation's "oldest and most prestigious surgical organization".
Unison Healthcare Group 2009: UHG's subsidiary Unison Surgical acquired distribution rights from Intuitive Surgical da Vinci Surgical System and IMRIS.
Surgical nursing Theatre nurses are part of the perioperative surgical team, they work alongside surgeons, surgical technician, nurse anaesthetists and nurse practitioners.
Intuitive Surgical The da Vinci Surgical System is a robotic surgical system. The system is controlled by a surgeon from a console.
Surgical emergency Surgical emergency is a medical emergency for which immediate surgical intervention is the only way to solve the problem successfully.
Surgical stress Surgical stress is the systemic response to surgical injury and is characterized by activation of the sympathetic nervous system, endocrine responses as well as immunological and haematological changes. Measurement of surgical stress is used in anaesthesia, physiology and surgery.
Surgical planning The surgical planning is the preoperative method of pre-visualising a surgical intervention, in order to predefine the surgical steps and furthermore the bone segment navigation in the context of computer-assisted surgery.
Josef E. Fischer American Surgical Association Medallion for Surgical Research (2008)
Surgical knot Surgical knots are known since the first century when it was described by Greek physician Heraklas in a monograph on surgical knots and slings. In the past, the training of astronauts has included the tying of surgical knots.