Medical College Pakistan; Biological and Biomedical Sciences; Surgery
Innovation is the introduction of a new method or technology designed to change the way things are done. History is full of remarkable innovations in surgery over the years as surgeons have always been innovating and pioneering latest techniques and equipment that can benefit the mankind. Though persistent, progress has been far from uniform. Despite all the bells and whistles that these innovations bring to the table, the little acknowledged fact is that they are only accessible to a very small proportion of the global population. Five billion people on this planet do not even have access to an operating room when needed. It has been reported that conditions requiring surgery are responsible for one-third of all the deaths in the world. The current narrative review was planned to focus on the importance of innovations in surgery, to highlight the problems that were faced by resource-restricted countries in the past, and the necessity of innovative solutions to improve global surgical care in the future.
Publication ( Name of Journal)
The Journal of Pakistan Medical Association
Baig, A. M.,
(2022). Innovations in surgery between the past and future: A narrative review of targeted literature. The Journal of Pakistan Medical Association, 72(2), 55-58.
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