Vol 1 | Issue 2 | Oct – Dec 2015 | page: 1 | Pinky Thapar.
Author: Dr. Pinky Thapar.
Chief Editor – International journal of surgical cases
International Journal of Surgical Cases: A New Beginning
At the outset, Wish you all A very “Happy New Year”. May this new year englighten us in Patient management so that we can perform our duties with more compassion. The editorial board is surprised and pleased with the overwhelming response from acroos the Globe. I owe this to all readers and supporters of this journal. I must thank all the reviewers for taking out time and maintaining the quality of the journal. Each one of us are empowered with unique sense of abilities. Science has proved that we use only 5-10 % of our grey matter for routine daily activities. Rest is stagnant and dormant. In surgical branch, we get so used to our daily outpatient clinic, surgeries, rounds , that we ignore or disregard to document intersting scenarios. The carft of surgery can be improvised by artistic mind and constant vigilance for documentation. This takes little extra effort but has a far more benefit not just for our self growth but also for the rest surgical community. Humble request to all readers is start documenting their findings. We wish to add a new subheading from the forthcoming issue titled as “Intra-operative Surprises”
I invite all to share their experiences.
|How to Cite this Article: Thapar P. International Journal of Surgical Cases: A New Beginning. International Journal of Surgical Cases 2015 Oct-Dec;1(2): 1.