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Answer: Surgeons are not barred from performing surgeries simply becausethey have been sued. In fact, a lot of surgeons have severallawsuits going on at any given time. They only need to stopperforming surgeries if their license is revoked or if a courtorders so.
Answer: You should decide on the function of the knife, and select the knife to meet the job. Survival knives tend to be big and mean looking, as if they were looking for a fight. This often makes them too large to be of most practical use. Choose a size and blade design to fit the expected job.
If it is somewhat high, 200-300 range then there is not much risk during the surgery. The anesthesiologist may need to give some additional fluid. If it is higher than that they often can control it with some insulin before the surgery or delay the surgery if possible (that may not always be best).
The bigger risk is in the recovery. High sugars impede healing and predispose to infection.
Answer: [THE BELOW ANSWER IS FOR REPLACING BLADE, NOT NEW BLADE AS THE PERSON ASKED]
1. Make absolutely certain that the saw is UNPLUGGED!
2. Are you SURE the saw is UNPLUGGED???
3. Open the guard and place a small piece of wood into the teeth of the blade so as to hold it in one place.
4. Use the flat wrench which came with the saw or a box wrench of appropriate size to unscrew the bolt which secures the blade to the saw motor shaft. This bolt is probably a "left hand thread". Meaning it unscrews in the opposite direction from normal bolts (Remember "Leftie Loosie, Rightie Tighty? Reverse that)
5. Carefully lift the blade away from the saw motor shaft after catching the unscrewed bolt in your fingers.
6. Place the replacement blade onto the shaft, making sure that if there is a diamond shaped metal insert there, that it fits the shaft. Some blades have inserts, some do not.
7. Tighten the bolt back onto the shaft remembering that it is a Left-Hand Thread and tighten in the opposite direction of a normal bolt.
8. Tighten the bolt firmly, but not "too tight"
9. If the bolt is too loose you will know it when you attempt to saw as the blade will slip. Just re-tighten the bolt at that time after unplugging the saw prior to using the wrench on the bolt again.
Answer: Yes, Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.), if they have passedtheir licensure examinations and trained in a surgical residency,can perform surgery. Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine can pursueresidency training in the United States in any medical field.
Answer: Specialist radiologists generally do not perform surgery.
Surgeons or doctors who do radiology may perform surgery.
Radiology does not normally involve a knife and thus surgery, unless referring to laser or gamma rays, in which case the medical actions performed may be referred to as surgery.