Monthly Archives: March 2015

Are you counting marbles? I Do! (March 22, 2015)

ROJoson Counting Marbles @65to75@520 Counting marbles is about reminding us of the limited time that we have on earth and that we should make each week and day count as much as possible in terms of doing what matters most … Continue reading

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A Patient with Dysphagia – ROJoson Facilitating Learning Session – 1999

A Patient with Dysphagia Facilitating Learning Session with Participants (mostly surgical trainees with some certified general surgeons) in the Postgraduate Course of the Department of Surgery, Philippine General Hospital Manila September 7, 1999 9 Participants Drs. Randy Abdulla, Janice Maddela, … Continue reading

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Bath After an Operation Advised To Reduce Risk for Infection on Operative Site and Use of Regular Bar Soaps

Taking a full-body bath and making a focused washing of the operative site reduce the risk of infection on the operative site.  Thus, it is advised for patients to do this after an operation. The full-body bath and  focused washing … Continue reading

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Wounds can be wet – ROJoson’s 3rd time around on the web

Wounds can be wet – ROJoson’s 3rd time around on the web Posted on March 10, 2015 Another reminder Wounds can be wet – ROJoson’s 2nd time around on the web Posted on April 30, 2012by reyojoson Last September to October, … Continue reading

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How Dr. ROJoson Usually Does His Modified Radical Mastectomy – From Dr. Joyce Epili

Below is a write-up by Dr. Joyce Epili, a surgical resident from Manila Medical Center, who assisted me in my modified radical mastectomy recently. I asked for this write-up as my additional teaching tool for Joyce.  With this write-up, I … Continue reading

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Bath Before an Operation Advised To Reduce Risk for Infection on Operative Site and Use of Regular Bar Soaps

Taking a full-body bath and making a focused washing of the planned operative site reduce the risk of infection on the operative site.  Thus, it is advised for patients to do this before an operation. The full-body bath and  focused … Continue reading

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Common Cold vs Flu

Common Cold vs Flu Reynaldo O. Joson, MD March 9, 2015 On March 3 to 4, 2015, I had some degree of tolerable sore throat with grayish phlegm in the morning when I cleared my throat.  March 5 to 6, … Continue reading

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