The patient, in her hour of need, has no alternative but to place her faith and trust in her medical practitioner the moment he prepares his surgical instrument to begin the operation that could save her life. Little does she know or appreciate in her time of trauma that the medical practitioner could also be enduring a period of stress. But then again, perhaps not. From the earliest days of the young doctor’s practical training, it is make or break. Will this doctor have the becalming nerve to use his surgical instrument with a steady hand?
Or will he crack under the pressure? More often than not, dedicated professionals come through. And after years of experience in their vocation, they are even more reassured, continuing to instill calm over their patients. It is not so much the faith they have come to place in advanced sets of medical equipment these days powered by digital technologies and the laser. The fact remains, more intricate procedures are still required from the practiced and calm hand. And these procedures require the use of those handheld instruments.
They always seem to work and they never fail doctor or patient. In large measure, unbeknown to the distressed patient perhaps, this has something to do with the surgical instrument repair companies the doctors have come to bank their practice on. Their technicians never fail. They are as astute as the doctors in terms of knowledge of practical, surgical procedures. If not that, they enter the specialized profession having already served time in a similar technical environment that requires precision and cool heads.
Time is of the essence. Technicians reciprocate impeccably to no more than two day deadlines. Instruments, when repaired, are returned as good as new.