As the other programs began winding down for the end of session one, the Medicine Intensive students dove right in to their second series of surgical rounds yesterday afternoon! This time, they focused on dissections, suturing, and phlebotomy skills. They were able to dissect and examine a cow’s eye and a sheep’s brain; they learned how to suture a wound on a pig’s foot with help from Dr. Dan; and they learned how to take blood from a fake arm. The students were all smiles in their scrubs for this amazing activity that gave them first-hand experience in valuable medical skills!

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Photos by Alexandra L Fisher Photography for the NSLC

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