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Titre A Stitch in Time [videorecording] / Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Éditeur Toronto : Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 1986
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Collection The Fifth Estate
Sujet anglais Hernia -- Surgery -- Ontario -- Markham
Hospitals -- Ontario -- Markham
Health education
Medical sciences
Health services administration
Collaboration Gartner, Hana journalist
James, George director
Fripp, Robert production coordinator
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Description 1 streaming video (16 min 02 sec)
Durée 001602
Note From the Curio.ca streaming audio-visual collection.
Available for the subscribers of Bibliothèques de Montréal [QMBM]
Director: James, George ; Production Coordinator: Fripp, Robert.
Distribution Journalist: Gartner, Hana.
Résumé The Shouldice Hospital is world famous for its successful hernia surgery and its policy of getting patients back on their feet within hours - rather than the typical weeks - of a hernia operation. In this documentary, The Fifth Estate visits Shouldice Hospital in its country-club setting north of Toronto, following a patient from arrival to departure, through two operations in which the Shouldice technique of repairing torn muscles with stainless steel is demonstrated. Thousands of patients from around the world, especially the U.S., come to Shouldice Hospital and reunite at the hospital's annual reunion and check-up.
Note Mode of access : Web
Langue In English.
Note Source of description from Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Type doc. Internet resource
Note Episode Title : A Stitch in Time
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