Day two of surgeries started with scheduling changes made the previous night and again this morning. It’s not unusual during a mission as some patients don’t arrive on time, or may have had something to eat or drink which makes it dangerous to preform surgery. The safety of the patients come first and foremost when considering the schedule.
The pre-op and post op wards erupted with lively interactions when the team arrived this morning for rounds. Patients and families were filled with questions and concerns addressed by Rotaplast doctors as they made their way through the wards.
Faizah, 9 years old relaxes surrounded by his family after a good night rest. a burn scare contracture was released from his arm yesterday. His sister loved having her picture taken!