Cyborg

It strikes me that “robotic” might be doing a lot of work here.

It could be referring to the surgery, the new hip or the patient himself.  Then again, who’s to say it’s not all three?

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14 responses to “Cyborg

  1. 81Dog

    Speedy recovery to coach Saban, but some told me once he’d be an ideal heart donor because his has never been used.

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  2. Hogbody Spradlin

    And there were 10 assistant surgeons in the OR, and 140 analysts viewing through the glass.

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  3. He was probably talking sarcastically to the robot during the surgery.

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  4. GruvenDawg

    For some reason I keep hearing the “Six million dollar man” theme music.

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  5. No coke bottle present…pure rat poison i tell you!

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  6. Mikey

    Haha now that Cyborg was funny. Actually my older brother had hip replacement surgery. Dr. Raymond Hui did it. Great Orthopedic surgeon in Lawrenceville

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  7. Cojones

    Guess you have to be an old fart to know that most surgeries involve robots nowadays. Friends with recent surgeries for hip, heart and gut tumor have all had robotic surgery – successfully.

    The surgeons don’t have to touch the icky stuff and have a free hand for the nurses, besides, how do you sue a robot?

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    • Mikey

      Yeah and they making big money. I should have become a Orthopedic surgeon. Hell I think brother total bill was close to $50,000 yeah it was close that

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    • Mikey

      That Dr. Hui in Lawrenceville that did my brother hip replacement is probably the most expensive but he did a great job. I was there the whole time and went through the process and all. I think the physical therapy was sorta tough on him but he got through with it and he’s walking around good he’s walking a cane but he’s not sore and hurting like he was

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  8. Russ

    I welcome our robot overlords.

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  9. Daniel Simpson Day

    The robot for ortho lines up the joint with more precision than a standard hip or knee. Similar to the navigation used in ENT surgery and the opposite of the robotic surgery for a abdominal case. Think GPS for the joint.

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