A resident is an MD who is completing additional training in their specialty area, usually in a teaching hospital. During their residency program, they care for patients under the supervision of the attending doctor.RelevanceMedical residency is a minimum of three years for primary care physicians and some other specialties, and up to five years for surgical specialties.
In the U.S, there are 300,000 hip fractures a year in people 65 and older, and that number is going up.
The last thing anyone wants to get when they go to the hospital, especially for an elective surgery or procedure, is an infection! If you …