Frightening experience: pre-surgery antibiotics had not been given, and I was frantically speaking to Dr. Odom about this in the OR. Instead of addressing my concern, he clamped the face mask on me. No antibiotics, the administration of which had been agreed to by the surgeon long before the surgery, were given. He also refused to give them after the surgery, and the nurses had to reach the surgeon to have them administered then. He was not only impolite, to say the least, but put my health in jeopardy by refusing to administer the agreed-upon antibiotics.
Posted: 5/05/2015 • Link to this review
Emory University School Of Medicine 1990