On the 20th of December, biology students from Year 12 and Year 13 visited Son Llàtzer, where they saw several operations, including ophthalmological and gynecological interventions. The visit to the hospital was a great experience for the students, as they got to see what actually happens in real operating theatres and how the surgeons and other medical staff work. Even though some of them had to leave the operation room as they were dizzy, they all agree with the fact that it was fantastic to see surgeons in action and to hear the surgeon’s explanations as he was operating.
The sixth form students will visit the hospital again later this month in order to learn how to stitch tissues and learn even more about life as doctors.
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