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When surgically repairing the hernia, if the stomach appears viable, you must secure it in the abdominal cavity. To do this, you need to attach, either with sutures or gastric tubes, in at least two locations to prevent the stomach from twisting around a single point of attachment and becoming ischemic (not getting blood/nutrients).
TIL: When doing a post-operative check on a thyroidectomy patient, ask the person to mimic you at various vocal tasks like a singer (e.g. "Repeat after me, 'La la la!' 'Sol sol sol!' 'Mi mi mi!'")