‘Its a sheer egocentricity. But that’s the way it gets done. You can’t hesitate, you've got to go straight in, firmly, confidently. And hope it turns out alright’. George Daniels on precision watch making.
Decision making is arguably the hardest part in cardiac surgery. Taking the right action at the right time can make the difference between life /quality of life and death. Indecisiveness however usually leads to missed windows of opportunity and a spiral of time critical diminishing returns. Would a ‘herd immunity’ plan started at that specific time have been so much worse?