I have visited many operating rooms around the country, and seen many really celebrated surgeons in the operating room. The ones that I admire the most are those who maintain a sort of even pattern of behavior, who treat their assistants and nurses well, and don’t have flights of temperament or anger, and that sort of thing. To me, it just reflects their insecurity. I just don’t believe that that’s the way — the pattern — that I want to follow. I have five junior surgeons who are my associates, and none of them are temperamental. I selected them all because I liked their behavior in the operating room. In another institution, right here in our medical center, the surgeons are highly temperamental, and there are all sorts of histrionics going on in the operating room. You don’t see that at the Texas Heart Institute.