If you aren’t making mistakes - then you are staying inside your comfort zone. The only way to grow is to push the boundaries of your capabilities. When this happens - we experience “failures”. It’s part of the process - there’s no way around it 🙏🏼
Whyyyy did I take undergrad for granted 😫😫😫
TAG a nurse who LOVES coffee!☕️ 😂🤣 I’m so happy The Scromper still fits! I haven’t worn it since the official Scrub Romper Video which was over 5 months ago. Shout-out to: @nurse_org
Once you start something, don’t stop until you complete it. Don’t let excuses, problems, hard work, or the opinion of others distract you from your goals. Happy Monday everyone. Let’s make it a great week 😊💪📚🔥
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Unusual tree burl. Burls are benign tree neoplasms. Plants can get tumors like us, but they will never metastasize because cells are locked into a matrix of cell wall. However, they can grow without control locally .
So... how's your day going?
This is another case of finger degloving from going down a firemans pole.
A degloving injury is a type of avulsion in which an extensive section of skin is completely torn off the underlying tissue, severing its blood supply. It is named by analogy to the process of removing a glove.
Degloving injuries invariably require major surgical interventions. Treatment options include replantation or revascularization of the degloved skins, or when these are not possible, skin grafts or skin flaps. While the preservation of the extremities and limbs is normally preferred, in some cases amputations may be advised or required. .
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Spending a few days in Vegas for some r&r. 🎲
Don’t forget to take some time off for some #selfcare when you get the chance. Everyone knows how important it is to be well rested and the impact it can have on daily function and mental health (especially in the medical field). 💙
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60 year old with chronic urinary tract infections.
Retrograde ureterogram demonstrates innumerable tiny filling defects with both ureters. ----------------------------------————
Diagnosis: Ureteritis Cystica (UC)
UC occurs in older patients with chronic UTIs and is likely secondary from chronic inflammation. Associated with UTIs and stones. No increased risk of malignancy and does not cause obstruction. ----------------------------------———-
UC can occur into the renal pelvis and bladder and in one of both ureters. ----------------------------------———-
Differential includes air bubbles, blood clots, stones, and multifocal cancer. ----------------------------------———-
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#ayyechale Patients and patience. I was always that weird child who loved visits to the doctor's office and moreover, loved hospitals.
In fact, at the age of 5, my father asked me (on video) what do I want to be when I grow up? "A doctor!" I replied enthusiastically.
As a teenager with my anti-university mindset, I ended up studying health sciences aka -#nursing ( at the urging of my parents) in college. My rebellious spirit went against them and I transferred to culinary arts. I couldn't be anymore happier, as nursing just wasn't my thing. From there, I studied #nutrition . Fast forward a little bit, I was on my way towards becoming a very untraditional #medicalstudent
Health got in the way and I was unable to attend. However, I kept hope alive by working in hospitals, with my last role in the system being on a cardiac unit, until I suddenly I fell very ill. Four years later, I've visited numerous departments + offices of all kinds of specialists- even admitted as a patient at one point.
I'm not complaining, but I'm tired of being tired. I'm tired of always feeling unwell and in pain. I'm tired of feeling like each medical visit is like a battle to be heard, no matter how diplomatic I am in my ability to use #medicalterminology
Just venting y'all. But if you ever find yourself in a similar situation with the system, I implore you to always be your biggest #advocate and PR. You know your body best:
1. Clearly and coherently keep a journal of symptoms over a period of time (from a few days to a few months if need be) to track changes in your health. Anything from feeling affects at certain times of the day to any objective changes are always helpful. Include names of regular or recent meds if need be.
2. Be clear and concise in your explanation and bring your journal with you! If you sound unsure of yourself, you release your power to the professionals and they will roll with their best guess. Bring a close companion who knows your condition just as well if need be.
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Kamu pasti bisa. Kecuali kamu engga yakin sama dirimu sendiri dan memutuskan untuk berhenti. Kamu bisa. Hingga kamu mencobanya untuk pertama kali dan jangan sampai ada kata pesimis pada diri sendiri.
Jika kamu iri pada orang lain yang mampu melakukannya hanya dalam sekali baca dan kamu baru bisa apabila sepuluh kalinya, lakukanlah. Toh pada akhirnya kamu akan jadi dokter juga. Bukan kecepatan yang dikehendaki, akan tetapi pemahaman yang mumpuni.
Adalah menjadi dokter bukan untuk betapa cerdas kamu menjadi, akan tetapi bagaimana bermanfaat kamu pada masyarakat nanti.
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