Chest CT shows a low density opacity in the right lower lung. The low density is typical of a lipoid pneumonia. Lipoid pneumonia is often caused by aspiration of fatty material such as mineral oil. On Lung windows, the opacity continues to have low density but a crazy-paving pattern can also be present.
Você sabe o que é Síndrome de BurnOut? - A Síndrome de BurnOut é também conhecida como a Síndrome do Esgotamento Profissional. - É um distúrbio de caráter depressivo, precedido de esgotamento físico e mental, intimamente ligada à vida profissional.
A síndrome é um sintoma dos novos tempos, advém de uma realidade social onde a cada dia somos mais cobrados, ocorre uma condição de esgotamento de grandes proporções, podendo levar à episódios depressivos graves, transtornos psiquiátricos complexos, podendo inclusive culminar em uma perda da vontade de viver.
No Brasil cerca de 30% dos trabalhadores já sofreu ou sofre de BurnOut, acometendo todas as classes profissionais.
Os principais Sintomas são:
1. Sensação constante de negatividade, como se nada fosse dar certo;
2. Cansaço físico e mental constante e excessivo;
3. Falta de vontade para fazer atividades sociais ou estar com outras pessoas;
4. Dificuldade para se concentrar no trabalho ou tarefas diárias;
5. Falta de energia para manter hábitos saudáveis, como ir na academia ou ter um sono regular;
6. Sentimento de que não se está fazendo o suficiente dentro e fora do trabalho;
7. Dificuldade para gostar das mesmas coisas que se gostava anteriormente;
8. Colocar as necessidades dos outros à frente das próprias;
9. Alterações repentinas de humor, com muitos períodos de irritação;
10. Isolamento de pessoas significativas, como amigos e familiares.
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J46 Colle de biophy à la prepa aujourd’hui 🤔 grosse prise de conscience sur le retard prit... j’ai eu 9/25 😒 du coup voilà j’ai un gros retard à rattraper mais ça va le faire ! Du coup j’ai bossé la biophy et la biocell aujourd’hui ! Le plus dur arrive en biochimie à partir de demain 🤔 donc je me motive pour rester au top ! Sinon oui en paces pour les résumés de cours il faut déployer les gros moyens ... #paces#paceslife#student#studentlife#medicine#100day#instadaily
✨Today we had a fun & therapeutic demo session on chemical peels✨!
Chemical peels done by a 👩🏻⚕️dermatologist are a great way to treat acne, ☀️damage, dark spots, melasma and to help the aging skin build 💪🏻more collagen.
Superficial chemical peels (what we used) contain alpha hydroxy acids. The peel is applied topically to the skin and then neutralized with a special solution💦There is minimal downtime for these types of peels, but there may be mild redness.
The procedure itself is pretty painless and you can go back to your normal life afterwards.
Take a look at my IG story to see the procedure being done 👌🏻!
Please post your questions and comments below! 👇🏻
Today was filled with milkshakes, ikea, and primark 🖤 I took a bit of a break from posting this last week...I had two exams, lab reports, and two papers to write. On top of that I was just feeling so uninspired and unmotivated. Whenever I start to feel this way I try to shake things up a bit. So I took a trip to two of my favorite places for a little retail therapy. There are some weeks that just feel a little harder than others, and that’s what this week has been like for me. It’s so important to listen to what your body is telling you, and take some time for yourself. It’ll make you even more productive in the long run💪🏼
It's that time of year for my favorite brewing ritual!! Ginger root, turmeric root, lemon, honey, and yes garlic!!! Boil in water for 10 minutes and vualaaaa ... ps: don't mind our unfinished backsplash 😜
To all the women and men* Hard work pays off! I remember when I was in high school as I was studying for our final exams my boyfriend at the time asked me "don't you get sick of studying all the time? Don't you feel like you're just wasting your life when you could be spending all that time doing better things" he spoke as he held the remote of his PlayStation. I thought it so ironic he believed study was a waste of time getting in the way of his gaming time while I thought the reverse 😂I explained to him that for me, I think studying is the one activity over all that is the best use of my time, it is what allows me to grow, develop, understand new things and will take me anywhere I want to go. That, for me, any moment I spend that isn't taking me one step closer to my goals feels like a waste of time. Luckily for me the high he felt for video games was the high I feel for learning. Study is my drug. I don't get the same enjoyment out of anything else in life. It might sound silly, but I can't help it. I love studying alone and being thrilled by every new piece of information I absorb and becoming engrossed in new unfamiliar topics, I love learning collaboratively and being fascinated by the different interpretations and ways of learning and recalling information, and seeing things through another's eyes, any form of mind broadening experience is my happy place. My biggest frustration is a stagnant environment that doesn't challenge or change you. I think that's one of the big reasons I was always drawn to medicine. A career of life long study is so appealing and exciting! A career of non-stop challenges and always something new, unique patients, unique circumstances, novel science, the latest technology and techniques. Where novel research meets patient care. For the best patient care you can't allow yourself to become outdated, you must keep up with your studies. I love studying and I love people and I can't imagine any other career that could fulfill me more in those two areas so entirely other than medicine. When you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life 👩🏼⚕️🏥🚑💊💉📚📝#study#grind#hussle#dreambig#nevergiveup#medicine