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Eppiglottitis: Do I Dare Ask How We Fared?

Fellow eppiglottitis sufferers, you KNOW what I am talking about, don’t you?   How WAS your Winter? I know it’s still July but I am already on high alert just anticipating the cooler temperatures approaching. 524 more words

Bellevue, NYC: Friday Night Special

My mind is like the emergency room at Bellevue on Friday night: There are men in orange jumpsuits and chains being led down long corridors by multiple policemen; there are degenerate drunks – dirty and forlorn, punched out on their final ticket; there are the addicted to god-knows-what and you-name-it, despairing that the last dose didn’t do the trick; there are the physically sick who know the final breath is upon them; the mentally impaled who court defeat and the sublimely despondent who wander perilously close to “normal” then back away for fear it becomes a reality. 69 more words

Writing

Letter from Gaza by a Norwegian doctor 'Mads Gilbert' Sunday, 20 July 2014 11:06

Read The Letter from Mr Mads Gilbert  the Words of a Courages Doctor in Gaza!

were Proud of People like him along with all the doctors and Volunteers who have been working endlessly since this Barbaric  Killing Spree by the Israelis Started !

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Palestine

Playing Doctor

Time of Death: 11:11 pm, July 19th, 2014. 

That was the start of one of the most difficult experiences I ever had to pass through on my journey to becoming a doctor.  1,342 more words

We Lost Our Baby - Miscarriage Emergency Room Story

Unfortunately, we lost our baby. After 6 weeks of pregnancy our baby is in heaven. In this video I tell our story and try to offer some hope on how I have been overcoming the sadness as well as the physical and mental pain that comes alongs with a pain that goes deep. 55 more words

Pregnancy

Life is as delicate as butterfly wings

You met Dr. Rodgers last week.

And several very nice nurses and other hospital staff when you took your first trip to the emergency room. 333 more words

Summer ER Injuries—When to go to the ER

Summer break is the perfect time to get outside with friends and family. When preparing for summer activities, safety may not be at the top of your list, but planning ahead for possible emergencies is the best way to keep everyone safe. 335 more words

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