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You’ve got to be KID(ney)din’ me

If you told me last year that I would be comprehensively working up 23 complex patients, presenting them to four different nephrologists, doing a journal club, doing a case presentation, and starting to plan a pharmacy conference all in a month, I probably would have said, ‘you’ve got to be KIDdin’ me.’ However, under the great preceptorship of Dan, all of this felt manageable, albeit pretty stressful at times. 516 more words

3.4 Exhibit Ability To Manage One’s Own Practice Of Pharmacy

Killing fire ants: continued progress during caregiver respite

January 16, 2016. It seemed that Dad had had a great night’s sleep, and from all accounts, he woke up feeling chipper. Starting a few days after his return home, every morning, Dad would tell the aides what he wanted to wear and where they could find the clothes in his closet and dresser drawers. 906 more words

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A few diabetes papers of interest

i. Mechanisms and Management of Diabetic Painful Distal Symmetrical Polyneuropathy.

“Although a number of the diabetic neuropathies may result in painful symptomatology, this review focuses on the most common: chronic sensorimotor distal symmetrical polyneuropathy (DSPN). 4,862 more words

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Checking off another milestone: successful car transfer

January 9, 2016. Dad woke up this morning at 4:00 A.M., and from my office, I could hear him coughing. When I changed his trach dressing, I noticed that it was coated with secretions. 2,099 more words

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