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    I want to quit medicine and go to work for Anthony Nolan. :ahee: After the national Marrow AGM I am far, far more enthused about bone marrow than I am about any of the other, minor parts of my life. Like my degree.
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    Me "and I'm just going to bang on your chest now" :facepalm:
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    Embryology textbooks are so depressing...

    Every 4 pages a new dead/deformed baby to wince at...
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    (Original post by gozatron)
    Embryology textbooks are so depressing...

    Every 4 pages a new dead/deformed baby to wince at...
    TBH I find the process of learning embryology equally depressing.
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    (Original post by gozatron)
    Embryology textbooks are so depressing...

    Every 4 pages a new dead/deformed baby to wince at...
    Hey. Some people like babies.

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    (Original post by spacepirate-James)
    Hey. Some people like babies.

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    (Original post by Kinkerz)
    Even more frustrating when you get that exact situation (minus the drug chart check) and then present to the doctor, who then asks the patient precisely the same questions, but this time the patient responds by providing their entire drug history in a clear, concise and chronological torrent of glorious information.
    LOL oh my, that is amazing isn't it!
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    Man I hate preparing for grand rounds.
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    Argh I feel like am a massive fail and learning nothing, other than how to use the hospitals pod system and persuade people to do procedures.

    I just get the feeling I am not learning enough/the right things....
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    New hobby: Playing pathology bingo on the bus by peepin' at fellow passengers' hands.
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    (Original post by Lantana)
    Me "and I'm just going to bang on your chest now" :facepalm:
    Bang on your chest like a drum? :awesome:
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    (Original post by Philosoraptor)
    Ah. Damn. :p: I have none . But I think it would be a bit weird to go round asking every A&E department I go to if they've got an audit on?


    Also lol @ TSR advertising St Georges University medical school to me (not the one in the UK the one in the caribbean or wherever it is...


    I feel a bit scared at the moment in A&E as basically I see the patients and then the reg does a quick check of the history and examination and then discharges :/ :/ :/
    I'm sure I'm gonna kill someone, wtf do I know about medicine.
    Your not going to kill anyone. Cos essentially, all the reg is doing is what your doing, just in a fraction of the time
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    Health and disease in populations with a hangover. Can't wait.
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    MedSoc still drunk.......should be interesting
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    Decided that a more productive use of my time, instead of going to lectures on alternative medicines, would be perfecting the poached egg.

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    (Original post by a moist feeling)
    MedSoc still drunk.......should be interesting
    Much better than not waking up till 1pm :facepalm:

    Suppose I better send an apologetic e-mail :erm:
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    Stupid surgeons and their endless grilling on subjects I know naff all about.
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    (Original post by Penguinsaysquack)
    Much better than not waking up till 1pm :facepalm:

    Suppose I better send an apologetic e-mail :erm:
    Wow that's better than me missing PBL you are a massive fail! Even I made it up but then again my GP is alright and asked if we all had fun tables
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    Anyone know if there is any long-term treatment usually undertaken for chronic and idiopathic tachycardia? beta blockers?
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    Not enjoying lab work anymore keep making daft mistakes. Think I'm going senile
 
 
 
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