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In this edition of the Physician Grind Narratives. Dr. Rob McMickle shares with us his experience working in the ICU while the Oscars are going on. “The Oscars will come and go year after year; but the most painfully dramatic and honest moments of human existence that require no stage, grandeur, self-importance, or smitten audience will continue to transpire daily in the unit.“
Scrubs are magical. They are the greatest things ever created. I guess I'll never want to be one of those people that have to go shopping for their work clothes. This blog talks about the difference between what Corporate America has to wear versus what Emergency Physicians wear.
Gunshot wounds are commonplace in an Emergency Room. Doctors and nurses know the protocol and do everything they can to provide the highest level of care for their patients and to save lives. They do not often have the luxury to sit and reflect on what caused the trauma, which can be even scarier than the trauma itself.
Another busy night in the Emergency Department when a frequent flyer rolls in. Let's just say he had a little too much to drink. It's these type of patients that allow me, the drunk whisperer, to really shine.