Collective professional blog in English, dedicated to resuscitation. The authors lay out different cases, recommendations, share the results of interesting research, talk about what worries young doctors who are just learning. I used to work with children. We received a four-year-old girl who needed to establish access to the catheter. She began to panic and breathe often. She was ready to start screaming. I had to do something.
I knelt down, looked into her eyes, and said, "Just breathe." Without losing her rhythm, she moved closer to me and said: “I already breathe.” Touche. One of the best medical blogs is maintained by a pediatric surgeon, intern. Even great texts about routine work are more than pleasant to read. There are also quite curious analyzes of clinical cases that are unusual due to a rare illness or the talents of patients (and how else can one call the ability to swallow a knife?). Also, the author conducts surveys with a proposal to make a diagnosis.Shop Now
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