Internship in The Med Life: Learn more on how you can survive your pediatrics rotation and get the best out of it
Here is your guide to medical internship as you enter the world of clinics. Don’t dread it! This will be a memorable and fun year!
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Finally a licensed medical doctor!
Christmas is fast approaching! Haven’t decided yet on what to give your med student friends this Christmas? One thing that your friends in medicine or in the medical profession would highly appreciate would be the functionality of a gift — something that they can use for the rest of their semester. It may be their […]
Down to the final month of my clerkship rotation, we rotated in the wonderland of child health — Pediatrics
Spent the last half of March with my Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery rotation, a.k.a. E.N.T. On my first day, my groupmates and I were assigned in the operating room wherein an ongoing procedure of tonsillectomy of hypertrophic tonsils, Grade IV, was scheduled. Learning Point: Tonsil Grading! Got to witness how OHN-surgeons would be […]
My Ophthalmology rotation just ended a few days ago. From benign external diseases to the dreaded emergency cases, here I will share with you my Opthalmology point of view. The Eye Center In here, showcased were cases of proliferative and nonproliferative types of diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachments, vitreous hemorrhages, retinopathy of prematurity, open and close […]
On my way to my assigned pavilion My rotation in Psychiatry for the whole month of February just ended! I started not knowing bunch of what this rotation had to offer but as I ran through different scenarios in the out-patient department, ward, and emergency room setting, I was able to broaden my understanding of […]
After my rotations in Surgery, OB-Gyne, CFM, here came Internal Medicine! I had my December and January reserved for that department Out-patient department I had my first 8 days to cater needs of outpatient department patients. The usual time in would be at 8 in the morning. A line of patients’ folders would start to […]