It was six years ago, I’m 14…

it Was six ago, I was 14, in the ’s town, on the rail. A friend was taking him home (I live far away), soothing. I don’t feel anything, but her grandmother forcing me to to call an . Agreed, when the shock went away and I having pains in my right side. In fact , there are all the classics: speedy, analgesic, taken on the way the mother picks up came. Put in a trauma unit with broken ribs, has drawn up, put in a big chamber with a bunch of broken casts. All you can drink, eat, toilet on the corridor. Beginning to tear. Head is spinning, strength fade away, my mother was sent home, the rest I ordered. Again tears. And again. Dramatically I have to pee – pee blood. Tell the , sent to the house. Probably 40 minutes are until there comes a man in a white robe and begins to ask. Difficult to Express himself: fell, hurt, tears and blood. Out. A different doctor comes to a portable device for carrying out an ultrasound. Examines the abdominal cavity. Q: Have you born with double kidney? I do not know (getting scared): what’s This!? Why are you in medicine, you have internal bleeding and a ruptured kidney. (Further debriefing with other , I as is on a stretcher and across the street to another building in the intensive care unit ). Some treatments did vaguely remember that. Remember when the nurse put the catheter to go to the Loo itself not to go (like so she him). It had been so bad, but the nurse is so kind, reassuring me, said that everything will be fine and will grow up the Prince to his meeting and nothing in order to cry. So it always stuck with me, and her name is unusual (Vita) helped to find her in the social network and say “thank you” for your kindness (when no time was taken to the operation – a kidney We removed, and the next day there was a different nurse). And rose, and the Prince met and all is well, and nothing to be able to cry. Me of course she doesn’t remember, and of course: how many of these patients and 6 years later… Now I’m annoyed that I can’t thank the surgeon who did my surgery, the doctor who did an ultrasound. And names don’t know them but thanks to them I’m alive. If You have the opportunity to say to the doctor “thank you”, be sure to tell! They deserve it and work not for money but for human life, right?


It was in the 90s. In hospital muzhichek…

It was in the 90s. In hospital muzhichek with a cemented spine. Don’t remember the exact diagnosis, but it is osteochondrosis it obezdil. While the goal in the medical center repair and some patients to give two wide beds ( I’m totally serious! ) Women much more than men, and they were two, almost every […]


The patient, a woman of 52 years. Right on…

the Patient, a woman of 52 years. Immediately on entering was diagnosed Orthodoxy of the brain. For the entrance one has never been baptized, and whispered something, looking out the window. Refused to remove the headscarf, while in the office – because it is a sin. About the examination the limb, I generally keep quiet… […]


And, I want to speak on…

And I, if I may, I want to speak on the topic of mode of operation of the different institutions. In my case medical. Terribly sick of the fact that some specialists just don’t get caught because they operate on a standard schedule — on weekdays from 9 to 6 (and sometimes up to five). […]


About patients But what I heard…

About patients But what I heard and what I had heard in the twenty four hours has completely changed my attitude to domestic medicine and the people who in this country took upon her shoulders the heavy cross of the medic. – Can the doctor see me! – In the order queue. – What turn, […]


Here’s a bedtime story)the FIRST PATIENT …

Here’s a bedtime story)the FIRST PATIENT Like change, but not all and not all. And now, eighteen years I go to the same dentist from a small private clinic. His name is Boris. Bob is a very positive budderball, about my age. How old is godly, and he knows my teeth better than I know […]


How to present a serious diagnosis to the patient? Recently during…

As to present a serious diagnosis to the patient? Recently while on duty approached me, the patient, a man of about forty. The shift I was told that he has cancer with metastases. Been here about two weeks. But the doctor is not bothered until now to tell him about the analysis, Recalling the pity. […]


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