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User Image blu_med Posted: Apr 19, 2018 7:30 PM (UTC)

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blu_med 12m ago
Antiarrhythmic drugs with mnemonics 😀
User Image yourstudymate Posted: Apr 19, 2018 7:18 PM (UTC)

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When people ask, “How many more years of studying do you have?” and you’re just like, “Till death do us part.”👵🏼👴🏼🧓🏼💉📚🎓


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User Image scrubsandstruggles Posted: Apr 19, 2018 7:09 PM (UTC)

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Years and years of being a stupid (MashaAllah Alhumdulillah), self-doubting, and confused medic, asking literally everyone for advice and ending up being clueless about who to actually listen to, I’ve finally reached a point in my life where I’ve realised I’m a unique unicorn. 🦄

You read it right, I absolutely Am! 🧜🏻‍♀️
I’m my own person with a strength and mind of my own, and abilities that set me apart from everyone else.
I have my own way of doing things differently, and no matter how badly I want it to, my brain cells can’t function at the level of a Hermione Granger so it’s about time I make my peace with that. And you should too. .

The biggest mistake we make while working towards a goal is to compare our journey with those in the same boat as us.
Why do we overlook that no two people can have similar mental functions, same level of knowledge and understanding, and more importantly the similar circumstances.
We study differently. We work differently. Our brain takes its own time to process information.
Our learning and memory centres function at different rates with highly variable concentration spans.
There is no rule that says every student has to finish a certain chapter in a set period of time.
Our brains are not machines with similar processing and we can’t expect to keep up at the pace everyone else is going. .

If you and your friend started out together and somehow he’s far ahead of you, that’s okay.
If someone your age has already scored a job while you’re still breaking your ass in the library every day, that’s okay.
If your study buddy does better on a test despite doing everything together, there’s nothing wrong with it. .
You do your thing and you do it well.
Your time will come.
Keep going.
It might take you longer than some, it might be slightly more challenging, a little more demanding that it was for everyone else, but as long as you don’t give up, you’ll make it. .
The only thing you should be doing while seeing those in the race with you making it to the finish line is being inspired.
Being motivated to buckle up and give it a little more than 100%. And there will never be a mountain high enough 🙌🏻
User Image img_med Posted: Apr 19, 2018 7:02 PM (UTC)

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img_med 40m ago
My name is Adrian ( @scrubbedout ) and I'm an Orthopedic surgery fellow in Canada🇨🇦. I'm in IMG, having trained in Ireland 🇮🇪, and was one of only a handful of surgeons who matched to an IMG Ortho spot in Canada. It's very competitive but definitely possible with hard work and a little hustle. Feel free to message me with questions or for tips! Good luck!

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Guys, it’s Mid-April already! Why is time flying!? My third year is coming to an end soon! The stress of applications is starting to slowly set and step 2 Ck and Cs preparations are beginning. Keeping it cool and taking it a day at a time! Anyone who has taken step 2 ck, any recommendations/thoughts? .
White coats: I love white coats! I definitely need a new white coat. My favorite brand right now is Greys Anatomy. They are nicely fitted and soft and comfortable, which is what I am wearing here. Although I do like my cheap amazon white coat for the sake of the 7 pocket it holds! No need to carry a bag— just stuff my pockets with everything. I can’t say it looks sexy or anything, but it works out! #medstudentlife #medstudent #whitecoat
User Image joyfulmed Posted: Apr 19, 2018 6:41 PM (UTC)
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med school’s a beach but i’m just playin in the sand 🐚
User Image medmaxhaiti Posted: Apr 19, 2018 6:40 PM (UTC)

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#Repost @doctordconline with @get_repost
Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a genetic disorder that affects mostly the lungs but also the pancreas, liver, kidneys, and intestine. Long-term issues include difficulty breathing and coughing up mucus as a result of frequent lung infections. Other signs and symptoms include sinus infections, poor growth, fatty stool, clubbing of the fingers and toes, and infertility in males, among others. Different people may have different degrees of symptoms.

CF is inherited in an autosomal recessive manner. It is caused by the presence of mutations in both copies of the gene for the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) protein.Those with a single working copy are carriers and otherwise mostly normal.CFTR is involved in production of sweat, digestive fluids, and mucus. When CFTR is not functional, secretions which are usually thin instead become thick.The condition is diagnosed by a sweat test and genetic testing.

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User Image Posted: Apr 19, 2018 6:31 PM (UTC)

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Can we just take a break from all things life and medicine for a moment to admire this beauty 😍 The lovely @lovelightandbananas still makes the most photoworthy bowls though. And yes I made an oat bowl for lunch 😉 no judgement.

Spring has finally made an appearance in Winnipeg (for now) so any excuse to get outside is a valid one 🌸
User Image arorameded Posted: Apr 19, 2018 6:07 PM (UTC)

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User Image cocaineformedicine Posted: Apr 19, 2018 5:46 PM (UTC)

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COLOR BLINDNESS, from John Dalton ( who proposed atomic theory ), born 1766; color blindness was from Vitreous
Humor being blue ,
Disproved by his assistant JOSEPH RANSOME who examined his eyeballs post mortem .
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