Cambodia is a country undergoing restoration after a very bad luck of a century. However this country is inexplicably beautiful with diverse culture, interesting temples, amazing nature. You must have this in your travel checklist!
Cant forget this trip as I did with two friends… one a contractor in kota kinabalu, and another local teacher in Miri. Inpromptu trip before I leave Sabah to work in Selayang, but turns out quite fun!
This is very long overdue. Since my visit to Northern areas of Vietnam has magnificent views, great cultures and stayed with people of the hill tribes, I’d hate to not share with you! Enjoy.
After more than one year long hiatus, I am back. Why the hiatus?
- been traveling alot since last post till date. Soul-searching and experimenting activities mostly.
- started an online business but failed, thank God the start up is minimal. Continue reading
Many non-ED MOs somehow complain that ED MOs not doing their jobs. Especially dealing unstable patients. Let me clarify:
1. If a patient came in BID or clinically and hemodynamically unstable, it’s the job of ED MOs to stabilize the patient, given that it’s medical cause. If it’s surgical, obstetric, orthopedic causes etc etc we call our respective colleagues to come help out. We can’t do cesars or laparotomy in ED. Sometimes we call up our Anesthesia colleagues to help out with difficult and failed intubation. A lot of times ED MOs were questioned/queried/bambooed/scolded/blasted why they did not call the primary teams FAST ENOUGH, although we can stabilize patients on our own.
This article is not by any means to offend any specialists. I have deep respect for them. They went through rigorous training to get them to where they are right now. They are doctors who excel in their fields of specialization. Creme de la creme, best of the best.
But my question is – is it financially wise to become a clinical specialist?
This post a bit late, but I would like to highlight some cool stuffs I did in Hokkaido. I really needed the short break, though I wish my break was longer like a month in Europe last year.
1. I took many many trains. Even the cute ones.