Sorrow Of The Dentist by Ayam Chhatkuli

And now, something slightly different than what you would expect from Meddy Bear. We are here to prove that doctors also have an artistic side to them. We present to you a poem written by one of our fans, Ayam Chhatkuli from Nepal. Enjoy!         Sorrow of the dentist Before I joined the med school the focus of my sight was different I used to see a whole human All I see now is the teeth with calculus and stain.   When I see an old man…

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What is Hemodialysis (Extracorporeal dialysis)?

Hemodialysis (haemodialysis), also called kidney dialysis or just dialysis, is a treatment for acute kidney failure. Patients need dialysis if their kidneys are not working properly, i.e. they are no longer removing enough waste (such as creatinine and urea) and fluid from the blood. This usually happens when around 85-90 percent of kidney function is lost. In order to perform the hemodialytic treatment, the blood of the patient is put in an artificial kidney which, through the pumping machine, circulates the blood through a filter that cleans it, and returns it back…

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Book Pack you’ll need while studying for MBBS

Greetings, med students! We have been getting a lot of questions on our page, regarding medical literature. Where do I find the books, which ones you recommend, do you have anatomy books are only some of them, to name a few. So, look no further, as we have something for you ! With help of one of our fans A. Aqeel, we have gathered a list of medical books, which should help you on this quest of becoming a medical professional. We know this road is very rocky one, with…

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Dr Ruth Pfau, life of a humble leprosy doctor

 Dr Ruth Katherina Martha Pfau (9 September 1929 – 10 August 2017), German doctor and nun, has passed away during a surgery procedure in Karachi. She was 87 years old. Dr Pfau, also known as Pakistani Mother Teresa, devoted her whole life to treating leprosy patients in Pakistan. Dr Pfau was born in Leipzig, Germany. After World War II, she escaped to West Germany with her family, and decided to study medicine. In the 1950s she studied medicine at the universities of Mainz and Marburg. After finishing her studies and joining Catholic order…

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Top 15 Medical Specialties with the Highest Salaries

The best-paid professional workers in health care are among doctor’s specialists. While doctors specialists have to go to school for years, they end up earning more money than most professionals after graduation. To become doctor specialist in the USA, you must complete four years of medical school, internship, and residency training as usual requirements. In addition to this, specialist physicians must undergo intensive training in their chosen specialty, and acquire a license in this field. The duration of this training depends on the chosen field and the level of specialty.…

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Study Efficient with These 10 Tips: Best Proven Method

We are occupied daily with many devices such as cell phones, tablets, and computers. Because of this global problem, many students felt distracted and unable to properly concentrate on studying. There are effective tips to achieve quick results, read on to learn how. 1. Put All Devices to Off Position TV and smartphone are devices which may cause a distraction while you study. Calls, text messages or gadgets may significantly decrease your concentration. So, if you want to study for hours, you must turn off all of them. If you…

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Top 10 Hospitals in the World That Any Doctor Would Want to Work in

Massachusetts General Hospital, United States

1. John Hopkins Medical Center, United States John Hopkins’ Medical School and Hospital is one of the most famous medical institutions in the world. It is the leading medical institution with the best modern medical education on all levels of the health care systems in the United States. During internships and clinical rotation at the John Hopkins Medical Center, practitioners are getting the best knowledge of chosen specialties such as neurosurgery and cardiac surgery. It is an educational center for many students, scientists, health care professionals and the public. It…

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Every 4th Medical Student Suffers From Depression: is it the Norm?

medical student depression

It’s terrifying that every 10th medical students reports suicidal thoughts. According to the data, medical students have depressive thoughts five times more likely than the general population, while 300 to 400 doctors commit suicide every year. Female physicians are 2.3 times more likely to commit suicide than the male. The risk of depression also increases by the start of studying, classing and training in medical school. The medical professions need more scrambling with this appearance, as well as find out a ways to protect physicians from this risk. The Facts…

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5 Ways To Be a Fit Med Student While Still Getting Good Grades

During the study in medical school, it is hard to find time for workout and be a fit med student due to often low energy and low physical fitness among medical students. It is the masterpiece of managing to have time for physical activity breaks if you are a student of medicine since your priorities are your lectures and your clinical duties. That means your schedule can be wildly unpredictable. Unfortunately, most gyms require at least a monthly commitment. Medical school is no doubt very challenging and time-consuming. But it’s…

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Why I chose medical career?

Well, I chose Medicine for various reasons. First of all, I love studying our body; it’s wonderful to know how your body really works. It’s amazing to discover, that there are a lot of cells that we can’t see with our own eyes, which have to work daily to keep us alive (Thanks guys!) Our heart keeps beating day by day, many organs function without our influence.  What can you say to that, rather than Wow? A sentiment I didn’t find in any other profession other than medicine, is when…

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