A course of survival for interns and last year medical students. Chapter Four: A List of Important Clinical Entities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A course of survival for interns and last year medical students. Chapter Four: A List of Important Clinical Entities

Every doctor has his or her own list of clinical situations or diseases that are always in their minds, trying to answer quickly and effective in a patient with signs or symptoms compatible with them. Usually, they are important clinical entities located in uncommon places in the body or with a very low prevalence.

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A course of survival for interns and last year medical students. Chapter three: What not to do.

CHAPTER THREE

Every hospital or Health Center has its own routine to teach to the new interns, but believe me or not, Medical Education is such an open activity that sometimes bad habits are maintained inside the system. Continue reading A course of survival for interns and last year medical students. Chapter three: What not to do.

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A course of survival for interns and last year medical students. Chapter two: How Can I Start Practicing Medicine?

ADVICE: These recommendations are the personal opinion of the author.  In the medical literature, there are many good textbooks with a practical information. Comments are welcome.

CHAPTER TWO
I am here, in front of the patient. What am I supposed to do?

The physician is a person qualified  to take care of a person with a health problem, to identify the cause through a process of reasoning with the help of diagnostic tools, in a safe, accurate and compassionate way.

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