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  • (@themediclife_) Instagram Profile @themediclife_
  • 🍁 Autumn makes everything look pretty! • 🍂 I’m two days into my second placement and so far I’ve been trying to familiarise myself with the environment of the ward. Going from surgery to endocrine has been a bit of a change but that’s all part of the learning experience. I’m planning to look over common conditions to familiarise myself with what patients may present with. I’m hoping this will make clinics and ward rounds a bit easier. • 🌾 Also, I got the flu jab today! It took 2 minutes and didn’t (really) hurt. Have you had your flu vaccination yet?
  • 🍁 Autumn makes everything look pretty! •
🍂 I’m two days into my second placement and so far I’ve been trying to familiarise myself with the environment of the ward. Going from surgery to endocrine has been a bit of a change but that’s all part of the learning experience. I’m planning to look over common conditions to familiarise myself with what patients may present with. I’m hoping this will make clinics and ward rounds a bit easier.
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🌾 Also, I got the flu jab today! It took 2 minutes and didn’t (really) hurt. Have you had your flu vaccination yet?
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  • (@medical.notegram) Instagram Profile @medical.notegram
  • Let’s talk about study techniques for unilife📖📚 We all have been there: Attending a lecture, just sitting there, spaced out. Rather thinking about what you are goung to eat, or how you would love to just sleep instead. But, you also know, that not paying attention means: going trough the same lecture again on your own, not having a clue about what the teacher actually meant.... No problem! Here are som tricks: 1️⃣ If you know you cant can’t pay attention, dont stress. Ask a friend to give a breif summary or kindly ask them to send som notes to help you. 2️⃣ Try not to write down the power point the teacher uses. Rather download it, and add imortant quotes from your teacher. 3️⃣Be prepared! Preperation is the🔑. Write some short notes or bulletnotes before the lecture, that makes it less difficult to space out🌑 4️⃣Ask your teacher to record the lecture, it will be easier to go trough the presentation when you kan 👂 and 👀 And of course,Coffe☕️ ☕️
  • Let’s talk about study techniques for unilife📖📚
We all have been there: 
Attending a lecture, just sitting there, spaced out. Rather thinking about what you are goung to eat, or how you would love to just sleep instead. 
But, you also know, that not paying attention means: going trough the same lecture again on your own, not having a clue about what the teacher actually meant.... No problem!
Here are som tricks:
1️⃣ If you know you cant can’t pay attention, dont stress. Ask a friend to give a breif summary or kindly ask them to send som notes to help you. 
2️⃣ Try not to write down the power point the teacher uses. Rather download it, and add imortant quotes from your teacher. 
3️⃣Be prepared! Preperation is the🔑. Write some short notes or bulletnotes before the lecture, that makes it less difficult to space out🌑
4️⃣Ask your teacher to record the lecture, it will be easier to go trough the presentation when you kan 👂 and 👀

And of course,Coffe☕️ ☕️
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  • (@pcomeducation) Instagram Profile @pcomeducation
  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • “Today was one of my last days of my OMM rotation at school. 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹 For those of you who don’t know, OMM is osteopathic manipulative medicine, often times referred to as OMT (treatment.) As a student of osteopathic medicine, we are required to learn up to 200+ hours of OMT in addition to the normal MD curriculum of medical school. OMM’s main tenant is that the body, mind, and spirit are all interconnected. Structure and function go hand and hand. 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹 I learned so much this month, thanks to a wonderful teacher, and I finally feel like I could even incorporate some of my own OMM techniques into my visits with future patients. My favorite part of the treatment focuses on normalizing sympathetic tone ; something that I think all of us could use. Your sympathetic nervous system is essentially your “fight or flight” response. Having a high stress environment at work or school can trigger your sympathetics to make real tissue texture changes within your anatomy, affecting your muscles and even your bones. To alleviate some of this tension, we use a treatment called rib raising to inhibit the sympathetic chain located on the paraspinal muscles. We did this treatment on almost all of our patients, and every single one of them told me they felt better after it." 📷 and OMM education from @deathbydecaf_do 🙌
  • “Today was one of my last days of my OMM rotation at school. 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹 For those of you who don’t know, OMM is osteopathic manipulative medicine, often times referred to as OMT (treatment.) As a student of osteopathic medicine, we are required to learn up to 200+ hours of OMT in addition to the normal MD curriculum of medical school. OMM’s main tenant is that the body, mind, and spirit are all interconnected. Structure and function go hand and hand. 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹 I learned so much this month, thanks to a wonderful teacher, and I finally feel like I could even incorporate some of my own OMM techniques into my visits with future patients. My favorite part of the treatment focuses on normalizing sympathetic tone ; something that I think all of us could use. Your sympathetic nervous system is essentially your “fight or flight” response. Having a high stress environment at work or school can trigger your sympathetics to make real tissue texture changes within your anatomy, affecting your muscles and even your bones. To alleviate some of this tension, we use a treatment called rib raising to inhibit the sympathetic chain located on the paraspinal muscles. We did this treatment on almost all of our patients, and every single one of them told me they felt better after it." 📷 and OMM education from @deathbydecaf_do 🙌
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  • (@mymedicaladventure) Instagram Profile @mymedicaladventure
  • Mental health is a tricky condition to tackle - sitting in on them appointments, I noticed that the tone instantly changes when them patients start talking. All ears and an honest demonstration of empathy must be shown. Patients may be reduced to tears as they talk about their conditions - they have entrusted the GP to help them manage their conditions! 🙏🏼 —— 1️⃣ I was always intrigued as to why the social aspect of mental health was not assessed as much as its biopsychological counterpart. Very often, talking or cognitive behavioural therapy, along with some antidepressants may be prescribed. However nowadays, nutritional psychiatry is taking off as scientists gain a better understanding of how diet affects one’s mental health! 😳 —— 2️⃣ A recent report in the Lancet even concluded that the emerging and compelling evidence for nutrition as a crucial factor in the high prevalence of mental disorders suggests that diet is as important to psychiatry as it is to one’s physical health. The Mediterranean diet is now being hailed as the latest weapon in tackling mental health problems like depression! 🏞 —— 3️⃣ Forty-one different food studies were meta-analysed and the evidence shows that the quality of one’s diet can affect their mental health, with the healthier, plant-rich and anti-inflammatory Mediterranean diet suggesting a cut in the risk of developing a depressive condition by around a third! 🙀 —— 4️⃣ The diet incorporates the traditional healthy habits of people from countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea like France, Greece, Italy and Spain. It is usually high in fruits and vegetables, legumes, nuts, beans, grains, fish and unsaturated fats like olive oil. It also often includes a low intake of meat and dairy while avoiding processed foods that can actually worse one’s depression! —— 5️⃣ Research has also shown it may reduce the risk of T2DM, hypertension and raised cholesterol. Experts say trials are now needed to test this theory and study whether depression can also be treated with such a diet.. ahh although we may live a long way from the lapping shores of the Mediterranean, it may still be possible to reap the benefits of a coastal diet at home! 🤗 ——
  • Mental health is a tricky condition to tackle - sitting in on them appointments, I noticed that the tone instantly changes when them patients start talking. All ears and an honest demonstration of empathy must be shown. Patients may be reduced to tears as they talk about their conditions - they have entrusted the GP to help them manage their conditions! 🙏🏼
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1️⃣ I was always intrigued as to why the social aspect of mental health was not assessed as much as its biopsychological counterpart. Very often, talking or cognitive behavioural therapy, along with some antidepressants may be prescribed. However nowadays, nutritional psychiatry is taking off as scientists gain a better understanding of how diet affects one’s mental health! 😳
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2️⃣ A recent report in the Lancet even concluded that the emerging and compelling evidence for nutrition as a crucial factor in the high prevalence of mental disorders suggests that diet is as important to psychiatry as it is to one’s physical health. The Mediterranean diet is now being hailed as the latest weapon in tackling mental health problems like depression! 🏞
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3️⃣ Forty-one different food studies were meta-analysed and the evidence shows that the quality of one’s diet can affect their mental health, with the healthier, plant-rich and anti-inflammatory Mediterranean diet suggesting a cut in the risk of developing a depressive condition by around a third! 🙀
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4️⃣ The diet incorporates the traditional healthy habits of people from countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea like France, Greece, Italy and Spain. It is usually high in fruits and vegetables, legumes, nuts, beans, grains, fish and unsaturated fats like olive oil. It also often includes a low intake of meat and dairy while avoiding processed foods that can actually worse one’s depression!
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5️⃣ Research has also shown it may reduce the risk of T2DM, hypertension and raised cholesterol. Experts say trials are now needed to test this theory and study whether depression can also be treated with such a diet.. ahh although we may live a long way from the lapping shores of the Mediterranean, it may still be possible to reap the benefits of a coastal diet at home! 🤗
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  • (@doctordactar) Instagram Profile @doctordactar
  • ⚕️ Membrana pupilar persistente. . . Un adolescente de 15 años presentó disminución de la visión en ambos ojos. Se determinó su agudeza visual con el uso de la tabla de Snellen, 20/20 en el ojo derecho y 20/60 en el ojo izquierdo, con ambliopía anisometrópica en el ojo izquierdo. Un examen rutinario con lámpara de hendidura mostró evidencia de membranas pupilares persistentes en ambos ojos. Estas membranas representan restos de la túnica vasculosa lentis, que es el suministro de sangre para la lente en desarrollo del feto. Los restos de los capilares pueden persistir como pequeñas hebras unidas al collarete del iris. La visión generalmente no se ve afectada, pero ocasionalmente las membranas pupilares gruesas y persistentes pueden causar ambliopía de privación (es decir, privación de estímulo en la retina debido a cualquier opacidad del medio, lo que lleva a ambliopía), que puede tratarse con midriáticos, escisión quirúrgica o inducida por láser lisis. Este paciente fue tratado con la aplicación de un parche en el ojo derecho durante unas horas cada día. En el seguimiento 3 meses después de la presentación, la agudeza visual en su ojo izquierdo había mejorado a 20/40. . . . #medicina #estudiantedemedicina #doctor #medico #residente #mip #enarm #cto #estudiantemedicina #frases #vida #medical #mexico #medicalstudent #medicine #medschool #medstudent #unam #facmed #ucc #fesi #videos #nurse #hospital #memes #medtips #enfermeria #salud #cdmx
  • ⚕️ Membrana pupilar persistente.
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Un adolescente de 15 años presentó disminución de la visión en ambos ojos. Se determinó su agudeza visual con el uso de la tabla de Snellen,  20/20 en el ojo derecho y 20/60 en el ojo izquierdo, con ambliopía anisometrópica en el ojo izquierdo. Un examen rutinario con lámpara de hendidura mostró evidencia de membranas pupilares persistentes en ambos ojos. 
Estas membranas representan restos de la túnica vasculosa lentis, que es el suministro de sangre para la lente en desarrollo del feto. Los restos de los capilares pueden persistir como pequeñas hebras unidas al collarete del iris. La visión generalmente no se ve afectada, pero ocasionalmente las membranas pupilares gruesas y persistentes pueden causar ambliopía de privación (es decir, privación de estímulo en la retina debido a cualquier opacidad del medio, lo que lleva a ambliopía), que puede tratarse con midriáticos, escisión quirúrgica o inducida por láser lisis. 
Este paciente fue tratado con la aplicación de un parche en el ojo derecho durante unas horas cada día. En el seguimiento 3 meses después de la presentación, la agudeza visual en su ojo izquierdo había mejorado a 20/40.
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#medicina #estudiantedemedicina #doctor #medico #residente #mip #enarm #cto #estudiantemedicina #frases #vida #medical #mexico #medicalstudent #medicine #medschool #medstudent #unam #facmed #ucc #fesi #videos #nurse #hospital #memes #medtips #enfermeria #salud #cdmx
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  • (@a.medstudents.journey) Instagram Profile @a.medstudents.journey
  • MID-SEMESTER MOTIVATION TIPS: I often get messages asking how to stay motivated and as the nights get longer and the days get colder, it can be hard to find the inspiration. These are things that work for me: ⚠ CHANGE LOCATION: if you& #039 ;ve been studying at home, migrate to the library. If you& #039 ;re tired of the monotony of the library, find a *quiet* cafe. ⚠ UPDATE YOUR STUDY PLAYLIST and add some new songs to pump you up ⚠ STUDY WITH A FRIEND: doesn& #039 ;t mean you have to verbally study together; it often helps to have someone to sit by you, keep you focused; in fact, it motivates me to get out of bed if I know I& #039 ;m meeting friends at 10am for a study session ⚠ FIND YOUR REASON: figure out *why* you& #039 ;re studying: is it to pass a test? Is it so that you can correctly answer questions in class? Is it so you can diagnose patients better when you& #039 ;re in clinic? Visualize the outcome and use that warm fuzzy feeling to push you. ⚠️ MAKE YOUR STUDY SESSIONS PRODUCTIVE: it& #039 ;s easy to be discouraged when you feel like you& #039 ;re not getting anything done, so stop multitasking and focus (recommend Forest or Focus Timer for that) ⚠️ GET ENOUGH SLEEP: it& #039 ;s a heck of a lot easier to look forward to the morning when you wake up well-rested; my advice would be 7-8 hours AND getting up early (I usually get up at 6-7am) ⚠️ TAKE BREAKS: your body and brain need recharging, so schedule in breaks and fight the temptation to feel guilty about it! ⚠️ TREAT YOURSELF to a yummy coffee or delicious snack: make them something to look forward to. . . And finally, one more thing: sometimes, there& #039 ;s no time to wait for inspiration to come. Sometimes we just have to GET UP and DO IT -- and you& #039 ;ll find that once you& #039 ;re productive, you& #039 ;ll feel more motivated. It& #039 ;s a vicious cycle. . What are your top motivational tips? . . #studygram #studyaccount #studyspo #studyinspiration #studentlife #studyblog #studytips #medschool #medic #studying #medicalstudent #unilife #staymotivated #collegelife #medstudents
  • MID-SEMESTER MOTIVATION TIPS: 
I often get messages asking how to stay motivated and as the nights get longer and the days get colder, it can be hard to find the inspiration. These are things that work for me: ⚠ CHANGE LOCATION: if you've been studying at home, migrate to the library. If you're tired of the monotony of the library, find a *quiet* cafe. ⚠ UPDATE YOUR STUDY PLAYLIST and add some new songs to pump you up
⚠ STUDY WITH A FRIEND: doesn't mean you have to verbally study together; it often helps to have someone to sit by you, keep you focused; in fact, it motivates me to get out of bed if I know I'm meeting friends at 10am for a study session
⚠ FIND YOUR REASON: figure out *why* you're studying: is it to pass a test? Is it so that you can correctly answer questions in class? Is it so you can diagnose patients better when you're in clinic? Visualize the outcome and use that warm fuzzy feeling to push you.
⚠️ MAKE YOUR STUDY SESSIONS PRODUCTIVE: it's easy to be discouraged when you feel like you're not getting anything done, so stop multitasking and focus (recommend Forest or Focus Timer for that) ⚠️ GET ENOUGH SLEEP: it's a heck of a lot easier to look forward to the morning when you wake up well-rested; my advice would be 7-8 hours AND getting up early (I usually get up at 6-7am) ⚠️ TAKE BREAKS: your body and brain need recharging, so schedule in breaks and fight the temptation to feel guilty about it! ⚠️ TREAT YOURSELF to a yummy coffee or delicious snack: make them something to look forward to. .
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And finally, one more thing: sometimes, there's no time to wait for inspiration to come. Sometimes we just have to GET UP and DO IT -- and you'll find that once you're productive, you'll feel more motivated. It's a vicious cycle. .
What are your top motivational tips?
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#studygram #studyaccount #studyspo #studyinspiration #studentlife #studyblog #studytips #medschool #medic #studying #medicalstudent #unilife #staymotivated #collegelife #medstudents
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  • (@dwithoutborders) Instagram Profile @dwithoutborders
  • Terranea Resort
  • Walking into the resort to this view isn’t a bad way to start the weekend. When we first checked in, we were greeted with celebratory champagne and a golf cart to drive us and our luggage to our “casita.” The resort grounds are very walkable, but the option of a car service makes you feel like royalty 😎 what are your favorite resort perks?? .. .. First day of family medicine is going well. And by going well I mean I only worked for two hours today 😜 Hope you’re having a great Tuesday!
  • Walking into the resort to this view isn’t a bad way to start the weekend. When we first checked in, we were greeted with celebratory champagne and a golf cart to drive us and our luggage to our “casita.” The resort grounds are very walkable, but the option of a car service makes you feel like royalty 😎 what are your favorite resort perks??
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First day of family medicine is going well. And by going well I mean I only worked for two hours today 😜 Hope you’re having a great Tuesday!
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  • (@fearless.nurse) Instagram Profile @fearless.nurse
  • Favorite subjects 🤓 Directly saying- it was microbiology and parasitology course. I find something amazing in looking through microscope and studying this micro world of viruses, cells...kind of separate galaxy 😍✨ May be I will take up master in biology later...nurses are powerful, we even see the galaxies 💥 #nursing #nurses #nursingschool #microbiology #medicine #medicalstudent
  • Favorite subjects 🤓  Directly saying- it was microbiology and parasitology course. I find something amazing in looking through microscope and studying this micro world of viruses, cells...kind of separate galaxy 😍✨ May be I will take up master in biology later...nurses are powerful, we even see the galaxies 💥 #nursing #nurses #nursingschool  #microbiology #medicine #medicalstudent
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  • (@mdedgefmc) Instagram Profile @mdedgefmc
  • Can you #MakeThatDiagnosis ? A 12-year-old female with a history of seborrheic dermatitis presents to the pediatric dermatology clinic for evaluation of crusty, somewhat tender lesions on her face, chest, neck, and arms for 5 days. She reports that about 1 week prior she got a new hamster pet. She denies any other symptoms such as fever, chills, joint pain, hair loss, mouth sores or sun sensitivity. No other family members are affected. . On physical exam, the girl is in no acute distress. Her vital signs are stable, and she has no fever. . Comment below you answer! . #dermatology #mdedge #pediatrics #medicine #medicalnews #health #doctor #physician #medicalstudent #news
  • Can you #MakeThatDiagnosis? A 12-year-old female with a history of seborrheic dermatitis presents to the pediatric dermatology clinic for evaluation of crusty, somewhat tender lesions on her face, chest, neck, and arms for 5 days. She reports that about 1 week prior she got a new hamster pet. She denies any other symptoms such as fever, chills, joint pain, hair loss, mouth sores or sun sensitivity. No other family members are affected.
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On physical exam, the girl is in no acute distress. Her vital signs are stable, and she has no fever.
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#dermatology #mdedge #pediatrics #medicine #medicalnews #health #doctor #physician #medicalstudent #news
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  • (@proud.to.be.nurse) Instagram Profile @proud.to.be.nurse
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  • (@scopesandscrubs) Instagram Profile @scopesandscrubs
  • October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month! I am wearing these @jaanuubydrneela pink scrubs in support. 💕 🌸Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women and about 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point. 🌸 It is so important to find breast cancer early. Women between the ages of 25 and 40 should have an annual clinical breast examination. Women 40 and older should have an annual mammogram in addition to an annual clinical breast examination. 🌸Cheers to all survivors and those currently battling with cancer. You are STRONG. 🌸 Learn about and support breast cancer research by checking the link on our bio
  • October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month! I am wearing these @jaanuubydrneela  pink scrubs in support. 💕 🌸Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women and about 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point.
🌸 It is so important to find breast cancer early. Women between the ages of 25 and 40 should have an annual clinical breast examination.
Women 40 and older should have an annual mammogram in addition to an annual clinical breast examination. 🌸Cheers to all survivors and those currently battling with cancer. You are STRONG.
🌸 Learn about and support breast cancer research by checking the link on our bio
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