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He had the classic presentation of delirium tremens. His eyes looked like those of a Halloween cat; they seemed to glow yellow. His abdomen was distended, and I could even make out caput medusae.
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The next day, I knew a little more about his pathophysiology, his expected course and treatment plan.
“Always read about your patients,” says Aman Verma, OMS IV, who attends MWU/AZCOM.
Volunteering to do pretty much anything—making phone calls, manual disimpaction of stool, applying pressure to a femoral wound following removal of an intra-aortic balloon pump (IABP)—may create new learning opportunities.
I stood at the bedside of an intubated and sedated patient, my hand shaking from anxiety and my own muscle fatigue.