T
here's more
to
clinical sciences than meets the
macula. On, sure, we learn how to skewer a
vein the diameter of a gnat's thigh and
to
plumb a fundament with aplomb. But amidst the
canine labs and the lumbar taps, the CPRs and the
H&Ps, we're continually reminded by our mentors
that while dexterity of technique is important, caring
is still the larger part of curing.
As long as you don't
jorget which end oj the Foley catheter goes in jirst.
Brad Cook
Mark Cotton
Brian Crotty
Marvina Dambold
Steve Dean
Ray Denny
Denise Dressen
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