It seems like more and more talk shows are coming to daytime television. But, there may one coming this fall that you actually will want to watch. It is called The Doctors. The host of The Doctors are 5 different doctors who all specialize in different areas of medicine. The talk show will have different segments from questions from people about different health and medicine issues to interviews with guests about their medical or health hardships or successes.
By the way, this checklist is not for the ‘faint at heart.’ Some of the recommendations are here as critical appraisal. After all, you’ve waiting until the final hour. So, your choices have changed.
There are more reasons than just a constant demand for looking into training of this type. It’s a career that will leave you feeling good when you are done with your day, realizing that you have done something to help people. You will most likely have times when you’ve saved someone’s life.
Indeed, medical education is deliberately designed to desensitize laypeople to blood and guts so they can become doctors. Dealing with sick people, some in severe pain, anxious, fearful, helpless, requires a cool head. It is important that doctors keep calm when everyone else is over the edge. In the real world, of course, you need to learn how to be cool and collected in a crisis. Since the medical student is not selected on anything but test scores, the fact is that most students cannot live up to this ideal. If all you had to do with patients was to get their health history in written form and take a test on what drug to give them, it would be no problem for doctors, especially if the tests are multiple choice as they are in medical school and on medical licensing tests.
Myth #3. A dehydrated kid needs an IV. Multiple studies have shown that for most children with mild to moderate dehydration, a specific protocol of oral (by mouth) rehydration is more effective, results in a faster resolution of symptoms and is associated with greater satisfaction on the part of the family.
The kind of training you will get will be both theory and practical information. There are some programs that can be taken online, at least the theory part. You will likely also need to experience riding in an emergency vehicle.
There is also an extra storage space that can be used for medical supplies. This way the nurse can store all emergency medicine and supplies so they can be near.