Med School NEVER Prepared Me For This

2020-ж., 4-мар.
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Continuing with the medical Reddit thread series this episode is on things that med school didn't prepare us for. In reality medical school can't prepare us for everything but there are some suggestions I have about improving the curriculum. Responding to Reddit threads is a great way to learn and have a good time so smash that like the button to let me know you're on board!
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  • Doctor told my double amputee patients parents it was my fault orders were not put in. That mom yelled at the doctor because I showed her the time 8 hours before I put it in. He then yelled at me and she came out and yelled at him again. I quit the medical field and now am working on getting my teaching license. Doctor’s can be great, but those few that have a demeaning nature, make people get out of the medical field.

    Bonita LeadyBonita LeadyКүн мурун
  • They don't teach how to interact or deal with autistic people. I have trouble with this ALL THE TIME. Whenever I deal with a new doctor, I end up having to teach them how to help me.

    Samantha KuehlerSamantha Kuehler2 күн мурун
  • This is kind of unrelated to the video, but I wonder what Dr Mike’s thoughts on “Big Hero 6” are ... What he’d think of a bunch of Baymaxes in hospitals

    Tidela 471Tidela 4713 күн мурун
  • My great nan wroked in a hospital, in the morgue part and she was just working and she was wheeling someone down the corridor to the fridges and the body sat up (because of all the gas still inside the body) she screamed and started running down the corridor, she knew why it happened, but it was still terrifying for her.

    Alicia LaceyAlicia Lacey4 күн мурун
  • Doctor mike reminds me of a white, American, and Doctor version bangchan from stray kids. Don't ask me why, he just does.

    Claire AdkinsClaire Adkins4 күн мурун
  • 5:35 *You can’t pour from an empty cup*

    Miri AMiri A6 күн мурун
  • Bruv

    SkeppiessSkeppiess6 күн мурун
  • "Medicine is one of those fields you have to be very comfortable with being uncomfortable." THIS.

    Patricia PatriciaPatricia Patricia6 күн мурун
  • As a person with a disability, I literally SCREAMED when you said more education about people with disabilities. Yes! Yes! Yes! Thank you!!!!

    faasd ferfaasd fer9 күн мурун
  • I wish there were Russian subtitles to your videos. I would love to show your videos to my mom who's a dentist in Russia and to my friends who don't speak English well enough. I am a translator but I don't think I could translate medical content and not make mistakes.

    Yulia MelnikovaYulia Melnikova9 күн мурун
  • Teacher: This kid is dying Call 911 The school nurse: uh uh ice

    Watermelon KittenWatermelon Kitten10 күн мурун
  • When my daughter was in 1st grade she had a rare form of cancer. Of course she was so terrified of everything going on, we had been living at the hospital going through tests for days before the actual surgery was done so she was tired of being pricked and prodded, that she fought getting the shot before the surgery. The nurse and I held her down while the intern was to give her the shot. She hesitated and got yelled at by the nurse in front of me. She then did the shot. Later while my daughter was still in surgery the intern came to apologize to me. She said she wanted to become a nurse to help children. She had never considered that the children didn't want that help. She said she was reconsidering her choice. At least my daughter taught her right away what the truth is.

    Noizee MamaNoizee Mama12 күн мурун
  • I use to be an EMT. Took a vegitated patient in for feeding tube replacement. Nurse takes rectal temp and says something doesn't seem right. Looks closer, patient has had colostomy so long the rectum is sealed shut. She had taken a vaginal temp.

    Brandon DodsonBrandon Dodson13 күн мурун
  • I’ve finally found a GP that is like you & it great. She helped me find the reason for my pain. Turned out I had RA & Lupus. So now I have 4 autoimmune diseases.

    ladycass26ladycass2616 күн мурун
  • When you mentioned doctors needing more education in disabilities... yes. It took until I was nearly 20 to be diagnosed with ASD. Apparently this is the case for many people, as doctors are still learning about the disorder and every year they debunk more misinformation from inaccurate studies. It is so hard to get the correct diagnosis for ASD, as even if you fit every part of the criteria for diagnosis, a lot of doctors are not up to date on recent discoveries- still believing it only appears in one way, boys only, etc... And if diagnosed late, people may have already aged out of most of the resources.

    Coby KonneorCoby Konneor17 күн мурун
  • Thank you Dr. Mike. I can’t tell you how many doctors, on learning my sister is deaf, only shouted louder at her.

    Nick MoonNick Moon17 күн мурун
  • Imagine you pronounce somebody dead, and just as you leave the room you hear a gasp. You turn around and the patent is dead, and no one is there. What would you do?

    S. v. m. K.S. v. m. K.19 күн мурун
  • Poor nasally Dr. Mike.

    JNERDX YouTubeJNERDX YouTube20 күн мурун
  • Retired OB nurse here. Many years ago we had a patient with an underlying immune disorder who had gotten pregnant despite it. (Not necessarily a planned or deliberate pregnancy, but a very welcome one to her and her husband.) She had come in to the Labor and Delivery suite with shortness of breath, was stabilized, and sent to the ante/post partum floor. She ended up arresting while there. My charge nurse sent me and another L&D nurse up to assist as much as possible with the code, to free up the regular nurses on that floor. The patient, a lovely woman, ended up not surviving. All the various and sundry people on the code team left after her death was called. and my fellow nurse and I were left to prepare her body for transfer to the morgue. It was not something I'd done before, but absolutely part of my job, and one I was willing to do, particularly as the patient was also an employee at the hospital, whom I knew. Giving her the most respectful and reverent "send off" was the least I could do. BUT, the part that upset me horribly was how the code team handled the immediate aftermath. In the process of the code they'd basically completely uncovered her to have access to veins for IV lines, her chest for compressions, etc. It was appropriate that during the code she was essentially naked on the bed, no problem there. BUT, when they "called" the code, they all just left, leaving her lying, completely naked, on the bed. Really? They couldn't take one second to pull a sheet up over her? That was 35 years ago, and it haunts me still.

    Sally FieldSally Field20 күн мурун
  • hi love ur videos, just wondering what actually keeps someone alive in CPR, even when they are already dead????? Thanks!!!!!! :)

    Yajat MahalingamYajat Mahalingam21 күн мурун
  • if you hear hoves, think horses not zebras ...

    Diana BøllehattenDiana Bøllehatten21 күн мурун
  • When you hear hoofbeats, think horses, not zebras.

    brent y josephbrent y joseph21 күн мурун
  • This isn't related but our stomach is weird. It's just hanging there.

    Floofy ChillFloofy Chill22 күн мурун
  • when doctor mike makes you want to become a family medecine doctor-

    •Bxii • Bear••Bxii • Bear•22 күн мурун
  • I’ve pushed my prolapsed rectum back in sooooo many times. Wash hands well. Put on my nitrile gloves. Pick my longest finger, and carefully push it back in.

    Ricky MaveetyRicky Maveety23 күн мурун
  • Look at dr mike restoring my faith in dr's I've been medically gaslighted for tol long

    Jayda StamatellosJayda Stamatellos27 күн мурун
  • My daughter has chronic gi issues and I could tell as a mother to a patient in a teaching hospital even the veteran doctors in her case gets tripped up.

    Starsky StudioStarsky Studio27 күн мурун
  • I love the fact that you said Deaf instead of hearing impaired. *hugs*

    Airey Thompson-CrockettAirey Thompson-Crockett28 күн мурун
  • 1:36 I said Chest Compressions, Chest Compressions, Chest Compressions lol

    Stoop_KidStoop_Kid28 күн мурун
  • prisoners often hurt themselves just because they want to get out of prison so there was this one guy who injured himself with a small blade, but the wound was pretty deep the doctors took well care of him but he would always poop and stuff poop in the wound so he would always get infected and the sutures didn t hold it properly

    Andra DanielaAndra Daniela29 күн мурун
  • Never wear that color again. Give that shirt to a thrift store.

    ztgglisztgglisАй мурун
  • Why do they have doctors work 24-36 hour shifts? Why not split it up like any other job? Doesn't that leave people more exhausted and more prone to making serious mistakes or being short with patients?

    Malka M.Malka M.Ай мурун
  • Psychology

    Johncie ClarkJohncie ClarkАй мурун
  • whats bears breed?

  • pro tip- when someone dies without their teeth in stuff some gauze in the cheeks and a little bit in the front of the mouth so that you dont have to try to pry the jaw open post rigor mortis

    Ryan ThomasRyan ThomasАй мурун
  • A lot of the nurses I know are overweight and stressed out. There is a small clinic in the store I work at and these nurses subsist on sugar. Lots of it. I never mind is on other things, like processing their transaction when they come through my line...but they are always saying, "Yeah, sorry, not healthy, but I need the energy!" I don't give my real thoughts on the matter because, well, they are _nurses._ They know already very well what the deal is with a poor diet, chronic stress, and bad sleeping habits.

    ZeoVioletZeoVioletАй мурун
  • This is only me but I've never heard 'gunshot wound' being shortened to "GSW" but immediately the fact he said "GSW wound" which clearly means 'gunshot wound wound' just ground my gears. It's like ATM machine.

    Alison BurkholderAlison BurkholderАй мурун
  • sorry if i typed or anything isnt medicly correct im not a med student

    Nemanja IlićNemanja IlićАй мурун
  • my grandpa had a tumor IN HIS BLADER for four years the stupid doctor never checked guess what if he didnt get sent to a difrent doctor he would ve died guess what happend to the doctor ;) (my grandpa sued the doctor and the school that thaught him for over a 100k euros)

    Nemanja IlićNemanja IlićАй мурун
  • i had a similar situation with the poop with a stroke patient i had on my final nursing school placement. The patient was not able to move his right side and when we were giving him a bed bath he started moving his right foot and i screamed and he smiled, and he wasn't able to talk but his eyes just lit up bc the progress he has made was so amazing. Nursing school never prepared me for that

    kaitlinteakaitlinteaАй мурун

    Chloe XiChloe XiАй мурун
  • I LOVE His Brain 😁

    Khyki chocoKhyki chocoАй мурун
  • maybe u can do a video on what the difference is on residents, med student, intern, fellow nurse, charge nurse, just a nurse and so on....

    Karla BCKarla BCАй мурун
  • EXCELENTE!! lessons better than Harvard !!'🤝👌

    Norka SotoNorka SotoАй мурун
  • Does med school uses math?

    Yn Marianette SingYn Marianette SingАй мурун
  • When I went to the gynecologist a couple of weeks ago my doctor came in and was joking around with me and my dad, she cussed a few times, she was laughing but was also giving me the time to explain what I had wanted out of the appointment as well. She was extremely calming to be around because you expect doctors to be very serious and very uppity but she reminded me a lot of some of my friends. She wasn’t talking down to me when I didn’t know exactly what certain birth controls were and when I told her I wanted to get the implant and not the pills which is what is normally what you would do first. 10/10 best doctor I’ve ever had. Only medical personnel that I’ve had time with that have acted on the same level is a nurse that I had last December. She told the nurse she was transferring me to that I was an easy patient since I never asked for anything but ice water and we laughed for a bit about it.

    * LovMyIdol ** LovMyIdol *Ай мурун
  • I saw online that a young nurse had been present during a woman's passing. As she was filling out a report the womans (half an hour later) hand moved. Then she opened her eyes. Looked at the nurse. The nurse goes out into the hall to tell her daughter her mother is alive. They go back into the room. Tell mom. She screams. Dies. Did the news kill her? What happened?

    Michelle TavoianMichelle TavoianАй мурун
  • People: doctor I have this symptom, I feel.... Doctors in my country: i see... PARACETAMOL it is!

    Ana BensoiAna BensoiАй мурун
  • JUST want TO share THIS with EVERYONE!😁 John 3:16 KJV [16] For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. Romans 3:23 KJV [23] For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God; Romans 6:23 KJV [23] For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord. Ephesians 2:8-9 KJV [8] For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: [9] Not of works, lest any man should boast. Romans 10:13 KJV [13] For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. John 10:28-30 KJV [28] And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand. [29] My Father, which gave them me, is greater than all; and no man is able to pluck them out of my Father's hand. [30] I and my Father are one.

    Hannah BartonHannah BartonАй мурун
  • The poop 💩 story, reminds me of the time that I needed to potty train my kids (daycare classroom) and everytime one of them did it, i celebrated it with them....the I realized it was 💩 the cause that im celebrating....🤣😂🤣😂🤣 I wasn’t really prepared to be so......😂🤣😂🤣

    Olivia Al.Olivia Al.Ай мурун
  • I have ADHD and worked night for 2 years. My current job requers a LOT of focus or else it affects my salary. So I REALLY understand how important sleep is and how much it affects the body and mind. What people seem to forget is the it's like working out, I think it takes the body about 2 weeks to get used to a new sleep schedule IF you've been disciplined.

    JohannaJohannaАй мурун
  • Wait doctors sleep...woah

    Lou ArtsyLou ArtsyАй мурун
  • Wash wash wash your hands as i was saying chest compressions chest compressions chest compressions

    MyBaby91307MyBaby91307Ай мурун
  • Leave work at 6 pm than be at work at 5 am. Some bus driver going home at 9pm but they have be at work 5 am.

    AndiAndiАй мурун
  • The first guy needs to be in jail. That's attempted murder in most states.

    BrettBrettАй мурун
  • Thanks for this video I'll be sharing this with my son and his friend who are pre-med bio majors.

    Ms. LópezMs. LópezАй мурун
  • As a student nurse, I had an inappropriate laugh when explaining delirium to a hospice patient's daughter, that we gave a sedative to her dad because he was swearing and swinging at us when we were trying to get him dressed (he just wanted to be naked). I apologized for laughing, said that I know that it was not funny, and that this was so out of character for her dad. Thank goodness for her grace and forgiveness as we navigated that uncomfortably sad conversation.

    Aurora SøgårdAurora SøgårdАй мурун
  • Does he have videos on how to dress well and his skin care? I donno how to dress well and my skin definitely needs work.

    Crispy CCrispy CАй мурун
  • I totally agree to the we are not properly prepared by medical/nurse school to treat with patients with disabilities. Not only in the USA, in Spain too

    Pine ApplePine AppleАй мурун
  • For ALL Healthcare workers from Doctors to janitors, NEED to be trained on Patient Modesty. It is NOT only women who are modest. And when a male patient says NO female healthcare workers THAT SHOULD be treated the SAME way a female patient saying NO male healthcare workers... . STOP immediately verify with the patient what are their wishes then DO THEM, and if you cannot explain the situation, for example . Mrs. Smith, I understand you want all female healthcare workers, we will do everything we can to accommodate your wishes, however we do not have a female doctor available at the moment, she will be here for morning rounds, would you like to wait or proceed with a male doctor, with female healthcare workers present? If she wants to wait, tell her you understand and will do so, but also explain the possible (if any) outcomes are possible with waiting for the female doctor.... . And . Mr Smith I understand you want all male healthcare workers, we will do everything we can to accommodate your wishes, however we do not have a male doctor available at the moment, he will be here for morning rounds, would you like to wait or proceed with a female doctor, with male healthcare workers present? If he wants to wait, tell him you understand and will do so, but also explain the possible (if any) outcomes are possible with waiting for the male doctor.... . There could be a million different reasons for the need of same sex healthcare workers... An abused patient, or respect for their wife/husband who are the only person of that gender to see them completely nude. It is not misandry from female patients, or misogyny from male patients... . More info go to the non-profit website www.

    helookalikaman79helookalikaman79Ай мурун
  • That moment when you can see his brain trying to reconnect

    Colby SolomonColby SolomonАй мурун
  • The last one reminds me of a clip from a movie where a patient had a heart attack and the doctors were running around looking for a doctor before realizing they were doctors I would never ever want to be a patient in that hospital

    ItsmylifeItsmylifeАй мурун
  • My MOTHER a nurse was in hospice refused to remove her teeth because she did not want to die without her teeth

    Mary YoungMary YoungАй мурун
  • I wear hearing aids I hate when Dr start talking to me when my ears are out they just checked my ears ... I am working on putting aids back in I can not hear without them aids in Anything you say I do not hear Plus I can NOT read lips when busy Stresses me out Please wait to talk till I can hear you

    Mary YoungMary YoungАй мурун
  • Am med student (clinical yr) in rounds and bedsides the doctors call out on us when we give the wrong answer and start insulting us in front of the patent. I tried to shake it of...we were in lock down in my country this few months bcoz of covid but now we r about to go back to campus and i have anxiety attacks whenever i start thinking about going back to campus and seeing that ward again...i want to read and be prepared but whenever i start reading i'll remember the ward and bum anxiety (especially when i remember questions i missed the last clinical yr oral exam) do i deal with this PLEASE HELP!

    Emu AsfawEmu AsfawАй мурун
  • Re: the disability issue- I have Spina Bifida (plus a whole host of other issues, but anyway) at a recent hospital visit, a medical professional was asking my medical history and when I said I have Spina Bifida, they asked “oh and have you had that since birth?” (internally) well it’s a BIRTH DEFECT, so I’m gonna have to say “ yes!” Another doctor told me to RUN from this doctor and don’t allow them to treat me. Me: *looks at my walking stick and recently amputated toe* “ well I mean I could probably manage a hobble, but I think asking me to RUN is a bit too much!”

    huggledemon32huggledemon32Ай мурун
  • some doctors i had were not properly trained in dealing with my service dog. IE: to ignore her, what to or not to ask about her. some were too interested in her, some were not interested enough in the fact I had her.

    Captain FloorCaptain Floor2 ай мурун
  • Not gonna lie, Doc. I haven't gotten 7-9 hours of sleep since I was a toddler. Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder sucks in a diurnal society.

    Pip HolmesPip Holmes2 ай мурун
  • Your intros are sick

    Suchi BavanSuchi Bavan2 ай мурун
  • Or who happens to be autisic (me)

    Tech-Hilfe PortalTech-Hilfe Portal2 ай мурун
  • my mum was working at the library and an old man came in with a late book so he got a fine he paid the fine but he went out onto the steps and opened up his ostmy all over they had to hire proffesional cleaners

    The 808The 8082 ай мурун
  • 2:28 is it just me or was Dr. Mike a little teary eyed over the anonymous patient's poop? Lol. Ngl, I got hyped for the guy. I've been in the hospital before literally just waiting for days for a BM so that we could move on to the next step lol. I can relate to his joy.

    Delicate DisasterDelicate Disaster2 ай мурун
  • Post- "gunshot wound" Dr. Mike- **Dr. Mode activated** "GSW...**KGworldr mode activates** wound" 🤣

    Delicate DisasterDelicate Disaster2 ай мурун
  • I got to call the time of birth for my oldest. The doctor was so focused in on me (difficult labor) and my child (not breathing) she didn't bother to look at the time. She leaned in after the nurse asked time of birth, and said i didn't look, you make the call. She came out of you. I'll sign off. 5:30pm it was! 😊😊😊😊

    Charlie KCharlie K2 ай мурун
  • What you mentioned at start is trained to PCAs

    IronPandaIronPanda2 ай мурун
  • his eyes is also speaking

    im shyim shy2 ай мурун
  • Have you ever thrown up because of something you saw with a patient?

    Theo WrightTheo Wright2 ай мурун
  • I was never trained how to react when a patient collapses in front of me in the pharmacy. But then it happened twice in my first year...

    Junta MomonariJunta Momonari2 ай мурун
  • I once had a patient coming into my pharmacy. He just had a bloody fight around the corner and wanted us to do first aid on his wounds. Naturally you can't send him away and you wear gloves for the treatment but only AFTER he spilled his blood all over the floor he told us he has Hep B >.

    Junta MomonariJunta Momonari2 ай мурун
  • From a patient perspective it is kind of scary when doctors don't know what is going on and tells you "If this doesn't work you will be admitted, as we don't know what is wrong". I had chest pains, fever, couldn't breathe properly and couhing so they tought I had pnemonia but they couldn't confirm it due to all tests coming back negative and by this point I had been in and out of hospital for a week for different kinds of tests. So they gave me antibiotics and just hoped it would work. It turned out that I had pnemonia and have had it 3 years in a row always in the summer and it never shows on any tests and doctors don't believe me when I tell them what it probably is.

    AayanzAayanz2 ай мурун
  • Why did my brain immediately jump to "CHEST COMPRESSIONS CHEST COMPRESSIONS" when he said "the first thing you have to do if you get any kind of injury like that" LMAOOO

    Megan BanfieldMegan Banfield2 ай мурун
  • Did anyone else think he was going to say chest compressions when he was talking about washing’s😂

    Avery KirschtAvery Kirscht2 ай мурун
  • Remember us with invisible disabilities, too. It’s disheartening to have doctor after doctor not believe me and tell me “you don’t look sick”

    Nancy MuellerNancy Mueller2 ай мурун
  • Dr. Mike got the perfect jobs cz he clearly loves to advice.. Hahha. Ur fan

    Ali MowlanaAli Mowlana2 ай мурун
  • I have had my illiostomy bag for 6 years and now I am getting it removed. I can’t wait to poop again

    A a d s C lA a d s C l2 ай мурун
  • 43 seconds in and I started yelling "Y E S S" and clapping Explaintion: I'm disabled😭😂

    Decker JasteDecker Jaste2 ай мурун
  • love the second thread where he says gsw wound (gun shot wound wound).

    Austin RogersAustin Rogers2 ай мурун
  • If 36 hour shifts are legal I will literally never trust a medical professional ever again

    Samantha MartinSamantha Martin2 ай мурун
  • Idk why but I laughed so hard at the prolapse story😹😹😹🤦🏻‍♀️

    TearsofRainbow01TearsofRainbow012 ай мурун
  • you said pharmacist! Can you do a video interviewing a pharmacist and how they interact in the healthcare team?

    Mary HasaballaMary Hasaballa2 ай мурун
  • Believe me, I wanna sleep 7-9 hours a night so bad. But med school in Thailand is sooo tough. In final year, there are days that you have to do ward work, and at night stay on call, and in the morning you go to do ward work again without proper resting. I got only 3-4 hours of sleep (with waking up every hours between.) This happens about 2 times a week. It feels so bad.

    Aimazing SofiaAimazing Sofia2 ай мурун
  • 8:03 I’m triggered at how ‘over-testing’ has a hyphen, then ‘over treatment’ has a space, THEN ‘overwhelming’ has no space or hyphen!

    KaveGemKaveGem2 ай мурун
    • I know it’s mostly, ‘technically’ correct but still...

      KaveGemKaveGem2 ай мурун
  • Jesus loves anyone reading this! You are wonderfully made!

    Serana MarieSerana Marie2 ай мурун
  • As a Deaf person, that is aspiring to major in the medical field, yes, i wholeheartedly agree! we need more recognition!

    a random person welpa random person welp2 ай мурун
  • “Differential Diagnosis”, or as my mum says, “when you hear hoof beats, don’t look for zebras”.

    Tate PetterTate Petter2 ай мурун
  • my mom appendix was next to rupturing for nearly a week. she was sick as dog. she went to the doctor of 4 separate occasions bc it hurt so bad but her appendix was a bit higher than normal so they never ruled it as an option until one doctor was like “okay let me at least check y’know” & they found it & it would’ve ruptured if a few more hours had passed. she wasn’t mad at the doctors for not realizing her appendix was placed differently but i think that thats a good example of what he was saying at 9:49

    ErincakecakeErincakecake2 ай мурун
  • The one about not always having the answer reminded me of my experience as a child being diagnosed with an Arteriovenous Malformation. My GP said it was just growing pains first, then an overgrown muscle from the leg compensating for an issue with the other leg, to a tumor, to finally the malformation. We went through 3 different doctors before one thought he knew what it was. He referred us to a 4th who finally diagnosed it. I guess this particular type of malformation is usually on the brain/head and doesn't present until later in life. Mine was in my left thight, woven in among the muscles there. The increase in hormones triggered by puberty at 10 caused it to start growing. It's unusual placement and presentation made it difficult to identify and it took us almost 2 years to get an answer.

    Rockshadow91Rockshadow912 ай мурун
  • Drop the skincare routine!!!

    Simar KaurSimar Kaur2 ай мурун
  • Nurse here, nobody ever tells you how brutal CPR is and how unsuccessful it usually is and how we are forced to give it to 80+ year olds because people think it is like tv and want full measures even when it is completely inappropriate. Eg. patient multiple medical issues such as metastatic cancer, AKI and/or chronic kidney disease, previous MI’s with AF or other cardiac issues all wrapped into one very sick package. And they are usually old which decreases the odds even further that any resuscitation attempts will be anything but brutal, unsuccessful and traumatic for everyone involved.

    Vields 23Vields 232 ай мурун
  • Yeah I am a student midwife and I feel they don't give us tools to deal with mothers that have hearing disabilities. I decided to take sign language in my spare time

    Abigail CachiaAbigail Cachia2 ай мурун