Thu Aug 1, 2013, 11:12 AM
Aristus (35,235 posts)
When I put my lab coat on in the mornings, it always feel akin to strapping on a suit of armor.
Not to defend against my patients, of course.
Disease, I guess. And an occasional sense of futility when patients are non-compliant with their treatment plans, or continue to smoke, etc.
Another day ahead. Hope it brings good things...
I love you all...
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When I put my lab coat on in the mornings, it always feel akin to strapping on a suit of armor. (Original post)
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Thu Aug 1, 2013, 06:01 PM
In_The_Wind (60,819 posts)
13. Sorry, I slept through your very trying afternoon.
Perhaps this will give you a warm and cuddly feeling to carry you through the rest of your afternoon.
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Thu Aug 1, 2013, 02:17 PM
femmocrat (19,194 posts)
8. I wondered about that...
You must see all kinds of ailments that are contagious. How do doctors avoid catching everything they treat?
I know from working in an elementary school.... I'm always using the disinfectant and sanitizer! If a kid sneezes, I call the custodian to disinfect the area! LOL I'm kind of germ-aphobic though. I don't get sick very often though! Must have built up a "resistance" over the years.