Just a short note. Finished my gen med last week - which ended on an unexpected note actually. Glad to get it done and put it behind me.
I need to start anew. I know I'm doing my best so I don't need to apologize for that. But I guess there are some things I can be more pro-active about! Always room for improvement!
Anyway, a new fresh start. Just started Acute Coronary Care for 2 weeks. Today was the first day. Seemed quite interesting really. And the 6th year med student on the team is very nice, very keen in teaching me. :D Time to brush up on some cardiology related stuff.
Heard a cool (and very clear!) murmur today. Pansystolic and early diastolic murmur loudest on tricuspid area, nil radiation. I think it was due to tricuspid regurgitation and aortic regurgitation. Wow, I can identify a diastolic murmur!!
Cardiology seems to have a good mixture of medicine and procedural stuff. But I know it's a very competitive speciality to get into though!
All things aside, need to focus on exams which are coming soon! *yikes* So much to study... and so much to remember. :(
PS: Yes, pun intended for my post's title, if you didn't notice. :p