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Dilahirkan pada tahun Monyet,Pernah mendapat pendidikan di Pasti Nurul Kiah, Sekolah Rendah Islam Darul Aman, dan juga Maktab Mahmud Alor Setar. Kini penulis merupakan pelajar perubatan, tahun akhir di Jordan University Science and Technology

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Life lesson in radiology.

Pingu.. pingu...



" One day, you can either be a physician or just a certificate holders.. your choice!" - Dr Qusai 

Semua orang terdiam. Sunyi.



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Radiology ni lain sikit pada yang lain. Round dia kelas ja. Yalah kerja dia tengok gambar ja. Cuma nya gambar dia lain sikit la. Hitam putih. Alah.. macam gambar tv 70 an 80 an dulu lah.

Entah aku tengok gambar semua sama ja.

" This is the Kerley B line.. Syuf! Hon!! " syarah seorang doktor mukim pagi tadi. 

Pejim celik aku tengok. Tak nampak2. Last-last aku buat imaginary line sendiri. Haha.. baru nampak.. Angguk kan ja dalam kelas. Kesian pulak doktor beria-ia tunjuk. Kang tak nampak merajuk pulak.. hahaha..

Tapi apa-apa pun aku memang tabik la doktor mukim (MO) tadi nii punya power tu sekali tengok ja dah taw si fulan ni ada pathology sekian-sekian.

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Doc Qusai, besar orangnya. Nuclear Medicine , itu memang mainan dia lah. 1 st day dia masuk dah beletiaq , pasal budak lambat, adab dengan guru, adab tuntu ilmu. Yang paling best nya dia pangkah geng-geng isap rokok.. haha.. terkebil-kebil kena..  tersenyum puas aku.. haha

Kebetulan kelas dia hari ni panjang sikit. Sampai lah lebih kurang slide yang ke 3 , elok ja file dibukak seorang pelajar mengeluh,

" 105 slides? .."

Doc tersenyum~

" You will keep studying to the end of your life.." doktor memulakan ceramah beliau.. deep in my heart i know this is going to be a long session of life lesson ...

 "Being a doctor you has already decided that you're gonna sacrifice your life for the sake of others.. and that includes learning.." sebenarnya doc cakap dalam bahasa arab.. aku cuma translate seboleh aku...

" to be a specialist alone at least you have to study about 15 years ... i know more than half of you if given a choice to go back 5 years ago.. you'll choose different professions..."

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Sebenarnya aku dengar ramai yang mengeluh. Ramai? Majoriti mungkin.

"Untung nya jadi budak dentist perbandingan kami dengan budak dentist ja sebab kami dikelilingi oleh banyak student dentist.kalau banding dengan dak2 yarmouk lagi sakit hati.. cuti banyak... nnti kerja waktu pejabat... gaji lebih kurang kita ja.."

Masa preklinikal tak banyak sangat rungutan macam ni.. cuma baru-baru ni sejak masuk ke alam klinikal ni makin banyak pulak.. Yelah jadual makin sibuk.. cuti secoet... raya tak dapat balik Malaysia.. material makin lama makin berat kecuali tahun heaven tahun 5 according to our university's  system lah.. 

Tulah kalau variable nya keuntungan dunia... awal-awal lagi keputusan untuk belajar medicine ni dah kalah..

duit?

lebih kurang kerja lain.. kaya lagi orang yang buat bisnes

working hours?

aku rasa buruh kasar pun lagi banyak rehat dari duktur... nak dapat office hours? keep on dreaming brothers!

social status?

sekarang ni pakai serban , pandai cakap , goreng-goreng sikit tambah perencah, kicap, garam secukup rasa dah boleh dapat title ulama' bro! mudah-mudah dapat 2 3 orang bini... tah kadang-kadang ilmu tak teqa mana pun.. aku malas cakap ulama' xdak ijazah.. sbb sistem sekarang ni ilmu kau xleh ukur ikut ijazah sangat.. pak hamka rilek ja dapat anugerah phd.. x ikut sistem konvensional pun.

cuma yang aku rasa kelebihan profession as a doctor ni sebab chances ko nak buat good deeds tu terbentang luas... luas gila-gila cakap kau... everyday kerja kau berkhidmat jaga kesihatan... insyaAllah hari-hari dapat pahala with the right niat of course 

tulah... niat hari ni , esok boleh jadi berubah...

doakan aku ikhlas...

please?

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A day in anaesthesia~

Salamz

For those who dont know, i'm currently in my fifth year of medical school.. yeah!!! For the time being i'm in the anaesthesia rotation. You know.. the one that involve in making people unconcious and stuff. Well generally this rotation is all about standing and do nothing, just watching the surgeon cutting, pulling and whatever you can do involving human body. Simply put surgery. We as student can do nothing except of course taking pintures, selfie, wefie.. haha.. and then post it in social media boasting about the surgery we saw and pretending to be very excited, happy in that cool looking scrub shirt. 


boring students and their extra curricular activity.. haha



Actually i'm already in my second half of my fifth year.. i was scheduled with all the hard rotation earlier.. believe me it was the most excrutiating, physically and mentally exhausted 4 months i ever have.. and it is a relieves that all of it is over! finally i can start enjoying going to the hospital everyday.. no adrenaline rush in q&a session during round, no history taking and most importantly going back early everyday... haha

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It was like every other day, i would wake up early in the morning (if you can call 8 am is early, of course i did my subuh prayer.. it is just the temptation of the bed that one does not simply deny with the effects of cold temperature.. everybody would jump into their bed.. it was like there is a magnet or something that prevents you from keeping away from it.. haha) and limping (i have knee problem right now)  my way to the hospital. 

me with sleepy face~

Usually i will arrive at the ot room about 9 am plus minus 10 minutes. Expectedly i would get an oversize scrub clothing with the cutting of a bear i would say. Just imagine even with the belt rope was pulled to the max that is still not enough I will need another belt to tighten my waist in case of emergency and of course i will have an elvis presley style trousers.. the different is just the big part is up to the tigh.. haha.. well at least it is windy.. haha

then, the morning seminar started.. it just took about fifteen minutes and the seminar was done by the doctor incharge (it supposed to be given by the student with surveillance by the doc) the shortest seminar i must say.. well nobody actually care about the seminar.. they would prefer to study the material at home.. only after that we were allowed to go visit any ot room that we want..

today was different because it was the first time i did an intubation! haha.. well i may be exagerrated a little bit.. just inserted the endotracheal tube.. but still.. achievement unlock! haha... luckily the nurse was kind of like force me to do it.. i was hesitated a lil bit.. but at the end i did it anyway.. and it was perfect! haha...maybe it was just luck or it was just my latent talent.. haha.. (i hope that makcik's vocal cord is not damage..)


the surgeon was doc fayez jallad.. and this is the lucky patient that get intubated by me.. hahaha


after that i didn't wait for the surgery (it was a hysterectomy), i went roaming around peeking from every other door for about 10 to 15 minutes.. another 5 minutes taking pictures... kholas! go home! haha... 

adios!

ps: pardon me for any grammatical mistakes haha although im quite sure there is lot
pps: been trying to polish my english since we talk broken english-arabic here..