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I saw this hilarious poster hanging in my professor’s office. Sometimes, I wonder if this is how my patients see a rookie doctor like me!

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9 thoughts on “Patient’s POV

  1. I practiced on an orange. Must not have been grapefruit season yet! Just the same, I was happy it was a temporary need to self-inject insulin. The “ick” factor had to be blocked before you did it.

    If you failed to block it, you’d bend that little needle every time and have to replaced it, start over, and endure even more “anti-ick” preparation.

    Oddly enough, there was little sensation of a needle entering one’s body. A mosquito could top it!

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