Med School NEVER Prepared Me For This

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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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  • Dr. Mike i would love to talk to you about my experience with crohn's to help people understand it better.

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  • I remember i was proud for pooping after 14 days in a hospital. I didn't have any problem with my gut but maybe anxiety kicked in and i wasn't pooping for those days. Then the day they where transferring me to my home the whole system start working again and i don't have to tell you what gasses there where inside my room.

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  • When my mum was a nurse for the psychiatric elderly patients, she had a lot and I mean a lot of memorable experiences. For instance this is very very gross but one of her female patients would make 'malteasers' and give them to the nurses and doctors. She would often leave them on the heater to let's say dry. If you haven't figured it out yet, the maltesers were made of her poop. She would stick her fingers up her butt and make these 'malteasers'. Long story short, never ever trust anyone giving you malteasers.

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  • Lawyer here, if you intentionally exposed a person with bodily fluids with the intent of infecting/hurting them it could be classed as assault with bodily fluids but the downside to that is the suspect could Plead not guilty by means of insanity cause something must be mean tilt wrong if you purposely expose people the hiv

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  • I do agree more disability training. I work with waiver patients and special needs patients. My heart breaks with the lack of education and resource linking for clients.

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  • 10:19 I'll be honest, the fear of being a 'Real" doctor from Med student had me running up the hills the moment I graduated and got my certificate..... Now I'm studying Medical /Scientific Illustration soooo Med school time, money and effort hasn't gone down the drain .... at least is what I tell my parents maybe down the years I might grow the courage to make that leap, for now I like combining my love to learn with my love to draw , best of two Worlds ! On another note, any experience with Medical/Scientific Illustrators before?

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  • If someone tries to expose you to their HIV+ blood or similar it might be felony assault, get your hospital security there ASAP and let them handle it. My sister is an ED nurse (I hate that, I preferred when it was called ER) and that happened to her. He was arrested for felony assault and cuffed to his bed by the police until he could go to jail. Talk about focked up. I don't know what happened after that, all she knows is that the police took him away after he was well enough to be discharged.

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  • Mike get some sleep bro! Looking a little raged.

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  • I don’t wanna sound like an idiot but What’s a code blue

    Declan WolfDeclan Wolf13 päivää sitten
  • After the poop story " FrEbReEsE'

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  • I looked at Doctor Mike's eyes. Are you getting enough sleep?

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  • parents still want me to sleep 10+ hours of sleep...

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  • WTF do they not teach you that CPR breaks ribs in med school? I mean I learned that in the few hours medical first aid thingy that I needed to take in order to get my driving license.

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  • #HePooped

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  • When i was living with my grandpa. He was vary sick and on hospice. We knew he was going to pass soon. But when i woke up one morning and he wasn't moving. I knew he passed away in his sleep. I went and touched him. I had to make sure of what i was going on. He was ice cold when i touched him. I have had MA training. But nuthing prepares you for finding someone dead for the first time. Especially a loved one.

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  • Ummm what's that line on the elbow

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  • Because of school my 11 year old Daughter gets 8 hours of sleep max

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  • Have you visited Finland, asking cause you are born in russia

    Casper HolmbergCasper Holmberg21 päivä sitten
  • While you were talking about stress in the workplace I felt so bad because my Mum is the deputy chief Sonographer (so 2nd in charge) and her boss went away on a holiday to Africa to help out there leaving my mum boss for 8 months! IN 2020!! And my mum had to scan at least 10 scovid (suspected Covid) along with the other 30 people she scanned daily all while having to put up with a very annoying daughter, my sister, and my dad who also got stressed because his boss went on a holiday at the start of the year and he had to step up to the GM (General Manager) at an aged care home. Both working 7am - 6pm on a good day and with a child in high school and one in primary school. Meaning I had to get to my Highschool at 6:30am in the morning when it started at 9 and my sister had to deal with the same. Although she did a program that had carers from 6:30am till school and then 3:30pm til 6pm. Anyways, thanks for reading all of this!

    Jeff Is 21Jeff Is 2124 päivää sitten
  • Hi dr.mike I am a bit worried because in this video your eye lids seem a bit darker than usual. We're u feeling ok (not trying to be to personal, if I am feel free to remove the comment .)

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  • Hi Dr Mike is it bad that I don’t have gag reflex my friends say that it is weird the only time it comes up is when i don’t like something or see my friend putting yogurt on his sandwich 🤢🤮

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  • Yes! Thank you for pointing out the education on people with disabilities, this is not only needed in the medical field but in most areas as well! Also, THANK YOU for putting subtitles on ALL of your videos, it makes it so much easier to understand and follow along.

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  • ... SARS cov-19.

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  • Why he look like he got orange eye shadow

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    • he works hard

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    • thats rude. he is just tired

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  • I went through for social service work. Never do they ever tell you or teach you that you can find your clients dead. I did. Still dealing with the aftermath. Schools really need to start teaching practical and real situations.

    Desirae DuahDesirae Duah27 päivää sitten
  • Doctor Mike I Have A Question That You Probably Won’t See But Could You React To A FIstream Channel “Opperation Ouch”

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  • I think my body is invisible to gross pictures.

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  • It would be cool if medical schools would do "field trips" to assistance dog training schools near them and work with/observe the trainers and even with the new teams in training. The one in Kansas, KSDS Assistance Dogs, Inc does "Day with a Trainer" sessions where able bodied people are given a taste of life with various disabilities. They train service dogs for people with mobility impairments and guide dogs for people with visual impairments and part of their own training and that of their volunteer puppy raisers is to do various normal daily tasks with simulated disabilities. It is very eye-opening.

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  • I guess what to do when a patient dies like protocol wise, how to respond to the family but also what to do when you have a hard time recovering. I had my first patient die during dinner shift. Like halfway down the hall we are in the middle of everything. Suddenly I see the light of a room my colleague went in earlier (Patient was terminal but was alive when she was there) about 5-10 min prior. I was like oh the family might need something or the patient wanted something (since the patient still like tried to eat and drink but didn't feel up to it before) so I went there as a nursing student and opened the door after knocking and the family was to me: "We think he has passed." I had to take a minute to process both the death and what I was doing next like the headnurse was busy like do I call them? Should I wait? I decided and told the family: I am a student I can't fully confirm this. Do you mind if I check for a pulse so I can tell the headnurse, she will take stuff over but I want to be sure that I don't call her unnecessarily. Thank God the family knew me since I helped that patient during their final days, were super grateful. But god will I never forget first time touching a dead guy

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  • I thought you were going to say "when I had my first patient that was blind, I tried to give her a high five" lol

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  • I remember vividly a moment in grad school when I had to go to the Medical School library to see a particular article (my area was not medicine), and when I saw all the books and journals in all the different areas -- stacks and stacks of books and documents -- I realized there was no way any doctor could possibly know all this. It changed the way I looked at my doctors in a very good way -- that they do the best they can with the knowledge they have employing the skills and knowledge they have to learn new skills and take in new knowledge as they grow as doctors and encounter new situations.

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  • Me sees patient's first poop in a while: *GOOD SHIT*

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  • A student infected herself with HeLa cells in the thumb, so part of the thumb had to be removed.

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  • the whole appendicitis/abdominal pain thing clears a lot up for me. i’ve been to doctors/hospitals COUNTLESS times for severe back pain. only to have them diagnose me with “back pain” and i leave like gee thanks doc didn’t know THAT. i have scoliosis and large breasts and am technically overweight. i’ve lost weight. still had back pain. done x-rays for the scoliosis. all they can tell me is that it’s “back pain”. at one point i thought it was sciatica. never really had a straight answer. it’s frustrating

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  • I have gotten less then 6 hours of sleep in the last 2 days. Cant seem to sleep..

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  • I never learned in med school or even really residency how to handle a patient who weighs 500lbs and needs a CT scan (max weight is around 450) and all of the nearby tertiary centers with bigger scanners or MRI machines are on Code black. Obesity kills.

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  • The like to dislike ratio of Dr. Mike is impressive.

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  • New sub here n yeah that answer about how to help a blind person or people with disabilities is definitely something doctors n nurses should have a little knowledge of

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  • I'm so confused by what "on call" is in the medical profession.. Because it's definitely not the normal job kind.

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  • 1:54 ah yes, a Gunshot wound wound.

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  • Deaf etiquette is a bit tricky and adding interpreter etiquette is whole other ball game.

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  • I was never actually trained on how to properly do PPE. Like. Never. Even tho we yearly had to wort with the noro virus on internships. But never, once, did we learn or prepare for ppe ever at school

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  • 😡😒 😓the looks you feel like giving when ER , Dr or nurses tells you the same thing the guy working at Walmart does when you ask where something is. And they say I Don't Know . About an illness or pain that is or has been life debilitating.

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  • 6:07 you disappointed us :(

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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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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

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  • 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.

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

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  • 5:35 *You can’t pour from an empty cup*

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

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

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  • 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.

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  • Teacher: This kid is dying Call 911 The school nurse: uh uh ice

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  • 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.

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  • 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 Dodson2 kuukautta sitten
  • 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.

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  • 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 Konneor2 kuukautta sitten
  • Thank you Dr. Mike. I can’t tell you how many doctors, on learning my sister is deaf, only shouted louder at her.

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  • 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?

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  • Poor nasally Dr. Mike.

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  • 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.

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

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  • if you hear hoves, think horses not zebras ...

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  • When you hear hoofbeats, think horses, not zebras.

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  • This isn't related but our stomach is weird. It's just hanging there.

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  • when doctor mike makes you want to become a family medecine doctor-

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  • 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.

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  • Look at dr mike restoring my faith in dr's I've been medically gaslighted for tol long

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  • 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.

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  • I love the fact that you said Deaf instead of hearing impaired. *hugs*

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  • 1:36 I said Chest Compressions, Chest Compressions, Chest Compressions lol

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  • 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

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  • Never wear that color again. Give that shirt to a thrift store.

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  • 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?

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  • Psychology

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  • whats bears breed?

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  • 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

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • sorry if i typed or anything isnt medicly correct im not a med student

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  • 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)

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  • 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

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  • I LOVE His Brain 😁

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