A question I commonly receive in my messages and emails is: “What types of questions do physicians ask?” It would be unreasonable to list every question I was asked by a physician because it would be boring after the first 50 or so, but I can certainly list a few of them. I will break […]Read more "What Do They Ask?"
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted a case … so here you go: A 53 year old female with a past medical history of hypertension, GERD (gastro-esophageal reflux disease), and depression presented to the emergency room with chest pains. Standard laboratory work-up including CBC, BMP, and troponin was ordered and all were completely normal. The […]Read more "A Case & A Question"
Yesterday I presented and defended my doctoral research and if you’ve never had to go through an experience of conducting, analyzing, writing, and then defending research at this level … well you just really need to experience it yourself to completely understand. I won’t go into the nitty gritty details of my research, as it […]Read more "My Research – A Never Ending Experiment"
I must apologize to my readership for not posting as often as I was the first few weeks; let me just say that the amount of writing that is involved in obtaining a doctorate is … well … immense. I just realized after spending 14 hours today immersed in fine tuning my thesis research proposal, […]Read more "An Emergency Consultation Request"
This post I wanted to take a poll. This poll – the first in the blog so I hope there are not any technical glitches – is about your current thoughts on the DCLS. I imagine that if you have gotten this far in following my blog, then you’ve read the posts up until now. […]Read more "Wanna answer a question for me?"
While I was working for a few years in the large medical center in the New Orleans metropolitan area, I started having “Out of the Lab” experiences. Back then these were nearly unheard of and were often cast aside like “out of body” experiences. However I was curious what occurred outside of the laboratory dungeon […]Read more "Initial “Out of the Lab” Experiences"