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1 year of pediatrics residency. My experience and Simple PTR for those interested in taking Pediatrics.

1. Be ready to lose a lot of pens and staplers. Never forget to carry spares. Also peds is incomplete without a simple measuring tape.

2. Be ready to be a part of /n
One of the most overworked departments if you choose a tertiary care hospital.

2. Learn to look. You'llget to see the most classical and the most obscure findings if you're observant enough.

3. A crying baby should never be ignored. Never move on if you dont find a reason /n
4. Never ignore a mother's complaint. For you its a patient, for her its her world.

5. Never take a symptomatic history. Never try to find a history based on the signs and symptoms you see. The parents out of frustration and agitation may say yes to everything you ask.
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Welcome everyone to our 2nd Pediatric on Squares Board Review Course
We are starting today until the coming 8 days
Hope it’ll be helpful and enjoyable course
✏️ Note that you still can join and register on the course with accessibility to all recorded session until 27th of August ImageImage
Day 1
1st session: Pulmonology Review
By Dr. Bassem Kurdi @Bassemkurdi

#Pediatric #Pulmonology #MCQ ImageImage
Day 1
2nd session: Keys to Answer MCQs
3rd session: Neonatology review
By: Prof. Abdulrahman Alnemari @aalnemri
#Pediatric #Neonatology #NICU #MCQ ImageImage
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Dr Barrington draws attention to this well written open access commentary #MedTwitter #Neonatology #Disability #QoL A good life cannot be predicted from a brain scan!
Neonatologists often stare at seeming disasters early in the life of a newborn. Parents are distraught and ask how the road ahead would be? We are tempted to carry out tests and scans, lean on our personal experience and give our opinion: This itself has consequences 2/n
Research in keeping with the World Health Organization’s definition of QoL (a child or parent’s perception of their life) shows that disability severity has little relationship to life quality 3/n
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