First I would like to take this time to thank the man above for blessing me with the opportunity to continue playing the sport I love most. Second I would like to thank my Family, friends and my girlfriend for making sure I didn’t settle for less and for pushing me to do better also for making sure I pursued my dreams. Last but not least I would like to thank my coaches and teammates, none of this would’ve possible without you guys, I will carry the lifelong bonds we established and carry the memories with me thank you all for being great teammates, I will miss the long bus rides home with everyone complaining about a cramp and just everyone roasting each other. You all are my brothers for life. Also another quick big thank you to the Fabens Community for all the support throughout the years, your support was never taken for granted you all made sure to push the team and I with your chants that matched the bands intensity, you all made Friday nights lights feel alive, I will forever bleed Navy Blue and Gold. Without further ado I would love to humbly announce that I will be furthering my education and athletic career at Wayland Baptist University🟡🔵 a big thank you to Coach Hill and the Pioneer family for believing me and taking a chance on me. #ProtectTheBrand #FearThePioneers #CodeBlue
Berikut ini adalah dokumentasi ACLS AHA Training pada tanggal 27-28 Mei 2020.
Bagi Sahabat Summit yang ingin mengasah skill dan pengetahuan, jangan ragu untuk belajar walau kita sedang berada dalam masa pandemik COVID-19.
Summit Healthcare tetap menjalankan kegiatan ini sesuai dengan anjuran yang diberikan pemerintah.
Gunakan masker, jaga jarak aman, rajin cuci tangan, perhatikan kondisi/kesehatan tubuh tetap fit.
. "Menolong itu pilihan. Tapi, jangan jadikan COVID-19 sebagai alasan untuk kita tidak memberikan pertolongan kepada orang yg mengalami henti jantung, karena setiap nyawa itu berharga."
I don’t twist and turn anymore on my on call bed practically hugging my 📟. That was my behavior as an intern on the #codeblue team. I kept waking up thinking ‘did I miss it?’. I even paged myself at least once a night to make sure it was working.
Despite the rush of adrenaline mixed with anxiety of getting a call fr a nurse or another team member abt something relatively STAT, I ask you to take a deep breath first and foremost. I often would, when abruptly woken in the middle of the night, take a series of rapid breaths to try to wake up faster... essentially try to hyperoxygenate but while seated. Nothing like trying to make executive decisions while half asleep 🤦🏼♀️ 😑 . .
That being said today I was concentrating so hard on the storyline fr the nurse and APP during the calls ... I missed the fact that my pen had exploded. I now have some unpretty marks on my arm that are being rather stubborn.
I’m still on the front end of a 12d run of call but I have been marked. I’m hoping the rest of call will be mellow yellow and the 📟 will go back to sleep. I’m thinking long sleeves beneath my scrubs is the dress plan for tomorrow 🤔 .🤣😂🤣. To be technical this is one of the reasons why I don’t wear white coats. My pens have a very bad habit of 🤯. I also REFUSE to wear a pocket protector. 😆 not my style. Have a laugh on me!! #besafe#handhygiene !
Cada 29 de abril, el sol se pone durante 6 meses en la Antártida... Comienza la cuenta atrás para el estreno de #TheHead ... ¿Estáis listos? No te la pierdas, el 12 de junio, en @orange_es
Every April 29th, the sun sets for 6 months in Antarctica ... The countdown to the #TheHead premiere begins ... Are you ready? Do not miss it, on June 12th, on Orange Tv.
It's a hurtful phrase. Saying ” All lives Matter” it's like saying all cancers matter too when this is clearly the deadliest and most painful form of cancer that needs our attention now. #blacklivesmater#triage#codeblue#911
Took a drive down to Times Square over the weekend, haven’t done so since the shutdown, so I was really curious to see how one of the busiest places in this country had changed, it was a Sunday evening, great weather and while there was some people there, it really felt unrecognizable...The drive through 42nd from the WestSide Highway was a literal ghost town, type of stuff you’d only see in a movie 😳 .
Really got me thinking, how the City that never sleeps is no more, the hustle that powered this area is no more and tbh maybe it was necessary....if we take time to reflect and find ways to adjust, is it really all bad? I can live with the decrease in congestion, traffic, pollution from the emissions of cars, the idea that telecommuting might be the new norm for a lot of jobs 100% or even if people are just require to show up to the office 2x a week at most and get to do their jobs from home the rest of the week, how will that improve our health and quality of life? The time we Can spend with our loved ones, how it will eventually balance out the exuberant cost of living within the city...I personally HATED crowds as a NYer, gave me anxiety and I would avoid them at all cost and I do feel a bit of guilt trying to find the silver lining in this mess, knowing first hand what the cost of it was, but I touched on this in one of my infertility posts, how is not really about how many times we fall, but about how we find a way to get up and keep going....this Virus won’t just go away, at least not now, so as we find ways to keep living, maybe the adjustments will end up being better for our mental and physical health, this place conditioned us to live ON THE GO and never gave us time to appreciate our blessings, maybe this is our chance...thoughts? 👀🤔
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