Could it be? Am I caught up on my roundups?
Three cheers for productivity!
It’s true, in the midst of the CaRMS interview madness, I have actually managed to finish my roundups, the second draft of my script, and most of my LEGO project. It’s been an awesome couple of days.
But I digress. The internal medicine of 4th year consists of a few weeks of selective time – i.e. choose what you’d like to do (in theory, anyway). I ended up on the cardiology service for a wonky couple of weeks, thanks to the post-Christmas scheduling. Which means I didn’t get to see dermatology, GI, endocrine, infectious diseases, etc., etc. But it was a great few weeks nonetheless! I spent a few days on CCU (coronary cardiac unit), a week on the wards, and a week on consult service. Each brought a slightly different flavour of cardiology, from the interventionalist to the internist to the consultant.
Do read on, avid follower.