1️⃣Tell us about you: I’m Ramses Perez Jr. I was born in Cuba & came to Miami when I was 4. I went to undergrad at FIU with a B.S in Biology. I chose to stay at FIU HWCOM for med school. In my free time I play music, write, & recently got into photography (Team FUJIFILM✌️)
2️⃣How did you decide medicine was right for you? I was planning on becoming a cop or federal law enforcement agent (FBI,CIA,ATF). After ride alongs, I realized I was more interested in what the paramedics were doing. Through nursing, I learned I love medicine & healing others. Nursing allowed me to be intimately involved with patients enough to realize that I wanted to take a different role.
3️⃣What’s a typical day like for you? It depends on the day.1st year I woke up at 5am weekdays & had lecture 8-12. Mon-Tue are clinical skills days in the afternoon. Other days you’re out by noon. Later, I might work out if I have time and study until 10 or 11 depending on the load and I wake up and get to do it all over again :)
4️⃣Fav part about med school? It’s going to sound corny but I actually enjoy learning medicine, so since it’s med school, its (usually) painless for me. I look forward to learning new things every day. I also enjoy the people both classmates and professors. The admissions committee does a great job a finding people that are laid back and fun to be around
5️⃣Any advice for premeds you wish you knew back then? Yes, first maintain the right mentality. It’s easy to get discouraged or think everyone around you is smarter. That’s normal. Stay away from negativity, complainers, and negative people. Surround yourself with a positive boss team ;) 3rd don’t sacrifice grades for extracurriculars. Grades are 1st ☝️
6️⃣What specialty do you plan on pursuing? What are your future plans? I really loved the ED, I enjoy the fast pace and variety but I’m leaning heavily to a career in ENT (head and neck surgery). I love its anatomy & it’s a mix of surgery & medicine. But things can change, keeping an open mind
7️⃣Where can we reach you? @rams_perez Contact me with questions! I love to be involved with medical education
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It is possible to keep up with your workouts during nursing school! Don’t get me wrong, my workouts aren’t as frequent and long as they used to be (especially with two days of 12 hours clinicals and the school gym’s shorter summer hours), but it’s important to do what you can. I’ve always known the importance of staying active, but my adult health rotations have really opened my eyes to exactly how lifestyle choices can affect one’s health later on in life. I’ve been especially exhausted this weekend with all these back-to-back tests lately, but I motivated myself to make it to the gym today. Aside from the obvious benefits, it also gives me more confidence and makes me feel good. I’m doing a shoulder workout and supplementing with 15 minutes of stairs! #nurse#nurselife#nursingstudent#nursing#nursingschoolproblems#nursingstudentproblems#nursing#nurses#studentnurse#fitnurse#fitnurses#nursesofig#nursesofinstagram
Really trying to work on stability and control with strict overhead press lately. This was the top set of 175lbs for 3 reps! Felt really good after last weeks deload! With these I did 5 sets of 3 reps with 90-120sec recovery between sets. Finished it with a 20% drop in weight from my top weight for as many reps as possible with good form. Try it out and feel the 🔥👍🏼
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Features unique illustrations of NYC as the backdrop. "This book is written to inspire bonding and reveal the important effect breastfeeding has on the baby's emotional development. It is told by the baby who speaks the unspoken view of the like of a nursing infant." Paperback "Vartouhi Pinkston was born in New York City in 1973. From very early age she exhibited a unique talent in painting which enabled her to win her first art contest at the age of five. As a child she was a student of the famed New York artist Anahid Janjigian. Vartouhi spent her first years of schooling at Holy Martyrs Armenian School in Bayside, Queens, where her artistic talents were nurtured and greatly encouraged. In 1991 she graduated the H.S. of Art & Design in Manhattan majoring Illustration and Fashion Illustration. Vartouhi continued at the famous Art Students League in Manhattan specializing printmaking. The artist is the recipient of numerous prestigious art awards and her work is admired and sold in the United States and countries throughout the world. In 2009 Vartouhi wrote and illustrated her first children's book "Princess, one day you're gonna move mountains". After enormous success, the following year her second book "The Creation of a Survival Guide" was published, followed by her third book "Breastmilk, Please" in 2011."
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Camping was fun. Now it’s time for a very tired Priecce to return home ☺️🚂⛺️🔥
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Living my best life ☺️
Absolutely love how my tattoo is looking now. @mazdoll.tattooart is brilliant❤️ My beautiful semicolon🌪
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Being upfront and honest about life and sharing my coping mechanisms 💙
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My baby boy Mutley is my 8 year old staffy and he is my bestest friend. You can read all about my bond with my little lovable pooch on my blog 💙
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When I was told by the doctor I was suffering from PTSD, it was a shock to my system. But it definitely explained a lot of things❤️
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Loved visit Tenerife with my sister and her best friend back in March💖 Wrote a post about my trip - the food, the places we visited and just what an all round great time we had ☀️
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Living with depression... it’s a war, but you can be stronger than your depression 💖
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Wrote a post on body shaming due to being body shamed myself and the effect it had on me 💖
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How did I make the huge decision to go down the nursing career path? Well, it wasn’t easy. But it’s the best decision I ever made for myself 👩🏼⚕️ you can read all about it over on my blog x
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That film was incredible 😛 Better than the first one. The 14 year wait was well worth it ❤️
یک خانم مسن 87 ساله که از چند هفته ی پیش, در انگشتان دستش که به مرور سیاه میشدند احساس ضعف و سردی می کرد به اورژانس مراجعه کرد. تشخیصی که برای ایشان در نظر گرفته شد "نشانگان آگلوتینین سرد" بود.
درمان با چهل میلی گرم "پردنیزولون" و "پلاسما فرزیس" شروع شد و با هفته ای یک بار "ریتوکسی مب" و دوز کم "سیکلوفسفامید" که با توجه به سن بیمار به صورت خوراکی تجویز شده بود ادامه یافت.
علارغم درمان صورت گرفته, نکروز انگشتان تا نیم سانت پیشرفت کرد که بعد از آن به جراح دست, برای پیگیری پیشرفت "گانگرن" ارجاع داده شد.
نشانگان آگلوتینین سرد نوعی کم خونی همولیتیک خودایمن (اتو ایمیون) است و مانند هر کم خونی همولیتیک خودایمن دیگری به انواع اولیه و ثانویه تقسیم میشود. در این نشانگان نیز مانند بقیه کم خونیهای همولیتیک اتوایمن پادتنهایی در بدن ایجاد میشوند که به غشا گویچههای سرخ متصل میشوند و باعث تخریب گویچههای سرخ میشوند. در نشانگان آگلوتینین سرد به طور خاص این پادتنها در دمای پایین تری واکنش نشان میدهند و به پروتئینهای غشا گویچههای سرخ متصل میشوند.
نوع اولیه نشانگان آگلوتینین سرد در نوع اولیه پادتنها به صورت تکدودمانی هستند و علت خاصی برای بروز بیماری شناخته نشده است. این فرم از بیماری معمولاً مزمن است و بعد از دهه پنج زندگی بروز میکند.
نوع ثانویه نشانگان آگلوتینین سرد میتواند ثانویه به بیماریهای مختلفی بروز کند. در انواع تک دودمانی معمولاً بیماری مزمن است و در بزرگسالانی مبتلا به بیماریهای زیر دیده میشود: نئوپلاسم سلولهای "بی" - ماکروگلوبلولینمی والدنشتروم - لنفوم - لوسمی لنفویید مزمن - میلوم 🚑افزون بر مراقبتهای پزشکی به دلیل فعال شدن این نوع کمخونی در هوای سرد، نکات زیر توصیه می شود:
دوری کردن از هوای سرد با پوشیدن لباس گرم
پوشیدن دست کش هنگام کار با یخچال فریزر
گرم کردن خودرو در هوای سرد پیش از سوار شدن
Rainy Sunday morning ☔️🍼 I usually nurse 3 fawns at a time. One bottle in each hand and one between my legs but when I share a video with you I obviously can only nurse one and video with my other hand. They’ve all nursed but you can see how they want more. Fawns bloat easily and a bad case of bloat can kill them. To prevent diarrhea and bloat when increasing their ounces I do it gradually and I always have a bowl of baking soda in the fawn house. They actually like it and it helps their bellies. #themoreyouknow#knowledgeispower#bestnonpayingjobever