How To Deal With Difficult Preceptors?

Recently, someone asked me for tips on how to deal with difficult preceptors. I have previously posted one titled Bad Chemistry: It Is not You; It Is Them.“, but I may not have specifically discussed the strategies of dealing with the difficult preceptors. We will face this type of situation everywhere we go whether at workplace…

Clinical Update on Amniotic Fluid Embolism

AFE is a rare but serious obstetric emergency. We all wish we don’t have to experience this during our career. For those of you who provide obstetric care to patients, it is crucial that we need to know what to do and how to optimize the patient when it happens. The new mortality rate is…

First Intubation

I got a comment from Ashley regarding preparing for the first clinical rotation, this post is for those of you who just started school and are going to their first clinical rotation soon. The first clinical rotation is always sweet and bitter in a sense that you are excited to start the real anesthesia training but scared…