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Nursing from 8-5: The Ethical Dilemma of Nursing within Bounds

October 19, 2015 – 6:01 PM |

The Author acknowledges the contributions of Dr Rozina Karmaliani and Dr Robyna I. Khan.
Every year, more than 5 million people die because of injuries; of which 25% are due to road traffic crashes. It is estimated …

Insight: Should Family Members be Allowed During a Patient’s Resuscitation?

August 3, 2014 – 11:02 PM |

A new controversial challenge that health care providers are facing is of allowing family members in room during resuscitation. Though this subject has brought a lot of discussion but I believe that family should not …

Quick, Call the Dermatologist! An Insight into Pursuing a Dermatology Career

January 11, 2014 – 7:12 PM |

Many healthcare professionals typically regard dermatologists as having a relaxed 9-5 job, with few on-calls and dominated by females who are keen to strike a work-life balance that falls overwhelmingly in the favour of life. …

Is “All Right” All Wrong?

January 21, 2013 – 6:13 PM |

“Case of electric shock, age 27, married and no vital signs when we got there. We immediately intubated him!” exclaimed the paramedical team while pushing the stretcher into the CPR room.

Casualty Department of a Government Hospital in Pakistan

August 28, 2012 – 12:55 AM |

“We are about to reach don’t worry, it will all be okay” I tried to console my cousin on the way to the casualty department of a government hospital while he shifted restlessly because of …

The Little Angel – At an Emergency Room in Iran

August 17, 2012 – 4:31 PM | 45 Comments

The first thing I remember about him was the blood leaking out of his fingertips on the ground. I had never seen so much ottorrhagia before.
Groaning, struggling to keep his eyes open, he was somewhere …