Discussion of the fluoroquinolone class of antibiotics
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Dr Danielle Reddi is a Pain Research Fellow and Speciality Registrar in Anaesthesia at University College London Hospital, London, NW1 2BU, Dr Natasha Curran is Consultant in Pain and Anaesthesia, UCLH and Dr Robert Stephens is Consultant in Anaesthesia, UCLH.
A bite size summary of Atheroma in 60 seconds
I created this as part of a research project into the application of art and media in medicine. Its purpose is to give a quick and memorable visual summary of the pathological process of atheroma.
Created by Cilein Kearns using Blender 2.5 beta
All modelling, lighting, rigging, materials, texturing, animation etc is 100% my own work, please do not redistribute or host without my advance permission.
April, this is lovely. I believe we can learn so much from our patients, if we allow ourselves to. As I was reading your blog, I did see what the patient experienced. You did help. Being present and grounded allowed the patient to make the best decision for them. Even if this is not the decision we are looking for, we have to be like the modalities we teach. Think about Reiki, right? We trust it flows where it is needed and we must remain unattached to the outcome. Same holds true to our nursing care. You are doing great work. Now believe in it! Thank you for sharing this lovely story- it was wonderful! Sharing!!