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When did you realize that you've become a doctor?
I think it was early in my InternshipMy first posting was in OBGYN.I was one month in and internship seemed like medical school but with the added work of departmental Gopher!"go fetch the reports"" check if the IV bottle is empty every 2 seconds""The intern messed it up""Hold this bloody retractor"………and all suchThe second month was where the action was.I was put on Labour ward duties and man did it rain pregnant ladies.Two interns, Two residents and four nurses.16 ladies every night on the chairThe Consultant on call was permanently in scrubs in the OT and a resident and intern running up and down in turn alternating between Labour room and OT.This fateful night. It was raining heavily. My co-intern got sick and she called that she wasn't coming in. I was angry as hell. I'm watching over 4 ladies in different stages of labour and driving me nuts and my only hope of a wink during the night was taken away by my colleague.Bad news. Just then a lady in her last trimester but still 4 weeks from her due date landed at the hospital with systemic infection and probably going for multi organ dysfunction. She also had preecclampsia for which she was being treated in another hospital. She was referred to our hospital when things took a downturn. The resident said he'll take over the labour ward duties and told me to assist the other resident to admit the patient to the ICU and monitor. Many specialists from different departments came in and all of them barked several orders to me. I think the OBGYN resident and me were the only two people who knew what was going on.More bad news.Then lightning struck twice. The resident was called into OT for an emergency C-section on another patient. The resident repeated all the instructions to me twice before running off to OTI had to measure her BP and pulse rate every 15mins and monitor blood, antibiotics and IV fluids on a minute to minute basis. I was supposed to fill in forms and send blood work every hour. Requisition chest X ray and USG abdomen. All this while monitoring the fetus which was thankfully still alive despite all this.I somehow found the energy to do all the above and I surprised myself with how much work I could get done under pressure. It then struck me that if something unexpected happened I had no clue what to do. I tried to calm myself thinking the Anaesthesia resident is still in the room if something happened. But it wasn't looking good.Suddenly in the midst of it all, the patient woke up and looked at me. She couldn't speak so she looked downwards asking about her kid. I reassured her that the kid is alright. Tears started rolling out of her eyes. I was totally unprepared for this. I didn't know what to do. I grabbed her hand and sat down next to her.If I believed in God I would have been praying all night to get the three of us-the mother, her kid and me- through the night. I didn't, but I kept doing whatever I was supposed to be doing and kept holding her hand whenever I could. I didn't sleep the whole night and never felt like it.Good news. We got through the night and I was still holding her hand in the morning. Her vitals and blood work was getting better. She improved exponentially over the next couple of days and her pre-eclampsia dictated that we go for an elective C-section. By this time I had got to know the patient and her family quite well. I was going off- duty when her C-section was scheduled. The patient requested me to come in with the team for the surgery and requested as much to the Consultant in charge.She had a near uneventful C-section. The consultant impressed at my work with this patient over the last few days (corroborated by the residents) gave me the opportunity to pull out the baby from the womb.My heart was beating hard when I pulled the baby girl out and it was converted to relief as I passed her onto the pediatric resident. I could feel life literally in my hands.I felt for the first time in my life that I was someone's doctor.Thanks for the A2A Sanmitra AiholliI enjoyed reliving that entire experience.
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