5. Doctors are humans too and have emotions like all of us.
As much as the patients are revived by a doctor’s help even the doctors are also learning from their patients.
You had a baby, too small to survive.20 weeks. I was only a resident. Sudden, unexpected, you were to distressed to see him. I held him for an hour until he stopped breathing so he wouldn’t be alone. I have never forgotten. I think of you all the time. #ShareAStoryInOneTweet
— Darth Mama Clom (@SezClom) May 6, 2018
6. Aww..this is a cute story.
Naming her baby after her daughter; it shows how grateful she is to the doctor.
My big brother, a dedicated paramedic, vaccinating children in Malawi. One day, a woman in labour came to the clinic. You delivered her baby. She named him for you. On the days when I miss you most, I smile knowing there's another Lughaidh in the world. #ShareaStoryinOneTweet pic.twitter.com/XejiTQy5Bf
— Patricia Mac Bride (@IRLPatricia) May 8, 2018
7. Those were the dreadful days.
Lucky for us that now we have advanced medical technology that makes things easier.
Early days of AIDS epidemic, when nurses would avoid going into pt rooms. I was off-service intern, paged for a young gay man, blind, alone, calling for his mother. Shut off beeper, held his hand, called him son, he didn’t die alone. #ShareAStoryInOneTweet
— AttributionIsABear (@plantagious) May 6, 2018
8. Anyone would remember a situation like that forever.
We’re happy to see her cross her retirement year safe and sound.
Cracked ribs and crushed liver during CPR. We did last-ditch trauma-style damage control laparotomy. pH 6.8. So many in SICU thought you would die.
Years later, I was honored guest at your retirement party. #ShareAStoryInOneTweet
— Elliott Haut, MD PhD (@elliotthaut) May 7, 2018