Saw this really weird picture the first day I entered anaesthesiology department, named "the ideal anesthesiologist" and I was imagining every anaesthetist looks like this. Would it be really weird to have these alien-looking beings walking around the surgical rooms?
But, once in a while, I do enjoy the adrenaline rush. Intubation is fun! Saving people during emergency is more than fun! And to keep calm during emergency situation, is called professional. How often do you actually see that coming? Well, I met one resident who actually loves her job a lot, and a consultant who actually looks much more excited than the koas on simple procedures. He successfully showed me that they actually have to have brain to do their jobs. I am especially thankful that I were given chances and chances to do procedures when I did some mistakes in the procedures. The trust that I received worth more than I should received. Thanks for having patience with me. More than that, I should thank the patients too.
The sad thing is, I only have 10 days to do actual work, but another 18 days praying for the day to pass, and several hours looking at the clock, wishing to fast forward the time. Occupied, but can't do anything. My group's chief infected with dengue, and I was appointed to replace her. I have to say, it is super hard to talk to people who loves hierarchy, and to attend to attitudes and behaviours that practice hierarchy. Time to train my EQ.