26 HOUR CALL SHIFT with CODE BLUE EMERGENCY: Day in the Life of a Doctor

Join me for a 26 hour call shift in the hospital with code blue emergencies to find out what a day in the life of a doctor is really like!
I’m currently doing my internal medicine training and as a senior medical resident (SMR), I’m responsible for overseeing medical students and junior residents, admitting patients from the emergency department to the hospital, seeing consults in the hospital and running code blues (medical emergencies). There’s never a dull moment!
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~ Siobhan (Violin MD) ~
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46 thoughts on “26 HOUR CALL SHIFT with CODE BLUE EMERGENCY: Day in the Life of a Doctor

  1. Watching with my 7 year old son every night in bed he wants to be a doctor so I show him your videos and he’s absolutely amazed and said yes this is what I want to do ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  2. After the surgery my dad doing really well. After a few days my father got a code blue thing. When my mother got inside the ICU doctors doing CPR for about 1 hour and they lost him 🙁

  3. I just want you to know how amazing your videos are!!! They really give a wonderful insight, and every video is so new and refreshing.

  4. Funny story I actually was at the Emergency room last night. The doctors were short because it was at night time so I had to stay there over night. That wasn’t fun!

  5. I’m hooked on your videos right now. You rally give such a great insight into a doctors life!
    Thank you for being so dedicated to your work, the world needs more people like you xx

  6. I got pneumonia when I was 7 I had to stay in the hospital for three weeks the medical stoped working they had to put a tube in my lungs

  7. It's great what you do, but I don't understand how a profession that needs 100% clarity to do their job, which oddly enough is about health, has so much sleep deprivation.

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