It was only day one, and I was covered in blood halfway to my elbows from doing chest compressions in the operating room. The room was filled with doctors, nurses, and other OR staff. Empty bags that once contained life-saving blood, plasma, and platelets lay scattered across the floor. She was young, not the kind of patient you would ever suspect you’d be sweating over as you frantically recall what …
Post Author: Victor H. Hatcher Jr.
Victor H. Hatcher Jr. is a medical student.
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