Saturday, November 26, 2011

Hectic Hematology

Hematology Division was so hectic till I couldn't take photos as much as usual... :(

Visiting 20 more patients in the morning and writing all the reports in a row were really tiring..
Then I looked up to them and saw them smiling,
to re-boost my spirit, to give me extra energy,
so I can be more patient after being yelled. :D

Someday I'll be big enough so you can't hit me. :)
(Mean - Taylor Swift)

Friday, November 18, 2011

Cute Babies at Neonatology Division

Love working around the babies... Cute! :D

Go fight your way.. No matter how others humiliate you...

Monday, November 14, 2011

Pediatric Allergy and Respirology

Done one heavy week in Pediatric Allergy and Respirology :D

Lemme introduce the beautiful Miss Sietske Hoekstra, our new dutch friend :D

Aaah I am really sorry for not writing much on this post! Still lotsa to do! Adios!

Friday, November 4, 2011

Impressing Orthopaedic and Traumatology

Though I only had three effective days at this department, I learned a lot... :)

I'd like to say BIGGEST THANKS to our a fully week PBL's tutor
dr. Primadenny Ariesa A.,Sp.OT...
He's truly kindhearted and one kind of genius,
and in his (very) young age, he'd reached the tittle and had gone internationally well-known! :D
Also, the sentence I've to bold, that he PATIENTLY taught three of us who'd been empty headed still... Thank you dr. Denny, for your big understanding to our stress caused by (spooky) OSCE exams. May Allah reply all of your kindness by brighten up your career, amin amin ya rabbal alamin :)

I send my wishes to chiefs dr. Anthony and dr. Ray Hendry...
Thank you dr. Anthony for realizing that I'm truly Javanese (he recognized it only by my name :D),
also dr. Ray Hendry (and of course dr. Anthony) for being very friendly teaching us just before another discussion with dr. Denny began, so (at least) we could say something and answer dr. Denny's questions on next discussion....
By the way I was amazed by dr. Ray's fluent English, and knowing he's foreign medical graduates (You're the man, doc!) makes me reaalllyyy want to go abroad to further my medical education and own an international career... Someday, bismillah :)

And this is a pic I took inside one of (class)room... It's written in Japanese!
To know that one of my great teachers has been sharing his knowledge among the foreign... Ah a proud (medical) student here!

DONE 8 weeks in SURGERY! Ready for another battle in Pediatric Department!
Bismillahirrohmanirrohiiimm.... :)