Sunday, October 25, 2009
A Hectic Day! What is OGDS? Bangladesh again?
Start early morning.
Got stomachache, 3 times went to toilet.
Bed making procedure.
Clear urinary drainage.
Know my patient.
Recognize all diagnosis for my patient;
1) Supraorbital laceration and right skin intraorbital laceration.
2) Post Turp for BPH E/A for TWOC
3) Pyuria TRO urosepsis 'c' neurogenic bladder
4) All motorbike skidded with right second to fourth ribs fractured
5) MVA with d/ard radius ulna
6) Alleged MVA
7) Iliopsis abscess + liver abscess
Find on Turp.
Assist on dressing. * Takes a lot of time because patient is very heavy.
ECG did procedure until chart on ECG mounting. (*ECG = Electrocardiograph)
ECG did procedure.
Assist in perinea care.
Send patient to Operation Theater (OT) on dental case.
Send patient to OT on alleged assaulted to ear paralysis
Bring patient from OT to ward, on tonsillectomy.
Change oxygen tank.
Bring oxygen case to Tanjung 4C.
Finish my documentation.
Totally exhausted. No time to take rest at all, but I like this tough situation
Other than all procedure, I got to know a few word about bangles language. A light talk while working with a cheerful cleaner from Bangladesh.
Kemunasin = How are you?
Baluasi = I'm fine.
Batkaisin = Have you eat?
Kaisi = yes, I have eat.
Kainai = no, I’m not yet.
Before I go back, one of my friends from medical student ask me. “Do you know what OGDS is? "? "Oh, sorry I also don't know about that". Then I rushed to ask staff nurse what is OGDS. Actually it just a scope procedure. Simple to guess actually.
OGDS = Orogastroduedenom scope... Happy to know new terms and new language. Very happy if I can share a bit what I know to get rid off ignorance from our race, from our Muslim Ummah. Then, my friends already know it by asking others also.
A hectic day. Need to rest.