Your patient closes his eyes and after a couple of minutes you take another blood pressure you notice that your patient looks a little gray you notice that your patient looks a little gray his blood pressure is now 58 30. Peter a lipson md is a practicing internist and teaching physician in southeast michigan after graduating from rush medical college in chicago he completed his internal medicine residency at northwestern memorial hospital. How not to kill your patients with medication part deux by amy neglia rn msn acns bc ccrn cmc cfrn c npt you may have noticed this is the second article in a series called how not to kill your patient with medications. The end is just the beginning when my residency training was complete i took a big sigh of relief at last after all the years of medical school and residency training i was finally at the end of the road. His new book how to not kill your patients an er doctors guide to life after residency dr khan provides another practical tome to educate and enlighten the newly minted emergency physician the latter part of the title however might lead the potential reader astray to my
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