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Why wear compression socks? 🤷🏼‍♀️ - ☝🏼Lets start with an quick anatomy lesson! - As we know, the heart pumps blood to the most distal structures of the body, all the way down to the teeny capillaries in the toes. Muscular arteries pump blood away from the heart, and veins bring it back! - But all that toe blood needs to work against gravity to return back to the heart. But veins aren’t muscular like arteries. Instead, they contain unidirectional valves that prevent blood backflow!. - Our leg muscles also help to squeeze the venous blood back to the heart. That’s why you’re more likely to get lightheaded if you’re standing perfectly still. Shifting your weight and flexing your leg muscles helps to keep that blood circulating! 🕴🏻 - Medical professionals spend the majority of the day on their feet: walking between patient rooms, assessing patients, or standing at the surgical table for hours on end. - All of this standing allows gravity to resist the venous return of blood, causing veins to dilate. The valve leaflets can’t make contact as well, and blood starts to pool.. - Some people are genetically predisposed to varicose veins - those squiggly blue lines on the surface of thighs and calves. These are superficial veins, and are mostly an aesthetic problem. - Deep veins can also become insufficient, which can cause more serious health problems like blood clots (thromboses) that can go to the heart and lungs. This is more common in patients with cardiovascular disease, atherosclerosis, and hypercoagulable blood. Many patients with painful, edematous legs and poor venous circulation wear compression socks to reduce these risks and symptoms, on top of medical management. - Compression socks essentially help our venous valves and leg muscles fight gravity, thereby promoting proper circulation in our legs, even during long days on our feet. - This pair is from @alpha.sole and I absolutely love them! They have socks with different fun patterns, as well as athletic styles too! They’re very comfortable and secure, without making me feel overheated or itchy! 🧦 - Hope you found this helpful and informative! 🙋🏼‍♀️
🦠A microbe exhibit the day after STEP1? You can’t 𝘉. 𝘤𝘦𝘳𝘦𝘶𝘴! 🙈 - Most of us are lifelong learners, committing years to education and certification. We rarely acknowledge how far we’ve come when we can see the next goal on the horizon. We’re so hard on ourselves when we don’t meet expectations. But the “you” from 5 years ago would marvel at the “you” that lives today. We’re hitting milestones more often than we realize. - The day after STEP1, I felt I was at the pinnacle of my intelligence, but felt so unimpressively stupid at the same time. 🤪 - To get me a little sun and social exposure, my boyfriend and I went to the Northern Trust PGA Tour in Jersey City. 🏌🏼‍♀️I don’t know much about golf, but I’d love to learn! And at least I got some Vitamin D and free food out of it 🤤 - Since we were in the area anyway, we decided to pop over to the Liberty Science Center afterwards. I haven’t been there since I was a kid, so why the heck not?👧🏼 - Walking through animal and anatomy and robotic surgery exhibits brought me back to that early spark of passion I felt for science as a kid. Sometimes I wish I could go back and be amazed all over again. There were some couples there like us, but mostly kids zooming around, playing with gadgets and tapping on glass cages. I wonder how many of these kids will go into careers in science.🤔 - Reading explanations reminded me how far I’ve really come. And sitting through a planetarium presentation on black holes reminded me how small my problems really are. (Thank you Liam Nelson for your soothing voice.) 🌞 I can’t remember the last time I learned something non-medical.👩🏼‍🏫.. - Life is all about perspective. And your perspective on yourself is the most important. Because it colors the way you view the universe around you.. - Be proud of yourself. And stay amazed. 🤓
Sometimes you just gotta be a burrito. 🌯 - STEP1 is over. And it was the strangest experience of my life.. - I’ve never felt so ready to be done with a task, with so little desire to actually complete it. - For three months, this exam was my job, my hobby, pretty much the only thing I could think or talk about. Doing well on STEP1 became my purpose in life. What an odd sense of reality. - What really consumed me was how much I KNEW and how much I LEARNED, and that there were still SO MANY OTHER things that may pop up on the exam. Imagine reading the dictionary and being tested on only 200 words. That’s what studying for STEP1 feels like.. - I was actually supposed to take STEP1 on August 5th. But when I arrived at my test site, we were told that all 9am exams were canceled due to technical difficulties. 🤦🏼‍♀️ What a waste of hyperventilation.. - I planned on visiting some college friends in another state after STEP1. But I was forced to wait 24-48 hours to be rescheduled by the testing company. And they scheduled me for August 27th?! Which would’ve forced me to push back ANOTHER rotation, which would’ve meant I’d have to study for ANOTHER 6 weeks. Heck. No. I called them immediately and the earliest appointment I could make was for Friday, August 9th.. - So I studied for a few more days (what do you even choose to review at that point?) and finally took the darn thing. My “mini vacation” plans were shot. But at least the beast was slain.. - And now that it’s over, I don’t feel any less anxious. Because now I have to spend the next month waiting to receive my score back. And in the meantime, I will continue to be haunted by a select few questions that I could’ve felt more confident about had I had a little more time. 🙈 - So I had one weekend to recuperate, lower my caffeine tolerance, get some sleep, and be anything other than a student for a while.. - Sometimes you really just gotta be a burrito.. - And then return to reality on Monday. 🤷🏼‍♀️ - Hope everyone is enjoying the rest of their summer! 🌞 I’m going to try to soak up whatever warmth I can in between my clerkship shifts. Because I’m finally moving onto the clinical component of medical school 🎉
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