Starting the day of gassing patients by switching on the lights

“Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work”
Thomas A. Edison

Despite living 27km away from the hospital which is equivalent to a 30 – 45 mins journey to hospital, I am so far almost always the 1st person to arrive for work. Interesting, huh?

I however enjoy ‘opening up’ the Operating Theatre (OT). To switch on the lights, check the anaesthetic machine, prepare the drugs, call the patients to OT et cetera..

because…

I know I have set the pace for whats going to happen today.

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The Recovery bay

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The Operating Room

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My anaesthetic drug trolley

3R : Read, Reflect, Respond

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