Alhamdulillah! (All praise be to Allah!) After the loooong wait, the list of admitted applicants who passed the rigorous application process in UPCM is now up! We now have the initial list of LU3 students (1st year Medicine Proper) for the school year …
|The colorful walls in the OPD-Pediatrics
There are more better photos of Disney Princess somewhere.
|Free chocolates during the lecture on Complementary Feeding!
Hooray! (we have to stay awake in return though ahaha)
We talked about Malnutrition while feeding ourselves with these.
|The Forever-mates with Dr. Moral
Photo grabbed from Karl 🙂
|The Paintings by kids with autism are in the background.
We were just looking at this map (not made by the children LOL) haha.
|Pose pose! (bought some awesome tasting cookies!)|
|Gayyah’s Pagkaunan Halal restaurant 🙂
It’s in Del Pilar Street near Pedro Gil side and
just in front of the Musallah in Mabini.
Below left: Tiyula’ itum, Below right: Their Budget meal.
(Photo from Buddy Denzy 🙂
|Yeah, it’s them again. We are not “Forever-mates” for nothing huh?
They really loved the foods by the way! ^_^
(Though most of what we ordered were
actually Non-Tausug foods! LOL)
Photo grabbed from Karl 🙂
|A sample of the UPCM Application form|
ALL THESE DOCUMENTS MUST BE SUBMITTED IN A LONG BROWN ENVELOPE WITH YOUR NAME PRINTED AT THE BACK.
UP College of Medicine
547 Pedro Gil St., Ermita, Manila
Telefax: 536-1368 you may visit our website
Assalamu Alaykum! (Peace be upon you all!)The second week as an ICC student in the Department of Pediatrics just ended with a rather “incomplete” sets of days in a week. We had special non-working, no-classes holidays the past 2 weeks that reduced our …
Assalamu Alaykum (Peace be upon you all!)Our one-month rotation with the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology for our ICC Training (OBGYN 250) finally ended today. It was indeed a wonderful experience, that 30-day madness trying to remember all thos…
|My ICC stuffs (sorry for the quality, just used my phone here)|
1) Your own Stethoscope — No need to explain why. You just don’t become a third year medical student without your own stethoscope
2) Aneroid Sphygmomanometer — (we call it “BP App”) Others prefer the digital one. Either way, it is important to have one anytime you go o duty. Just be sure you really know how to use them 🙂 If you are still not sure, better train with your classmates first. Or here’s a tip: ask your patient what’s their last BP before, with that you know where you are supposed to here the Korotkoffs 😉
3) Calculator — You will be asked to do a lot of computations: BMI, Expected Fetal weight, etc. If you are not a math whiz, better bring a calculator where ever you go. Keep it handy (not too big, you are not an accountant! And not too small that you have to use some ultra thin fiber to press on a single number!) These guys are also very helpful during exams.
4) Medical Tapes! (Micropore™) — You can’t live in the wards without these! There are expensive ones (P130) and some fake cheap ones (P35) in Bambang. Buy as much as you can. You will eventually see how handy these things are: from taping IV Canulas to labeling your stuffs to even repairing ripped off papers, Micropores will sooner be your favorite thing in the world! (at least in medschool)
5) Measuring Tapes — Ever wonder when is the time that you will use those freebies that your seniors gave you during your freshie days? Well, this is it! Those handy, pull-and-tuck tape measures will surely be put to use in most rotations as OB, Pedia, Orthopedics, even in Ophthalmology!
6) Clipboard! — Same as above, you know you need them.
7) Paper and Pens — Oh come on! don’t tell me I have to explain this one?
1) Thermometer — for the constant monitoring duties. We have digital thermometers now (P50-P75) in Bambang.
2) Penlight — After your Neuro and Ophtha rotation, you are supposed to have your own penlight. But you can always borrow if you forgot to bring them 🙂
3) Neuro Hammer — Don’t forget to bring this one during ROR (Rhemua-Ortho-Rehab), Neuro and even in IM rotations.
4) Tourniquet — You will be asked to extract some blood for laboratories, or insert an IV Canula, or “line” the patient, and a tourniquet is an essential item for that. Yes, you can use your latex gloves if there are really none of these around. But I say it’s better to have one, it’s pretty cheap anyway (P15-20), and makes you look like an IV-lining expert.
5) Pulse Oxymeter — Not really required and it’s kinda expensive. But if you are pretty rich and you feel lazy counting those pulses by the clock, then perhaps this item is for you.
6) Handy Dsinfectants — Be it a 70% solution of Isopropyl Alcohol or a lemon-scented Alcogel, it’s up to you. If not, you can still find a lot of alcohols scattered around the hospital wards (you see them on their alcohol holders attached to the walls). And I am sure there is at least one of your classmates who have one hehe.
NOT REALLY REQUIRED (You can borrow from your friends in other year levels)
- Ophthalmoscope –during Ophtha rotation, you will be expected to have at least 2 students sharing one Ophthalmoscope. It’s a good investment if you are really planning to proceed to Ophtha.
- Otoscope — usually comes with the Ophthalmoscope. For ORL duties.
Assalamu Alaykum! (Peace be upon you all!)This is a fast post on my daily adventure in the Philippine General Hospital (PGH) as an ICC (3rd year) student. I may not may not edit this depends on the free time I might have. Contrary to what most medical …
==this is done by a non-professional blogger, so expect a lot of typo and grammar errors :D==
|The Class 2017 on their first day as LU5 students 🙂 @ Buenafe Hall, UPCM. Photo (c) Meggie Monzon|