Update

It’s been a while since I posted on my blog. Life’s been busy. Joining for DLO has been a difficult choice, but when looked upon retrospectively, has been a sane and unregretted decision. A private medical college and a diploma had been far from my aspirations post MBBS, but it was necessary to break the […]


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Cast iron system

I have to admit that the work at the dispensary is growing on me. Maybe it has to do with outlook. I used to travel to the dispensary with the feeling that I somehow had to be here for a few years, till I could go back to my city, at the next due General […]


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ESI Dispensary, Mynagapally

Work at an ESI dispensary is far more relaxing than that in a similiar hospital of the Health service department. Our clientele comprises cashew workers employed in shelling, segregating, and weighing cashewnuts in a host of factories located in and around Karunagapally and Sasthankotta. Most of their chief complaints are similiar. The main ailments include […]


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>Without much ado

>My quote of the day “Nothing much is asked from Snell, nobody references Snell, So why the Hell was I reading Snell?” Met a senior today at the college office. I had gone there for routine paperwork concerned with graduation, and we just ran into each other. I had never met him before, as he […]


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>It’s over!

>It’s all over! House surgeoncy is over, and I’m a free bird, at least for the moment! 😉 It’s good that house surgeoncy is finally over. It means that I will have an enormous amount of time on my hands, to pilfer…er..and to divide among studies and leisure. It’s weird how your outlooks and priorities […]


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>End of one road and at crossroads to another…

>Finally…after a long time, one which seemed to stretch to eternity, my life as an undergraduate is officially over! I have almost (2 days left) finished my house surgeoncy (internship) and am now (pending university degree bestowment) a graduate doctor. Wow, it does sound cool. As the culmination of years of toil, days of tense […]


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>Valentine’s Day post

>Fooled you! If you came here hoping for a good story, you came to the wrong place, my friend! This post is not about my valentine! This is just a continuation of records of my boring phase of life, the latter few months of my house surgeoncy. It’s strange isn’t it, about blogs and how […]


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>Some labors are painless

>Finally, it’s labor room posting. Already half of it is over, the day duty is now over..It really is odd. If you ask me, don’t you think it’s odd for a person who hasn’t slept at all, gets a chance to do exactly that, and instead of succumbing to the luscious temptation, gives vent to […]


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>Untitled

>Since all my posts are a distillation of random thoughts, nay, correct that to a ravel of dishevelled mentation, I won’t write a title just yet..it ought to settle in at the end.. Anyway what to jot down, um…patter away? Medicine is over, and so almost, is Surgery (Good lord, I don’t even know if […]


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>To believe or not to believe is the question..

>The superstitious would have you believe that ‘Karkkidakam’, the last month of the Malayalam calendar is the time when deaths occur by the deluge..I, don’t, as a rule, believe in superstitions, so much so that I was about to buy my first car on the last day of Karkkidakam, but there are times, when you […]


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