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Last In-House Call As A CA-2

I’m finished with my very last in-house call as a CA-2 (PGY-3 resident), and it was a grueling one indeed! The calls on this pediatric anesthesia rotation have progressively become more demanding as everyone is out on summer break wanting to get their elective surgeries done early.

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Finished With Month Two Of Pediatric Anesthesia

I finished my clinical duties this month with a long stretch of “q2” call shifts, but I survived! Early Monday morning, I sat in an empty post-anesthesia care unit and reflected on the fact that I’m training at the largest pediatric hospital in the country under some of the finest board certified pediatric …

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Finished With Month One Of Pediatric Anesthesia

I’m done with my first of three consecutive months of pediatric anesthesiology as a CA-2 resident. In four weeks, I’ve come to appreciate the nuances of perioperative care with neonates, infants, and children of all ages undergoing a myriad of procedures ranging from craniotomies to ear tube placements.

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