How Doctors Learn From Patients

27 May
2008

Sometimes you come across a company that doesn’t take the time to understand it’s users fully. I’ll admit not being an MD can make it difficult to understand the details of a doctors day but this article offers an interesting perspective of patient and physician communication and trust.

Says Dr. Rifkin, “As a resident, I learned how to place these lines (used for medications and dialysis) in the groin or neck by locating the arterial pulse with my fingers, looking at the anatomical landmarks nearby, and then calculating in my mind where the vein ought to be.”

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