It is 8 p.m. Two hours remain on my final shift in the Emergency Department. The lobby is full and we are working at a fast pace. My preceptor asks me to go see the patient in bed three. A ninety-something-year-old man with chest pain.* I know the routine. I jot down a few notes, including a differential diagnosis and a list of labs and tests that I will likely order with my preceptor after … Read More
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