“One of the last things they do before they’re intubated is beg me for the vaccine. I hold their hand and tell them that I’m sorry, but it’s too late.

Ponca Dan

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A hospitalist is an internal medicine physician who admits patients to the hospital. It's a clearly defined role in medicine just like general surgery, cardiology, oncology, and orthopedics.
Thank you. I had never heard that word before.
 
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aix_xpert

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A hospitalist is an internal medicine physician who admits patients to the hospital. It's a clearly defined role in medicine just like general surgery, cardiology, oncology, and orthopedics.

Would they normally be involved in intubating patients? Like PD, this was the first time I've actually heard that term.
 

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fvck off, leftists
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Based on my experience, the impression I get of a “hospitalist” is an MD on staff who serves as a trouble shooter. Had a relative with dementia who was in the hospital to have a pin put in to repair a broken femur. He kept trying to get out of bed so they put him in restraints. Then he kept getting halfway out of bed and was kind of “dangling” off the side of the bed. Finally, the attending physician called in a hospitalist who ordered a 24/7 sitter in the hospital room. I must say, I was quite baffled as to why the orthopedist couldn’t request a sitter.
 
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Medic007

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Based on my experience, the impression I get of a “hospitalist” is an MD on staff who serves as a trouble shooter. Had a relative with dementia who was in the hospital to have a pin put in to repair a broken femur. He kept trying to get out of bed so they put him in restraints. Then he kept getting halfway out of bed and was kind of “dangling” off the side of the bed. Finally, the attending physician called in a hospitalist who ordered a 24/7 sitter in the hospital room. I must say, I was quite baffled as to why the orthopedist couldn’t request a sitter.
Hospitalists do general medical management. An orthopedist is a carpenter for humans. Trust me, you do not want your orthopedist to take care of your medical problems. In any patient with concomitant medical problems, the hospitalist admits and manages those while specialists are consulted for specific things such as hip fractures.
 

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That 7 to 1 they are Democrat and thus the narrative of it being conservatives driving the vaccine hesitancy fails to hold water.

You are such a dumbass.

Did you get the shot?

Ooops. Try again. White vaccination rate in AL = 33% Black vaccination rate in AL = 32%.

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A hospitalist is an internal medicine physician who admits patients to the hospital. It's a clearly defined role in medicine just like general surgery, cardiology, oncology, and orthopedics.
Danny generally doesn't respond well to be educated/informed. I wish you well with these efforts to educate him.

Oh, and this....

 
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Syskatine

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People that are vaxxed are still getting the Chinese Virus and yes they can spread it as well. So many Chinese Virus Experts on here its amazing.

What's the % of people that get it that are vaccinated vs. the % of people that don't?
 

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