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Seks wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 10:18 pm
MDs on RFD??? Who would have thought lol

Who are all the RNs and MDs on here? :)
Lol there are a bunch of us here, md here.
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sahiljain22 wrote:
Nov 27th, 2018 7:47 am
Lol there are a bunch of us here, md here.
As someone said even rich people like to eat. Now I know why I have to wait so long in waiting area when seeing my MD....they are on RFD :)
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Paris55 wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 11:30 pm
only doctors uses a stethoscope? say whaaaaat?
and safecrackers too.
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bobcat99 wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 11:59 pm
WTF are doctors doing here, I thought RFD was for cheapskates like me.
BTW Docs how is this deal and reliability. Don't want to get blood pressure getting wrong readings.
I keep hearing the most accurate ones are the manual ones. Do these have to be calibrated every once in a while?

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B073HF ... EEQB&psc=1
I have the same question for doctor's on here. How can I validate the accuracy of these devices? Should one not get one?
-ZdpZ... ;)
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sometimes i wonder, why do doctor's take so long in between the patients? Now i got my answer, they are on RFDSmiling Face With Open Mouth
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Raident wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 10:02 pm
TIL that there are a LOT of doctors on RFD.
Or nurses?
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Hey Guys/gals,

Would this make a good gift for a doctor friend of mine? Or would it just be useless or weird... ?
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zeon64 wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 9:28 pm
Thanks picked up a master to have in the Lexus glove box. Twice in the past month I've ran into patients not feeling well at the grocery store. Be great to have one in the car for these odd visits as I generally don't keep a medical bag in the car.
Thank you for your service and care for the community!!!
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zdpz wrote:
Nov 27th, 2018 9:16 am
I have the same question for doctor's on here. How can I validate the accuracy of these devices? Should one not get one?
Honestly, there is very little calibration these things need unless one is grading a very soft murmur over time - which isnt done these days with easy access to echos. What the scopes need more is better clarity between existing adjacent noises (think of it like contrast in a photo). Luckily the heart provides two consistent sounds in most people which are a reliable benchmark to assess everything else in the middle and outside.

The market for these things is small enough that there is no real profit for knockoffs, esp for sales outside of b&m college/hospital book-stores.

Someone else asked this - I would not get this as a gift. Many doctors are very particular about their scopes, and many don't care. Infact most of us have a few already. Unless you are buying it for someone who has asked you for one, or shown desire in one, spend the $ on something the gift receiver will actually enjoy.

Ok last secret - I have rfd/reddit/news/questrade frequently open between patients as they are quick and good attention refreshers. I dont usually open emails, c-cards or patient charts since you can't really do much in 1-2 minutes there and move on.
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hassy wrote:
Nov 27th, 2018 11:15 am
Thank you for your service and care for the community!!!
And for telling us that you drive a Lexus!!!
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raster wrote:
Nov 27th, 2018 10:49 am
Hey Guys/gals,

Would this make a good gift for a doctor friend of mine? Or would it just be useless or weird... ?
It's not useless. But this can be a matter of personal taste. You have to know what kind they want (color, size, style, technical aspects). I would appreciate it, but not all doctors need to use a stethoscope on a regular basis.
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raster wrote:
Nov 27th, 2018 10:49 am
Hey Guys/gals,

Would this make a good gift for a doctor friend of mine? Or would it just be useless or weird... ?
Probably useless. Mine sits in a bag 99% of the time. Your doctor friend probably already has one as well.
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I guess this expired already? Don't see any master cardiology for 170... Great deal for whoever got it cheap

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