Hi everyone! For my #firstinstagrampost , I’ll start with one of my favorite #quotes by Lao Tzu. “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” I am a pharmacist who work two full time jobs #7on7off One week, I work as a clinical pharmacist at a hospital where I do clinical consults for five hospitals. I attend codes and do all the fun clinical stuffs. On the other week, I supervise a busy independent pharmacy. But on my spare time, aside from #traveling and spending time with my family and friends, I mentor high school and college students. Being the first in the family to complete college, I understand what’s its like to not have the appropriate career guidance. I understand what’s it’s like to be so lost trying to find a path for yourself. I understand “I want to become a doctor, but I don’t know how to get there. I don’t know what class to take. I don’t know what degree to get to satisfy my prerequisites. I don’t know how to get the experiences I need to be a outstanding applicants” what is a resume? What is a curriculum vite? What is a personal statement? I understand following your friends aimlessly because they said if you want to become a doctor then just get a degree in biology or biochemistry. I understand that wasteful year you spent moving back living with your parents while applying for pharmacy, med school, or nursing school because you didn’t know to plan your career path appropriately. Being through it, I want to give the next generation the gift I never had, #guidance . I believe in building a better tomorrow through mentoring and guiding others to become future leaders of a multi-disciplinary healthcare team. Our next generation are the ones who will take care of us when we’re old. .
Happy Easter! 🐰 .
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Hi! I am Trusha (Sanskrit for ambitious)! I love to laugh out loud, and get giddy with excitement at the thought of traveling. I can devour books by the dozen. SERIOUSLY. My record is reading 6 books in 2.5 days.
I share my birthday with my all-time fave actress and fashionista, Audrey Hepburn. Watching Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Wait Until Dark is what I do on my off days. My first love is and will always be @hrithikroshan. So much so that I had a T-shirt with his picture on it and at least 5 posters of his in my room 🙈
I am a huge nerd 🤓 and proud to be one! I have too many interests and goals to count - from being a clinical pharmacist to changing the face of healthcare to being a renowned singer 🎤 I can’t imagine what this world would be like without music 🎶
These days I’m studying, working at a library, doing research, working on my music, and trying to cross off all 100 items (yes, one-oh-oh) on my 2019 bucket list.
This is me, summarized in a post. Since you follow me, I wanted to share a little bit about myself. Now it’s your turn! Tell me at least 1 thing about you! I TRULY want to get to know you!
Love this clock, I want this for my future office! In other news, I have completed most of my internship hours for my undergraduate degree and have submitted my application to graduate in Spring of 2020! Time is flying by! I can’t believe I’ll be a senior in college next semester! 😁
It is usually caused by an error in cell division called Nondisjunction.
Nondisjunction result in an embryo with three copies of chromosome 21 instead of the usual two. Prior to or at conception, a pair of 21st chromosomes in either the sperm or the egg fails to separate.
As the embryo develops, the extra chromosome is replicated in every cell of the body. This type of down syndrome which accounts for 95% of cases, is called trisomy 21.
This method to increase adherence is borderline _______ (fill in the blank) 👀🕵️♂️👮♂️
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#BetaBlockers are commonly used medications, but it’s important to note that not all of them are the same. Here I highlight the cardioselective options, or Beta1 specific medications. The mnemonic MANBABE can be helpful in memorizing them, or if you just want the most commonly used ones, BMAN (bisoprolol, metoprolol, atenolol, and nebivolol). Beta 1 receptors are in the #heart and beta 2 receptors are in the #lungs . This is important because the cardioselective BB’s do not affect the lungs, so they would be the ideal beta blockers for patients who also have respiratory conditions such as asthma or COPD.