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We'e thrilled to be releasing Unconditional Love, our mixtape West Coast IPA bursting with American hops. Now in the Cellar Door, NZ next week! What tracks had to be on your mixtapes back in the day?? #westcoastipa #unconditionallove #mixtape #trysomethingnew #garageproject #pac

Group session with my badass nurses Kourtney and Kayla. At @pac.fit
I may be way shorter than them but I whooped their asses. 🤣❤️🙌🏻 #minitrainer #strongsmartcapableworthy #pac #strengthpak #gym #gymflow #lift #strength #grow #persist #iammotiv8

Practice questions coming to Instagram! Swipe for the answer, don't peek before you think it through! #physicianassistant #paschool #medicine #medical #npae #pas #pac #pance #panre #practicequestions

Como da última vez quem ganhou a competição de construir a melhor casa foi o Pac eu resolvi desafiar ele de novo, e ainda chamei o Fe Batista e o David Dorp!! O tema da vez era Pac e Mike!! Quem vocês acham que ganhou? 🤔 #tazercraft #tazermitos #pac #mike #pacemike #batalha #construcao #minecraft

Cyanotic heart as a result of hanging - a classic forensic medicine case!
Here are petechial hemorrhages seen on the epicardium of the heart. Petechiae (pinpoint hemorrhages) represent bleeding from small vessels and are classically found when a coagulopathy is due to a low platelet count. They can also appear following sudden hypoxia due to asphyxia and deprivation of blood supply (ischemia), thus confirming this case was a suicide by hanging.
On postmortem examinations, there are non-specific physical signs used to attribute death to asphyxia. These include visceral congestion via dilation of the venous blood vessels and blood stasis, petechiae, cyanosis and fluidity of the blood.
Notice the bluish vessels on the surface of the heart. The loss of oxygen is the reason veins are described as blue since they carry blood that has lost oxygen to the body's cells back to the lungs where it can be reoxygenated. As asphyxia progresses and more oxygen is depleted, a dark discoloration of the skin and tissues called cyanosis develops. #PAlife #physicianassistantstudent #PA #PAC #PAS #aapa #anatomy #physiology #pance #medicine #medlife #doctor #surgeon #medstudent #medschool #nurse #study #cool #techno #medical #life #health #science #hospital


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Didn't I tell you that I was a savage? 🏋🏽‍♀️ #pac #strengthpak #lift #deadlift #strength #girlsthatlift #gym #gymflow #power #althetics #compound

Many people have asked me how I decided that I wanted to be a PA. So I'll give you the abridged version

I didn’t find out about the career until my junior year of college. One of the girls that I was working as a RA with told me about the occupation and it really peaked my interest. Right after high school I went to med school in Poland for a year, to see what it was like, since my cousin from Taiwan graduated from medical school in Poland. She suggested I try it out, so I applied and got in. I was actually at my Binghamton orientation when I received the phone call that I was accepted. If you knew me, you’d know that I actually disliked science for the longest time. I was going to Binghamton to major in English. But I decided to just give Poland a try and I absolutely loved it!

I wrote my personal statement on a baby who I took care of in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). I was responsible for helping him get better by monitoring his vital signs, weighing, feeding, preparation & administration of meds, and insertion of NG tubes. It was such an incredible experience being able to see him transition into the acute care unit. However, it was also an intense experience, coming straight out of HS and going into med school. I was one of the youngest students there and I had no prior medical experience or education like my classmates had. It was from my rotation in the NICU, cadaver lab and the classes that I was taking, that really allowed me to appreciate science at a whole new level that I had never experienced before. So after that first year, I decided to come back to the states to continue my education.

I was pre-med, pre-vet, and I was about to go to my stony brook nursing interview when my parents told me to graduate and get a job. They saw me struggling to decide what I wanted to do with my life. After I received a job offer as an Andrologist, I met a PA who further confirmed my interest in the profession. However, it all came down to my internship in the NICU, that allowed me to realize that I wanted to work in the healthcare field.

Never forget what brought you here in the first place. Love what you do & excel at it.

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