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I don't agree with this guy, but there's 3rd (maybe 4th?) year med student with an online blog that people find really funny. He described his reason for not liking anesthesia in the following way. I just wanted to see what you guys thought of this. I don't agree with what he says, but i thought it was funny and maybe you guys will get a kick out of it and have some things to fire back at him.

"Furthermore, I'd like to nominate anesthesiology as the current occupant of my Hell No spot. Tthis last week of anesthesia was by far the easiest week I've had, with me getting off the earliest and being able to joke around with a great group of wise-asses and otherwise laid-back residents while we did some intubations and got to sit around. So why is career this off? Well, rather than give technical details on the field of anesthesiology, let me give you an analogy that should explain why: Let's say you're trying to break into the porn industry. You're a strapping young lad packing a 12 inch penis, medicore acting abilities, and a perfect porn name, Rock Highlands. You are lucky enough to get a call-back from a movie crew, and when you arrive on the set, you find this gorgeous young woman with enormous breasts and a tiny waist, who, while perhaps not actually as hungry for cock as the title of the film you're about to shoot would suggest, will still be boning the lead of the film in about thirty minutes. However, after arriving on the set, you are told by the director that, rather than be the lead male in this scene, you are instead assigned to the role of the "auxiliary porn movie character who is there for no obvious reason but is still vital to every porn movie ever made". Now, you're role in this film is pivotal, you will get paid well, and you don't have to work hard at all. But you're not the one boning the chick, and you never will be. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why I cannot become an anesthesiologist."

You can read him at http://ahyesmedschool.blogspot.com/

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Totally valid opinion, I suppose....at least he recognizes that he doesn't posess the type of personality needed to be an anesthesiologist. It seems to me that good anesthesiologists are not the type of people that need to be the one "boning the hot chick." I personally would be happy to be the guy in the background fixing the office copier! :cool:
 

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What he misses is that at the end of the day while the surgeons are rounding we are out "boning the hot chick" and not just talking about it. Just teasing...kinda
 

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Totally valid opinion, I suppose....at least he recognizes that he doesn't posess the type of personality needed to be an anesthesiologist. It seems to me that good anesthesiologists are not the type of people that need to be the one "boning the hot chick." I personally would be happy to be the guy in the background fixing the office copier! :cool:

heyyyyy.. where is dad?/


anyway very true analogy.. The anesthesiologist is not the one actually fixing the patients problem.. or treating the disease.. BUt we are pivotal.. without the advances in anesthesia .. surgeons would not be able to work
 

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Mephisto said:
I don't agree with this guy, but there's 3rd (maybe 4th?) year med student with an online blog that people find really funny. He described his reason for not liking anesthesia in the following way. I just wanted to see what you guys thought of this. I don't agree with what he says, but i thought it was funny and maybe you guys will get a kick out of it and have some things to fire back at him.

"Furthermore, I'd like to nominate anesthesiology as the current occupant of my Hell No spot. Tthis last week of anesthesia was by far the easiest week I've had, with me getting off the earliest and being able to joke around with a great group of wise-asses and otherwise laid-back residents while we did some intubations and got to sit around. So why is career this off? Well, rather than give technical details on the field of anesthesiology, let me give you an analogy that should explain why: Let's say you're trying to break into the porn industry. You're a strapping young lad packing a 12 inch penis, medicore acting abilities, and a perfect porn name, Rock Highlands. You are lucky enough to get a call-back from a movie crew, and when you arrive on the set, you find this gorgeous young woman with enormous breasts and a tiny waist, who, while perhaps not actually as hungry for cock as the title of the film you're about to shoot would suggest, will still be boning the lead of the film in about thirty minutes. However, after arriving on the set, you are told by the director that, rather than be the lead male in this scene, you are instead assigned to the role of the "auxiliary porn movie character who is there for no obvious reason but is still vital to every porn movie ever made". Now, you're role in this film is pivotal, you will get paid well, and you don't have to work hard at all. But you're not the one boning the chick, and you never will be. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why I cannot become an anesthesiologist."

You can read him at http://ahyesmedschool.blogspot.com/

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Love it.

Except I'm changing my name to Dick Steele. (BTW that was the name of a urology resident when I was in residency!!)
 

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Mephisto said:
I don't agree with this guy, but there's 3rd (maybe 4th?) year med student with an online blog that people find really funny. He described his reason for not liking anesthesia in the following way. I just wanted to see what you guys thought of this. I don't agree with what he says, but i thought it was funny and maybe you guys will get a kick out of it and have some things to fire back at him.

"Furthermore, I'd like to nominate anesthesiology as the current occupant of my Hell No spot. Tthis last week of anesthesia was by far the easiest week I've had, with me getting off the earliest and being able to joke around with a great group of wise-asses and otherwise laid-back residents while we did some intubations and got to sit around. So why is career this off? Well, rather than give technical details on the field of anesthesiology, let me give you an analogy that should explain why: Let's say you're trying to break into the porn industry. You're a strapping young lad packing a 12 inch penis, medicore acting abilities, and a perfect porn name, Rock Highlands. You are lucky enough to get a call-back from a movie crew, and when you arrive on the set, you find this gorgeous young woman with enormous breasts and a tiny waist, who, while perhaps not actually as hungry for cock as the title of the film you're about to shoot would suggest, will still be boning the lead of the film in about thirty minutes. However, after arriving on the set, you are told by the director that, rather than be the lead male in this scene, you are instead assigned to the role of the "auxiliary porn movie character who is there for no obvious reason but is still vital to every porn movie ever made". Now, you're role in this film is pivotal, you will get paid well, and you don't have to work hard at all. But you're not the one boning the chick, and you never will be. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why I cannot become an anesthesiologist."

You can read him at http://ahyesmedschool.blogspot.com/

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Love it.

Except I'm changing my name to Dick Steele. (BTW that was the name of a urology resident when I was in residency!!)
 

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Mephisto said:
I don't agree with this guy, but there's 3rd (maybe 4th?) year med student with an online blog that people find really funny. He described his reason for not liking anesthesia in the following way. I just wanted to see what you guys thought of this. I don't agree with what he says, but i thought it was funny and maybe you guys will get a kick out of it and have some things to fire back at him.

"Furthermore, I'd like to nominate anesthesiology as the current occupant of my Hell No spot. Tthis last week of anesthesia was by far the easiest week I've had, with me getting off the earliest and being able to joke around with a great group of wise-asses and otherwise laid-back residents while we did some intubations and got to sit around. So why is career this off? Well, rather than give technical details on the field of anesthesiology, let me give you an analogy that should explain why: Let's say you're trying to break into the porn industry. You're a strapping young lad packing a 12 inch penis, medicore acting abilities, and a perfect porn name, Rock Highlands. You are lucky enough to get a call-back from a movie crew, and when you arrive on the set, you find this gorgeous young woman with enormous breasts and a tiny waist, who, while perhaps not actually as hungry for cock as the title of the film you're about to shoot would suggest, will still be boning the lead of the film in about thirty minutes. However, after arriving on the set, you are told by the director that, rather than be the lead male in this scene, you are instead assigned to the role of the "auxiliary porn movie character who is there for no obvious reason but is still vital to every porn movie ever made". Now, you're role in this film is pivotal, you will get paid well, and you don't have to work hard at all. But you're not the one boning the chick, and you never will be. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why I cannot become an anesthesiologist."

You can read him at http://ahyesmedschool.blogspot.com/

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Love it.

Except I'm changing my name to Dick Steele. (BTW that was the name of a urology resident when I was in residency!!)
 

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jetproppilot said:
Love it.

Except I'm changing my name to Dick Steele. (BTW that was the name of a urology resident when I was in residency!!)
ok we get it.. Your changing your name.. thats fine. we heard you the first time
 

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ok we get it.. Your changing your name.. thats fine. we heard you the first time
Uhhhhh, Slim, whenever that happens, its not intentional.

Sometimes the server doesnt process your post, you wait more than ususal watching the little green bars in the bottom right, and when nothing happens, you push the button again.
 

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Part of my name is actually "Hung"......
 

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Part of my name is actually "Hung"......
HEY! Little Johnnie? Little Johnnie Chung? I knew it! I knew it was you! Waddup, dude! :D
 

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Knew a guy named Harry Doung.
Heres another urology resident's name from when I was a resident...

JOE WOOD

Dick Steele and Joe Wood. Urology residents. Swear to God. Go figure.
 

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Read his post: "A Special Guide To Laryngoscopy"

Now I have a whole new perspective whenever I scope someone. :p
 

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dude should spend less time blogging and more time hitting the books. jeebus crichmas! homey has a lot to say! must have callouses on his fingertips from all that typing (and/or, perhaps, stroking his own ego). there's a reason we anesthesiologists refer to the surgical drape as the "blood brain barrier". perhaps too much of his blood is going to that (what-he-only-wishes-was-an) oversized penis. judging by his impression, guess junior hasn't actually ever been in the room when the **** has hit the fan... at least not yet. likewise, it's a far different experience being a med student essentially observing what's going on instead of actually doing it. they should let him run a case by himself, say an ASA 3, frpm start to finish. i'm sure he'd change his tune.
 

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What he misses is that at the end of the day while the surgeons are rounding we are out "boning the hot chick" and not just talking about it. Just teasing...kinda
LMAO...really
 

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Mephisto said:
I don't agree with this guy, but there's 3rd (maybe 4th?) year med student with an online blog that people find really funny. He described his reason for not liking anesthesia in the following way. I just wanted to see what you guys thought of this. I don't agree with what he says, but i thought it was funny and maybe you guys will get a kick out of it and have some things to fire back at him.

"Furthermore, I'd like to nominate anesthesiology as the current occupant of my Hell No spot. Tthis last week of anesthesia was by far the easiest week I've had, with me getting off the earliest and being able to joke around with a great group of wise-asses and otherwise laid-back residents while we did some intubations and got to sit around. So why is career this off? Well, rather than give technical details on the field of anesthesiology, let me give you an analogy that should explain why: Let's say you're trying to break into the porn industry. You're a strapping young lad packing a 12 inch penis, medicore acting abilities, and a perfect porn name, Rock Highlands. You are lucky enough to get a call-back from a movie crew, and when you arrive on the set, you find this gorgeous young woman with enormous breasts and a tiny waist, who, while perhaps not actually as hungry for cock as the title of the film you're about to shoot would suggest, will still be boning the lead of the film in about thirty minutes. However, after arriving on the set, you are told by the director that, rather than be the lead male in this scene, you are instead assigned to the role of the "auxiliary porn movie character who is there for no obvious reason but is still vital to every porn movie ever made". Now, you're role in this film is pivotal, you will get paid well, and you don't have to work hard at all. But you're not the one boning the chick, and you never will be. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why I cannot become an anesthesiologist."

You can read him at http://ahyesmedschool.blogspot.com/

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This dudes a riot! He could easily be the comedy central answer to atul gwande :)
 

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I wish this guy would change his mind and go into anesthesiology so that he might start posting on SDN!
 

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I wish this guy would change his mind and go into anesthesiology so that he might start posting on SDN!
I second that.

Lets not take ourselves too seriously, surgeon or anesthesiologist. Thats some funny s hit!

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Hmmmmm.....

I'LL TAKE IT.
 

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aredoubleyou said:
I wish this guy would change his mind and go into anesthesiology so that he might start posting on SDN!
I second that.

Lets not take ourselves too seriously, surgeon or anesthesiologist. Thats some funny s hit!

BEST PORN STAR SUPPORTING ACTOR

Hmmmmm.....

I'LL TAKE IT.
 

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aredoubleyou said:
I wish this guy would change his mind and go into anesthesiology so that he might start posting on SDN!
I second that.

Lets not take ourselves too seriously, surgeon or anesthesiologist. Thats some funny s hit!

BEST PORN STAR SUPPORTING ACTOR

Hmmmmm.....

I'LL TAKE IT.
 

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HEY JPP
I think your computer could use a dose of thorazine.
 

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jetproppilot said:
I second that.

Lets not take ourselves too seriously, surgeon or anesthesiologist. Thats some funny s hit!

BEST PORN STAR SUPPORTING ACTOR

Hmmmmm.....

I'LL TAKE IT.
Sorry in advance for the triplet post.

My gig of ram laptop in my rent-a-house is dissin' me!
 

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I think someone hit it right on the head when they made the distinction btwn observing anesthesiology and actually participating in it. It seems like medical students and rotating interns, because of the nature of the field, don't really get a good feel for the field. When you rotate in internal medicine (or pretty much any other field), you see a patient, make a decision, check it out with someone more senior, and impliment it. In that way, you come to feel accountable for what happens and you learn something. In anesthesiology, there isn't really time for all those steps, and so accountability (and therefore learning and "feeling like you're actually doing something") goes out the window. The end result is that people end up feeling like the field is lazy and simple. I've wondered if there isn't a better way to get students and rotating interns involved in such a way that they feel accountable, without killing people. Any ideas?
 

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I think someone hit it right on the head when they made the distinction btwn observing anesthesiology and actually participating in it. It seems like medical students and rotating interns, because of the nature of the field, don't really get a good feel for the field. When you rotate in internal medicine (or pretty much any other field), you see a patient, make a decision, check it out with someone more senior, and impliment it. In that way, you come to feel accountable for what happens and you learn something. In anesthesiology, there isn't really time for all those steps, and so accountability (and therefore learning and "feeling like you're actually doing something") goes out the window. The end result is that people end up feeling like the field is lazy and simple. I've wondered if there isn't a better way to get students and rotating interns involved in such a way that they feel accountable, without killing people. Any ideas?
Patient simulator. When I was a student rotating through anesthesia, we were required to do a certain number of simlutor sessions during the rotation. They had us doing inductions and other stuff on our own, which I thought was great, even though most of the time the 'patient' would code and/or die. :) (at least, that's often what happened during the runs where they would watch us without giving tips). But it's a great experience, and definitely makes you feel much more involved/accountable.
 

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Being the Porn Star does have its major drawbacks in life. You always gotta be on set and rock hard. You have to take time away from your family and your wife may hate you for your job and what its doing to you.

I'd rather be the guy in the back with the dark hunter s thompson shades getting paid, doing my job well, and gettin the hell out of dodge. I can get into whatever trouble I want outside of work. :)

I would be Chester Rockwell.
 

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Mephisto said:
I don't agree with this guy, but there's 3rd (maybe 4th?) year med student with an online blog that people find really funny. He described his reason for not liking anesthesia in the following way. I just wanted to see what you guys thought of this. I don't agree with what he says, but i thought it was funny and maybe you guys will get a kick out of it and have some things to fire back at him.

"Furthermore, I'd like to nominate anesthesiology as the current occupant of my Hell No spot. Tthis last week of anesthesia was by far the easiest week I've had, with me getting off the earliest and being able to joke around with a great group of wise-asses and otherwise laid-back residents while we did some intubations and got to sit around. So why is career this off? Well, rather than give technical details on the field of anesthesiology, let me give you an analogy that should explain why: Let's say you're trying to break into the porn industry. You're a strapping young lad packing a 12 inch penis, medicore acting abilities, and a perfect porn name, Rock Highlands. You are lucky enough to get a call-back from a movie crew, and when you arrive on the set, you find this gorgeous young woman with enormous breasts and a tiny waist, who, while perhaps not actually as hungry for cock as the title of the film you're about to shoot would suggest, will still be boning the lead of the film in about thirty minutes. However, after arriving on the set, you are told by the director that, rather than be the lead male in this scene, you are instead assigned to the role of the "auxiliary porn movie character who is there for no obvious reason but is still vital to every porn movie ever made". Now, you're role in this film is pivotal, you will get paid well, and you don't have to work hard at all. But you're not the one boning the chick, and you never will be. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why I cannot become an anesthesiologist."

You can read him at http://ahyesmedschool.blogspot.com/

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That was fricken hilarious

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That was fricken hilarious

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That was fricken hilarious

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(sorry, JPP, couldn't resist ;))

It is too bad that guy isn't interested in anesthesiology though--wildly entertaining to read.
 

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That was fricken hilarious

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That was fricken hilarious

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That was fricken hilarious

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(sorry, JPP, couldn't resist ;))

It is too bad that guy isn't interested in anesthesiology though--wildly entertaining to read.
lol

lol

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At least he didn't compare Anesthesia to the "fluffer" in porn production... that would cause the number of applicants to drop!

I don't get to bone Jenna Jameson and you want me to do what :eek: :wow:
 

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At least he didn't compare Anesthesia to the "fluffer" in porn production... that would cause the number of applicants to drop!

I don't get to bone Jenna Jameson and you want me to do what :eek: :wow:
Nope, not the fluffer.


"Ask The Fake Doctor 2
Proving once again that I will respond to your questions, I have decided to institute another installment of Ask The Fake Doctor. I should remind you that these questions are not made up and have not been altered from their original text (save a spelling correction here or there). I should also remind you that not one of these people sent me naked pictures of themselves, despite my constant pleas. So thanks a lot, everyone.


You are my new hero. I stumbled upon your blog a few days ago and after reading Eagle Eyes I realized I was home. I think it was your poo-talk that reeled me in...just on your porn/anaesthetics analogy: isn't the anesthesiologist really like the back-up super-stud for when the lead male totally screws up and needs the actually-not-so-auxillary male to come save the day? Just a thought after I sawt he anesthesiologist save the life of a woman who really wanted to die in the gyn OR. I mean this guy's performance was so good that even the surgeon couldn't stop raving about him. Think about it, lead male can't stop raving how amazing Rock Highlands saved the day.
-R. R., Sydney, Australia (How's that for international appeal?)


Ignoring the fact that I left in the part about being someone’s new hero only to make myself feel better when it is so obvious that that statement has nothing to do with the question, you bring up an interesting point. Could I have been mistaken about this analogy, overlooking the instances when anesthesiologist does step up to not only bang the porn star, but also make the male lead look flaccid and small in the process? Perhaps, but first of all, the situation you describe is exceedingly rare. In all of the OR time I have experienced in the last three months, I have never seen anything even close to that which you describe. Which is not to say it doesn’t happen, because I’ve heard stories like yours before. Surely there is some porn movie where the above scenario ensues. However, what I have heard and seen far more frequently is the anesthesiologist screwing up (or cockblocking the male lead, if you want to keep this porn analogy going) and requiring gentle reminders from the surgeons to do their jobs appropriately (these go usually something like “STOP READING YOUR GODDAMN MAGAZINE AND FIX THIS NOW!”). In porn terms, the dialogue might go something like this:

Female lead/Patient: It’s so hot outside…I’m all soaked and wet.
Male lead/Surgeon: I’ll cool you off, baby, with my shower of-
Back-up/Anesthesiologist: [Busts open the door, barges in] Hey guys! What’s going on over here? Anyone want to play Scattergories?
Male lead/Surgeon: Put that away before I shove that board game up her ass!

‘Nuff said."

I love the fact that australia gives it to him about the role of anesthesiologist, but it's obvious that mephistoles is unimpressed.
 
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I love the fact that australia gives it to him about the role of anesthesiologist, but it's obvious that mephistoles is unimpressed.[/QUOTE]

Au contraire, mon frère. Like I said before, I dont agree with what he says. Anesthesia sounds awesome to me (I'm MS1) and I love how it's team-based and procedure-based. If anything, y'all are gang-banging the chick with the surgeon (But I think he's penetrating and you're more touching and feeling her).

Let me just say, I got the exact reaction I expected from Anesthesiologists to my post. You all are laid back and secure. Almost without exception, you found that tidbit hilarious and took it lightly. Try posting something similar (i.e. something mildly derogatory and stereotypical) about a specialty like surgery, ortho or derm or something on their board and watch the fireworks begin! This just confirmed my perceptions of the "personality" of anesthesiology. Even the blogger said they were probably the happiest, coolest bunch of guys he met.
 

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Au contraire, mon frère. Like I said before, I dont agree with what he says. Anesthesia sounds awesome to me (I'm MS1) and I love how it's team-based and procedure-based. If anything, y'all are gang-banging the chick with the surgeon (But I think he's penetrating and you're more touching and feeling her).

Let me just say, I got the exact reaction I expected from Anesthesiologists to my post. You all are laid back and secure. Almost without exception, you found that tidbit hilarious and took it lightly. Try posting something similar (i.e. something mildly derogatory and stereotypical) about a specialty like surgery, ortho or derm or something on their board and watch the fireworks begin! This just confirmed my perceptions of the "personality" of anesthesiology. Even the blogger said they were probably the happiest, coolest bunch of guys he met.

My bad. I thought thought mephisto was the writer, until I looked at your moniker.
 

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