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endlessmd:

Today, I was working in the wrong place at the right time and at the end of the day I felt like all the hard work paid off. 
I had the special opportunity to watch an escharotomy procedure being performed on a 32 y/o female patient suffering from severe ( third degree ) burn injury.

endlessmd:

Today, I was working in the wrong place at the right time and at the end of the day I felt like all the hard work paid off.
I had the special opportunity to watch an escharotomy procedure being performed on a 32 y/o female patient suffering from severe ( third degree ) burn injury.

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Robin Nest & Eggs by Ashley Hockenberry

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did-you-kno:

During WWII, the US Military designed a grenade the exact size and weight of a baseball, because “any young American man should be able to throw it properly.” Soldiers learned to hold it the way a pitcher holds a knuckle ball. Source

nothing like throwing a breaking/knuckle ball into a fucking bunker
MURRRRRRICA

That’s pretty badass right there.

bulletsforamerica:

danthemedicman:

did-you-kno:

During WWII, the US Military designed a grenade the exact size and weight of a baseball, because “any young American man should be able to throw it properly.” Soldiers learned to hold it the way a pitcher holds a knuckle ball. Source

nothing like throwing a breaking/knuckle ball into a fucking bunker

MURRRRRRICA

That’s pretty badass right there.

mindblowingscience:

Sally Ride (1951 - 2012) was an astrophysicist, astronaut, and the first American woman in space. After leaving NASA, Ride became a professor at UC San Diego and founded an educational resource company called Sally Ride Science. An intensely private person, her sudden death in 2012 from pancreatic cancer came with the public revelation that fellow UC San Diego professor Tam O’Shaughnessy had been Ride’s partner for 27 years. Ride is the first known LGBT astronaut. 

"The world and our perceptions have changed a lot, even since the ’70s, but there are lingering stereotypes. If you ask an 11-year-old to draw a scientist, she’s likely to draw a geeky guy with a pocket protector. That’s just not an image an 11-year-old girl aspires to."

-Sally Ride, from Inventors Digest, 2009 (h/t Space.com)

mindblowingscience:

Sally Ride (1951 - 2012) was an astrophysicist, astronaut, and the first American woman in space. After leaving NASA, Ride became a professor at UC San Diego and founded an educational resource company called Sally Ride Science. An intensely private person, her sudden death in 2012 from pancreatic cancer came with the public revelation that fellow UC San Diego professor Tam O’Shaughnessy had been Ride’s partner for 27 years. Ride is the first known LGBT astronaut

"The world and our perceptions have changed a lot, even since the ’70s, but there are lingering stereotypes. If you ask an 11-year-old to draw a scientist, she’s likely to draw a geeky guy with a pocket protector. That’s just not an image an 11-year-old girl aspires to."

-Sally Ride, from Inventors Digest, 2009 (h/t Space.com)

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