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Making Drugs Nice Once more | Towards Medical Recommendation 001 | ZDoggMD.com



The World Premiere of our new Facebook Live show! In Episode 1, we visit that most wretched hive of scum and villainy: HIMSS 2017! Also, Doc Vader does the news…prepare to get your Dark Side on.

Apologies for the low video quality, we forgot to hit “record” for the 4K master so this is grabbed in low res from Facebook. Future episodes will be 4K so every wrinkle pops!

Visit http://ZDoggMD.com/ama-001 for more and come to http://Facebook.com/zdoggmd every Sunday at 4pm PT for new episodes!

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  1. ** — ZDogg — ** !! WE ARE WITH YOU !!! WE ARE THE SOLUTION !!
    FOR ALL OF THE CARE-TAKERS AND TEACHERS AND HEALERS OF THE WORLD : AS A COLLECTIVE – WE HAVE ALL OF THE TOOLS, WISDOM AND RESOURCES NEEDED TO CREATE NEW SYSTEMS AND INFRASTRUCTURES ACROSS THE BOARD…..AND WE ALREADY ARE. AUTHENTICITY, JOY AND FULFILLING OUTCOMES ARE AHEAD FOR ALL OF US. * MAY WE NOT FEAR THE UNKNOWN *

  2. 17 min into your vid, just want to say I went AMA after 5 hours in a wasted bed with increasing a wasted nurse's census for a low accuity prob. I'm not going to report to The Joint, because I don't want anyone in trouble at all for false documentation that occurred, plus it takes administrators off of the real work they need to do. I just think throughput is so important. So I went to the other hospital 3 min down the street, wearing the hospital gown from my own work and went into a competing hospital. They had two low accuity rooms. They were able to get rid of me from door to stitches in 13 minutes and two others within 20 in the same room as me w/curtains. They went back and forth to higher accuity. It was great. I only think I got thru their system better was through their EMR…they just pushed a button for "laceration" and pushed print…don't know what system it was, but it was better than we have. I think we need low accuity rooms & better software or appropriately trained IST #stopnepotism and hire trained computer peeps.

  3. Unless you are willing to consider a single payer system where the ,Hospital system' generates less revenue and you personally get a pay cut, stop acting like you care. The BIGGEST SCAM in this country is the 'health care' system.

  4. When will you come out with official ZDogg merchandise for medical professionals so we can show our support and help encourage the 3.0 system? It's a great movement you have created and official merch (not the knock offs already selling in your name) would be a great way to show support and help move it along.

  5. You're speaking my language , Z! Getting burnt out with healthcare that seems to only care how corporations ( aka as our healthcare system) gets paid as we the healthcare workers treat out computers ( aka cash registers) instead of our patients . You give me hope! Keep it up!

  6. After 13 years of bedside nursing, I became sooo burned out, doing and giving my best. The best thing I did for myself is stepping away from bedside and going into correctional nursing. I wish it would of been different, I still work ICU perdiem.

  7. Having up to 30 pts day shift and a 12 hour shift and only 2 CNA's in a long term/rehab is a killer. Head on a bed philosophy and not staffing for acuity but only numbers causes harm. So discouraging and nursing staff are the ones family members get angry with when needs and call lights go unanswered. I hope you can help us ZDoggMD .
    Lisa LPN.

  8. As an observer – I've seen my boyfriend go to the ER for back pain – being told it was pneumonia because an xray had a faint shadow and he had "odd" breath sounds, send home with a Z-Pak and told to rest. A week later we're back at the ER because even after the Z-Pak he was in more pain and now coughing up large globs of blood. This time he's admitted to the ICU, with a pulmonary embolism in BOTH lungs and unknown (still unknown) if up to 15% of each lung was dead. A week of STRICT bedrest in the ICU because his entire team was worried if he moved the clot would dislodge and move to his heart. Because of his age (31) the ER staff told us "we just assumed it was pneumonia, why else would a young, healthy, non-smoker have lung issues". NO ONE the first time believed him he wasn't coughing, or that the pain was on both sides, but in different spots, and not constant (only hurt with deep breaths or bending over). Now we know he has a Factor V mutation.

    I myself have chronic kidney stones, to the point I know when I;m passing them. Last stone I past was small – I past it while waiting in the ER to be seen for it. The PA was AMAZING, didn't assume I was after pain meds and told me she wanted to run a scan to make sure there weren't more. There was! During ultra sound, my right kidney was normal, my left…was at first thought to be a duplex. NOPE! It was twice the size because the stone INSIDE THE KIDNEY was 1.2 x 2.9 cm (0.5 x 1 inch) stone (The kidney itself was 16 x 6 x 7 cm…right side was 10 x 5 x 4 cm). Three days in the hospital, stent inserted, lithotripsy preformed, and months of aftercare between a team of urologists, nephrologists, and my primary…and every single one said I was a strange case because of age, the size of the stone (one said I was lucky that kidney didn't rupture) and my lack of pain…apparently it was a rare stone as well. None of this would have been noticed if the PA at the ER didn't assume I was lying and didn't want to push me right back out the door.

    Now I;m currently taking pre-reqs to go into nursing myself because I saw first hand (twice) the need for nurses. There are several people in my class who only "want to pass out meds" or "I;m gonna work 11-7 for I get paid to do nothing!" and they simultaniously make me second guess my goal and fuel my fire to be a damn good nurse.

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