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11 minutes ago, Edict said:

Stethoscopes are already obsolete on the wards. By the time you enter residency and definitely by the time you finish residency ultrasound will likely become the new stethoscope. 

But how will you be able to describe how late the AS crescendo peak is to your staff?!?!

:P

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I got a Littmann Cardiology IV in all black. Really like it. You gotta show up your family med preceptor so don't get a Fisher-Price cheap one. 

Every one's right, these are osbolete, but you still need it for your bomb azz instagram pic so : p

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On 11/5/2019 at 4:54 PM, The Ace of Spades said:

As others have said, do not get an expensive one. You never know what specialty you will end up in. You may not even use a stethoscope regularly in your practice!

Plus no matter how careful you are there is a high probability you will lose it at some point. 

Ha, sleep deprivation makes it hard to find things

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35 minutes ago, rmorelan said:

Plus no matter how careful you are there is a high probability you will lose it at some point. 

Ha, sleep deprivation makes it hard to find things

what fellowship you doing ?

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1 minute ago, rmorelan said:

Emergency radiology :)

Wow sounds very impressive. You know what, I've been reading your posts since I was in high school....you were merely a student back then.

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2 minutes ago, i8aSS said:

Wow sounds very impressive. You know what, I've been reading your posts since I was in high school....you were merely a student back then.

ha still am merely a student for 6 more months - medical training, it sure takes awhile

 

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