Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Telemetry Forever

i just feel sad. today, my original unit has been formally closed for operation. even though i was transferred to the coronary care unit, it is just sad to know that your original home is not there anymore.

to this, i would like to thank my unit for accepting me. for being kind to me for the past one year and three months that we were together. i never had a code blue or an icu transfer. you have led me to the people that i needed the most both professionally and as a person. you gave me the kindest preceptor and introduced me to my Besties. i was given the lessons of patience, of time management, of self-denial, of knowing when to fight and of knowing when to believe in the beauty of life.


thank you, Telemetry. you have forever changed me...

2 comments:

ןıuǝ oɟ ɟןıƃɥʇ said...

i am only familiar with the use of telemetry in aeronautics, space science and meteorology. i'm fascinated. what are its applications in medicine?

Charltoninho said...

Telemetry in our unit sends signals to the central monitor in the nurses' station to monitor a patient's ecg rhythm. :-)