Standing in an operating room in the hospital that I will be running, doing the hardest surgery ever. Taking my time but at the same time trying to do it fast. The surgery was so hard and intense I feel like it was my first surgery. The rush that I got if I mess up this person dies just like the first time. This surgery was taking so long as the first complicated surgery I had to do but also not as complex as this one I´m in right now. The pressure of the patient’s family outside waiting for an update when the patient keeps flattening out, and we got to do cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Finally, the patient stops flattening out they are becoming stable and finally we can give their family an update. Every deep breath I took, I felt every single nerve in my body starting to shut down like if I was turning off a light bulb. My limbs were shaking uncontrollably like if they were sore after a workout and trying to walk.
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