Sometimes, as a cardiothoracic surgeon, I and my colleagues don't stop to think how lucky we are to do what we do. We work hard. We are stressed. Most of the time, we save lives or make our patients better. Occasionally, we don't--and it takes its toll.
Nonetheless, sometimes the patients inadvertently remind us of how lucky we are by thanking or honoring us in some unique fashion. Here, a grateful ECMO patient--who almost died several times, both before ECMO and while on ECMO--thanks me in the most awe-inspiring way. One cannot help being touched by such things, and how they represent the difference we make in our patients' lives and the difference they make in our lives.
Dr Arie Blitz
To my brethren cardiothoracic surgeons:
“The chances you take, the people you meet, the people you love, the faith that you have. That’s what’s going to define you.” Denzel Washington
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