Online Wardrounds Ep 13 featuring @Gee1

in air-clinic •  7 months ago


AIR-CLINIC ROCKS! It’s good to be back with another interesting episode of Online Ward rounds, a special programme for everyone to talk about their health and share knowledge.


We are sure you had a great time during the Last episode. For those that missed the show, here is a link.


These are the members that graced our grand rounds last week:

@bookoons (special guest)










You all made our twelvth episode a success. We appreciate your contributions.

@air-clinic specially appreciates @bookoons

Thank you for honoring our invite. It was great having you on the show. We also learned from you.

Case 1 Highlight

The Diagnosis for this was Ruptured Ectopic Pregnancy

Case 2 Highlight

The Diagnosis for this was Chronic Liver Disease


Case 1

A 60 years old man noticed in the last 3 months that when he passes urine it stops suddenly and he still feels the urge to urinate, thus he has to strain to urinate and when he is done there are still some drops that stains his trousers.

It then progressed to urinating more often, sometimes at night, he found himself waking up five to six times at night just to take a pee.

Recently he also noticed that before he finds a convenient place to urinate his trousers usually get wet with urine and sometimes he sees slight stains of blood on his pants. He has been having a serious back pain which doesn't seem to be relieved by painkillers

Yesterday, while trying to take a pee, he could not make any success out of the situation, he decides to discuss this new strange bathroom episodes with his son, his son suggest he sees a doctor because he is afraid a similar pattern of events which led to the demise of his fathers' elder brother is re-occurring.

What do you think is this mans medical problem (diagnosis)?
If you were a doctor, how would you help him with his problem?
What lessons have you learned from his story?

Case 2

A 54 years old woman who stopped seeing her menses about two decades ago noticed that she now has an insatiable appetite, she urinates more now and wakes up 4 to 6 times to pee at night.

She noticed that the more she pees, the more she is thirsty and her water consumption has increased in the past two weeks.

Two days ago, she noticed she was feeling general body weakness and she seemed to be feeling dizzy and unaware of her environment .

She was rushed into the ER early this morning, her granddaughter said she could not understand what her granny was saying shortly before she lost consciousness. She also confirmed to the doctor that Her elder brother and Mum died of similar illness.

What do you think is this woman's medical problem (diagnosis)?
If you were a doctor, how would you help her recover?
What lessons have you learned from her story?

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For this week’s TETE-A-TETE segment, meet our guest... - @gee1

Tell us about yourself

I am Grace. I am a Physiologist and a Doctor in training. I am a Cryptocurrency enthusiast and investor. I love surfing the internet, traveling and reading

Why do you love @air-clinic?

I love @Air-clinic because it stands for something that means so much to me- Medicine, I also love her involvement in Cryptocurrency. Airclinic is not just an observer project in the Cryptocurrency space but a proactive one that I see a great future for. Airclinic is Value-based and I love this about her.

High and low point on steemit

. I think I have had high points with an "s" on Steemit.

One of My major high points on steemit is FUN TIME WITH @GEE1. It was born out of the need to add some fun to the Steem blockchain and the passion to see people bring smiles to the faces of others. I loved to see people appreciate other people through #mancrushmonday, #womancrushwednesday and the appreciation post with the #throwbackthursday tags.

My other high points were times when my write-ups made someone feel special or helped them in a way. Another high point for me on Steemit were times when lots of people I look up to and respect so much on steemit dropped my comments on my post and the few times whales upvoted my post.

All these made me enjoy my journey on Steemit.

My Low point on Steemit were very few times I had undervalued posts.

How do you balance your steemit life and real life

I try to be conscious about it.

Motivation to study your career.

The fact that I could make people happier

Challenges/survival story in your specialty

My major challenge in my chosen career is time. There are so many things to do in a very short time

Final words

If you have ever thought of quitting, remember why you came on board in the first place. Remember how this was all you ever wanted.

Remember how that patient you managed made you feel like a god. You allowed God to express himself through you to them. It is a great opportunity to give hope and life to another person.

The hassles might be so much now but the reward, in the end, in the end, will be great. Be encouraged!

SHOUTOUT SEGMENT (To Previous Interviewees)!

@Zoneboy, @Endopediatria, @Elvigia, @Oluwambe, @Bcrafts, @Evarich, @iamchijamz, @donnest., @wordswithhoney, @desmoniac, @bookoons

Thank you for joining us on previous episodes of Online WARDROUNDS.

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Awesome is the word!!!
Thanks for having me on the show @air-clinic. I enjoyed every bit of it.

Thanks to @antigenx for reaching out. Means a lot to me.

And to @nairadaddy, you are the real daddy. God bless your heart and the works of your hand.


We appreciate you for coming on the show dear. It's been a long time coming already. Air Clinic loves you!🏥💛


Thanks for making out time for the interview.. it made my work easier. #YouRock

Hi, I like many health topics! I have medical relatives who teach me a lot. The case of the 60-year-old man with intermittent urine has several diagnoses that I will address in a next topic. I wish that @air-clinic follow with a lot of success!


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Thank you I will take it into account.

Case one is about prostate cancer.

Case two is about type 2 diabetes (adult-onset (non-insulin dependent).


For case 1
My diagnosis is bladder outlet obstruction secondary to prostate cancer( metastatic CAP)

Treatment is androgen blockage/ suppression and symptomatic treatment.

For case 2
My diagnosis is hyperglycaemic crisis/coma (HHS) in diabetes mellitus (probably type 2)

Treatment is hydration with IVF, glucose lowering agents,… Antibiotics, counseling, dietary modifications, follow up.

Hi @air-clinic, I'm @checky ! While checking the mentions made in this post I noticed that @dr-omaqiin doesn't exist on Steem. Maybe you made a typo ?

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Nice having you around today @gee1. Please lets see you around more often.