In a message dated 9/26/99 11:14:02 PM Central Daylight Time,
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<< I would have to sign this, master of two (not jack of all)
Kelly Estes RDMS, RDCS, RVT, practicing in the last two >>
I think that most of us agree that this is a possible occurance, but you are
a rare exception to the rule. It is rare to come across someone who
practices in more than one field who knows the uncommon pathology (anything
not DVT or PVD). Carotid body tumours, Takayasu's, FMD and popliteal
entrapment are either unknown or over-looked. I believe that alot of this
occurs because most "double duty" techs are in U/S settings where they are
simply cranking, money making machines, and they have no time.
Oh, and Don, you mentioned the "M" word, but let's not forget the "P" word
either. Power in the ranks of the hospital setting is extremely important and
in some cases, as equally vied for as money.
Mobile Infirmary Medical Ctr.