The perils of the good samaritan.


It’s 8 PM, 3 hours after the end of my 12-hour ICU shift, but instead of heading home, I’m seated on a hard half-bench, heart pounding. I’m going through all the emotions that a surge of catecholamine release causes: anger, fear, anger again and more fear, watching the happenings of the Mulago National Referral Hospital Police Station, and contemplating my… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.annemergmed.2013.03.014


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