My First Patient

By Tim Manzi, tmanzi

I was nervous for my first rotation for many reasons. I was afraid about the early mornings and late nights. I was afraid about getting called in the middle of the night when there was an emergency. I was most afraid, however, of actually having to take care of a patient for the first time…

27th March, 2015

Storm Chips

By Shannon Emmons, semmons

I’m not sure if this is just a PEI thing, or a Canadian thing, but the trend of #stormchips has been going around the island like crazy. We seem to be hunkered down inside, hibernating and eating storm chips with the storms going wild outside. This winter was supposed to be mild according to the Farmer’s..

26th March, 2015

My First Goat Dystocia

By Aubrey Lambach, alambach

The week I returned from winter break, I resumed my shifts as a member of Calf Team. The Food Animal Reproduction and Medicine Club gives students the opportunity to assist in the livestock barn during night shifts. During my night on-call, a goat dystocia (difficult labor) came into the teaching hospital. I received a call..

25th March, 2015