Hello There, 

I am Dr. Tinsae, a 24-year-old blogger from Ethiopia

I was born and raised in Nazareth, Ethiopia. As of 1st born, I had the responsibility of being a role model for my younger siblings. So I was too focused on learning and managed to join Black lion medical school, which is one of the most known tertiary hospitals in my country Ethiopia. And currently, I am last year medical student. In the future, I plan to be a good psychiatrist.

Why I Start Blogging

I was into writing since I was a child. I wrote poems, fiction, and a diary. And I think that is one of my reasons to start writing a blog.

My first self-hosted blog is called earn-smarter.com. It contains valuable content so if you are interested in blogging and freelancing, feel free to surf.

After blogging for years on other blogs (both free and self-hosted), I believe I should start a blog that is about my profession and which will help many people around the globe.

So I started Life as MD.

 

This Blog Is For You

If you

Plan to join medicine in the near future OR
Just joined medicine and wondering how it is for others OR
You are in the middle of it and wonder if you choose the right profession (every medico feel this way once in a while) OR 
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If you are in one of those categories, you are in the right place.

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How to Open a Medium Clinic in Ethiopia – Requirements (2020 Update)

This article is based on the guide published by the Ethiopian Standards Agency (ESA) 2020 edition. Let’s dive into it.

15 የደም ግፊት በሽታ መንሥኤዎች ከነማብራሪያቸው

ጤና ይስጥልኝ የላይፍ አስ ኤምዲ ብሎግ ተከታታዮቻችን በዚህ ፁሁፋችን የደም ግፊት በሽታ መንሥኤዎችን በሰፊው እናያለን፤ ተከታተሉን።

የኩላሊት በሽታን እንዴት መከላከል ይቻላል? 9 ቀላል መከላከያ መንገዶች

ኩላሊት በሰውነታችን ውስጥ ያሉ ንጥረ ነገሮች መጠናቸውን እንዲጠብቁ እንዲሁም ጎጂ ኬሚካሎች ከሰውነታችን ተጣርቶ እንዲወጣ የሚያደርግ የሰውነት ክፍል ነው። በመሆኑም ይህ በጣም አስፈላጊ የሆነውን የሰውነታችንን ክፍል ጤንነት ለመጠበቅ የሚረዱ የተለያዩ መንገዶችን በመተግበር የኩላሊት በሽታን መከላከል እንችላለን። በዚህ ትምህርታዊ ፁሁፍ ላይ ስለ 9 የኩላሊት በሽታ መከላከያ መንገዶች እናያለን፤ መልካም ንባብ።

20 የኩላሊት በሽታ መንሥኤዎች (causes of kidney disease)

ኩላሊት በሰውነታችን ውስጥ ያሉ ንጥረ ነገሮች መጠናቸውን እንዲጠብቁ እንዲሁም ጎጂ ኬሚካሎች ከሰውነታችን ተጣርቶ እንዲወጣ የሚያደርግ የሰውነት ክፍል ነው። በዚህ ፁሁፍ ስለ የኩላሊት በሽታ መንሥኤዎች በሰፊ እናወራለን።

10 አደገኛ የኩላሊት በሽታ ምልክቶች (10 SYMPOMES OF KIDNeY DISEASE)

በኩላሊት ላይ የሚደርስ ጉዳት በሁለት ይከፈላል። አጣዳፊ እና የቆየ
አጣዳፊ የኩላሉት በሽታ የሚባለው ከ 3 ወር ባነሰ ጊዜ በኩላሊት ላይ የሚደርስ ጉዳት ሲሆን የኩላሊት በሽታው ከ 3 ወር ከበለጠ የቆየ እንለዋለን። ሌላው ሁለቱን የኩላሊት በሽታዎች የሚለያያቸው የሚያሳዩት ምልክት ነው። ከስሙ መረዳት እንደምንችለው አጣዳፊ የኩላሊት በሽታ የተለዩ ምልክቶች ስላሉት በሽተኞቹ ቶሎ ወደ ሐኪም ቤት በመሔድ ተገቢውን ሕክምና ስለሚያገኙ የመዳን እድላቸው ከፍተኛ ነው።
የቆየ የኩላሊት በሽታ ግን ብዙም ምልክቶች ሳያሳይ ለከፋ ችግር ሊያዳግት ይችላል። በሽተኞቹም የዲያሊሲስ ሕክምና ረዘም ላለ ጊዜ የመፈለግ እድላቸው ከፍተኛ ነው።
ይህን ካልን እስኪ የሁለቱንም ምልክቶች እንይ።

How to Start a Clinic in Ethiopia – A Step by Step Guide

I ask permission from Dr. Daniel to post the article so that anyone who needs a guide to start a clinic in Ethiopia. So good luck

How to Open Pharmacy In Ethiopia – Steps & Requirements

If you plan to start your pharmacy in Ethiopia, first you need to know the requirements and specifications. This blog post will help you know what is required to open a pharmacy in Ethiopia. Let’s see them step by step.

Von Willebrand disease (Types and Treatment)

Von Willebrand disease (VWD) is the most common inherited bleeding disorder which is caused by a deficiency of von Willebrand factor in the blood. That means the patinet will have defect in clotting. They tend to bleed more than expected. What is the von Willebrand...

What are the 4 Stages of Pneumonia?

Pneumonia is inflammation of lung parenchyma. It can occur due to viruses, bacteria, fungus even cal irritation. It can affect any age group including the newborn and elderly. The patient will present with cough, fever, shortness of breath, and respiratory distress....

What Does OBGYN Stand For? When Should I Seek Help?

In case you are wondering what OBGYN stand for, you are in the right place. After reading this article, you will know what OBGYN stand for and when should you visit your OBGYN Doctor. OBGYN stands for obstetrics and gynecology. It comprises two interdependent fields...

Breech Presentation – Risk Factors & Managment

Definition of Breech presentation Breech presentation is when the buttock of the fetus enters to pelvis before heading of the baby. It comprises of 3 - 4% of singleton delivery at term. What are the risk factors? Risk factors can be fetal or maternal. Fetal risk...

Should I go to med school? consider these 7 things first

If you are asking yourself if you should go to med school, you are in the right place because, in this article, we will talk about things you should consider before joining medicine.

Premature rupture of membrane (PROM)

Premature rupture of membrane (PROM) is a membrane rupture that occurs before the onset of labor. Its incidence is 8 – 10%.

Placental Abruption – Definition, Risk factors, and Management

Placental abruption or abruptio placenta is a detachment of the normally implanted placenta after a period of viability but before the baby is born.

Iron Deficiency Anemia – Risk Factors, Symptoms and Treatment

Anemia is defined as a reduction of the oxygen-carrying capacity of blood as measured by the
hematocrit. And the most common type of anemia is iron deficiency anemia.

Rh Incompatibility – Why & How it Affect Your Pregnancy?

Rh incompatibility means when a mother with RH negative blood type bears an RH positive baby. And Rh sensitization means when the mother produces an antibody against Rh antigen.

Tooth Decay – What is the science behind it?

Tooth decay (Dental caries) is defined as a microbiological disease of the hard structure of teeth. It occurs due to bacteria.

Menstrual cycle – what is normal and abnormal?

Nature finds a way to design a perfect cycle due to hormonal effects. And ovaries and endometrium are involved in the process.

Heimlich maneuver – What are the steps and its success rate?

According to AHA report, the Heimlich maneuver has a success rate of 70 – 86% if done properly. It means if you do the proper Heimlich maneuver, you can save 86% of cases. It doesn’t need any special training or qualification to do the procedure and yet, you can save someones life.

How to Do Leopold Maneuver? What are the steps?

Leopold Maneuver is a physical examination done for pregnant women by doctors and midwives. It helps to identify the lie and the presentation of the baby in the womb.

Cardinal Movements of Labor – What are 7 Steps?

During labor and delivery, the baby head tries to find the easiest way to pass the pelvic bone of the mother to reach the vaginal opening. The process is called cardinal movements of labor. And it has 7 major steps.

Physiological Changes During Pregnancy

The human body makes physiological changes during pregnancy. in this article, you will find an overview of physiologic changes in different systems of our body. What is the Purpose of the Change? To provide nutrient and oxygen to the babyProvide a supportive...

Stages of labor – How Long Does It Last?

Labor is a coordinated efficient sequence of involuntary uterine contractions that results in effacement and dilatation of the cervix and voluntary bearing down efforts of the mother leading to the expulsion per vaginum of products of the conceptus. There are 3 stages...

Anemia – Cause, Symptoms & Treatment

Overview Anemia is defined as a reduction of circulating red blood cell mass which results in the reduced oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood. It can also be defined as a reduction in the hemoglobin concentration of the blood. Classification of Anemia There are a...

Biophysical Profile – Components & Interpretation

A biophysical profile is one of the antepartum fetal surveillance tools done by ultrasound which is used by your doctor to assess if there is uteroplacental insufficiency. Why it is Done? If your pregnancy is high risk like for example if you have either one of these...

APGAR score – How to Calculate and Interpret?

Apgar score is the newborn assessment score. As soon as your baby is born, the midwife will calculate an apgar score of your baby 2 times. At 1st minute and 5th minute. Depend on your baby situation, an additional 10th-minute score might be needed. The 1st-minute...

Neonatal Resuscitation – What are the steps?

Neonatal resuscitation is an emergency procedure to help your baby breathe by itself. It ranges between gentile stimulation and clearing the airway by suctioning to chest compression and drug administration. Luckily, 90% of babies don't need resuscitation to adjust to...

Ectopic Pregnancy – Sign & Symptoms , Diagnosis & Managment

Ectopic pregnancy (Extrauterine pregnancy) is the implantation of a fertilized ovum outside the normal site of the endometrial lining of the uterus. How Common is Ectopic pregnancy? 2% of pregnancy is ectopic (outside uterus lining). And it results in 10% of...

Postpartum Hemorrhage (PPH) – Definition, Risks & Management

Postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) is losing blood (more than expected) after the delivery of the baby.It can be early (primary) or late (secondary). What is Early Postpartum Hemorrhage (Early PPH)? Blood loss of more than 500 ml for vaginal delivery and more than 1000 ml...

Preeclampsia – Symptoms, Complications and Management

Preeclampsia is a multisystem disorder of unknown etiology characterized by the development of hypertension in pregnancy with proteinuria (protein in urine) after the 20th week in previously normotensive and proteinuric women. Hypertension in pregnancy is defined as...

Hypertension In Pregnancy – How to Differentiate 4 Types?

Hypertension in pregnancy is defined as BP > or = 140/90 mmHg measure 2 times with at least a 6 hr interval Within 7 days. Or > or = 160/110 mmHg measured even 1 time. How Do We Measure BP? Proper BP measurement includes these things. Void full bladder - to...

Cesarean Section – Indications, Types & Complicatons

Cesarean section is the delivery of a viable fetus through an abdominal incision and uterine incision. according to WHO it accounts for 10-15% of all deliveries. It is the most common operative delivery in the world. it significantly increases globally due to...

Diabetes Mellitus Patients Should Know These 5 Things

Diabetes Mellitus is an endocrine disorder where your body can’t produce insulin or/and is sensitive to your body. Diabetic is the most common endocrine disorder. So if you recently diagnosed with diabetes, these are 5 things about diabetics you should know. Science...

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