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Until a patient is prescribed a certain drug, no one looks at his medical history about the presence of a drug allergy in this patient.
The dissatisfaction after the loss of a patient lasts much longer than the joy of saving him.
The fact that the patient is doing well does not prove that your diagnosis was correct.
Whatever troubles arise, there is always a colleague who knew that it would be so.
Extreme treatments are best suited for extreme illnesses.
On Friday after 4:40 pm, no treatment procedure can be performed properly.
1. Always strive to look awfully important.
2. Speak with authority and authority; state, however, only the obvious and proven facts.
3. Listen carefully while others argue and discuss the problem. Then pounce on some small blunder or a trivial statement to bury your opponents with it.
4. If a subordinate asks you a substantive question, look at him as if he is crazy. When he gets confused, rephrase his question and re-pass it to him.
5. When leaving the office, move at a fast pace - this keeps questions from subordinates to a minimum.
6. Always keep your office door closed. This puts visitors in the position of petitioners, and at the same time makes everyone think that you are always busy at an important meeting or meeting.
If in doubt, wash yourself.
Wear your uniform and the role will play itself.
Whatever happens, pretend it was intended that way.
Whatever bad happens, it will most likely appear normal afterwards.
The main thing is to do no harm.
For complex cases, there are simple and easy to understand wrong solutions.
The doctor has the opportunity to bury his mistakes, but the architect can only advise his clients to put ivy on the facade.
Often the mistake is more significant than the right step.
Many of the common illnesses are nothing more than expressions of severe dissatisfaction with life.
The art of healing exists for the purpose of entertaining and amusing the patient while his body is healed of the disease.