Day in the life of a Doctor – Intensive Care Unit

Violin MD: “Join me for a 26-hour call shift in the intensive care unit (ICU)! Seeing patients during the day with the full medical team and admitting patients from the emergency department at night. Find out what we did when a patient had a collapsed lung and was having trouble breathing!”

What does a Doctor on an Intensive Care Unit do?

All major hospitals will generally have an Intensive Care unit, and it is the job of the doctors in these units to care for their critically ill patients. Treatment usually involves a multidisciplinary team, some common procedures include Intubation, Ventilation, Dialysis.

How can I get into this career?

Below we have 2 links for you to check out depending on where you are based. Both pages have amazing guides on how you can get into the wonderful career of being a doctor.

How to become a doctor in the UK.

How to become a doctor in the US.

At Sculpt Success we love to see day in the lives of loads of different jobs just as much as you guys do. So, if you want to see any type of job, in particular, send us a message on our Contact Page.


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