miércoles, 10 de mayo de 2017

Feliz Día de las Madres / Happy Mothers Day,

Mayo 10, 2017. No. 2684



Estimad@ Dr@ Víctor Valdés:  


Feliz dia de las madres
Las mujeres que son profesionistas en al aérea de la atención a la salud y a la vez son madres cumplen una doble meta de vida que no es nada fácil de alcanzar: la de velar por la salud de sus pacientes y de sus seres queridos, si bien a estos últimos habrán de darles el amor de madre que implica toda una vida de atenciones especiales; desde concebirlos, traerlos al mundo, cuidarlos, educarlos y llenarlos de mimos sin importar si son niños o adultos.
Esta dualidad la llevan en su corazón y en su cerebro cada momento de su atareada vida y es por ello que Anestesiología y Medicina del Dolor se complace en FELICITARLAS este día de la Madres y cada día de su vida. Gracias por ser Madres y nuestro reconocimiento por su dedicada labor como profesionistas en el área de la atención a la salud de cada uno de sus pacientes.
Women who are professionals in health care and at the same time mothers are fulfilling a double goal of life that is not easy to achieve: that of ensuring the health of their patients and their loved ones, although the latter must give them the love of a mother that implies a lifetime of special attentions; From conceiving them, bringing them into the world, taking care of them, educating them and filling them with pampering regardless of whether they are children or adults.
This duality is carried in their heart and brain every moment of their busy life and that is why Anestesiología y Medicina del Dolor is pleased to congratulate you on this day of the Mothers and every day of your life. Thank you for being Mothers and our recognition for your dedicated work as professionals in the area of health care for each of your patients.
As mulheres que são profissionais no ar de cuidados de saúde e ainda são mães têm um objetivo dual da vida não é fácil de conseguir: para garantir a saúde de seus pacientes e seus entes queridos, mas este último terá de dar o amor de mãe que envolve uma vida de cuidados especiais; de conceber, trazendo-os para o mundo, cuidar deles, educá-los e enchê-los mimos se são crianças ou adultos.
Esta dualidade transportar no seu coração e no seu cérebro cada momento de sua vida agitada e por isso Anestesiologia e Dor Medicina tem o prazer de felicitar este dia das mães e todos os dias de sua vida. Obrigado por ser mães e nosso apreço por seu trabalho dedicado como profissionais na área dos cuidados de saúde em cada um de seus pacientes.

Nina Braunwald: Una pionera en cirugía cardiaca
Nina Braunwald: A Female Pioneer in Cardiac Surgery.
Tex Heart Inst J. 2017 Apr 1;44(2):96-100. doi: 10.14503/THIJ-16-6048. eCollection 2017 Apr.
Abstract
Nina Starr Braunwald, the first female cardiac surgeon, made headlines during a time when almost all specialty surgeons were men. Women have typically been deterred from entering surgical specialties, in part because of their traditional dual burden of managing their households and careers. Instead, female medical students and junior doctors have tended to be more attracted to medical specialties. This was the reality during Dr. Braunwald's venture into medicine in 1949. However, she never allowed negative ideas to keep her from joining a surgical training program. Under the mentorship of the prominent cardiac surgeons Charles Hufnagel and Andrew Morrow, Dr. Braunwald progressed in her career by conducting research that led to her development and implantation of the first prosthetic mitral valve. She was also a great teacher. Dr. Braunwald balanced her personal and professional activities admirably, and her example still inspires female doctors to consider careers in cardiothoracic surgery. In this report, we provide details of her impact on cardiac surgery and insights into her successes.
KEYWORDS: Braunwald NS; United States; cardiac surgical procedures/history; heart valve prosthesis/history; heart-lung machine; history, 20th century; physicians, women/history; thoracic surgery/history

Historia de la medicina e historia de las mujeres
Teresa Ortiz Gómez
Universidad de Granada, España
La mujer en la medicina. Una historia clínica de misoginia
Salvador Rosales y de Gante, José Gaspar Rodolfo Cortés Riveroll, Domingo Pérez González
Clío, 2004, Nueva Época, vol. 3, núm. 3

Aportaciones de la mujer a la medicina
Leticia Rodríguez-Pimentel, Rodolfo Silva-Romo
Gac Méd Méx Vol. 139 No. 6, 2003
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