10th Nursing Caption Contest - Win $100

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    Participate in our new Caption Contest!

    Good afternoon nurses - Your mission, should you choose to accept it, involves coming up with the winning caption to the cartoon below. You may submit as many captions as you wish. You have 1 week to achieve your objective.

    The winner gets $100!




    Caption Contest Rules

    To qualify for the prize money and fame, your caption must be posted here in this thread on allnurses.com.

    A poll will appear next week so you can help us select the winner from the top 8 submitted captions.

    Everyone is allowed to participate! Join allnurses.com! It's Free!

    Share and tell your friends, family, and co-workers to join the fun!

    Don't forget to click LIKE.

    UPDATE: We have chosen the top 8 captions.

    Vote for your favorite - Top 8 Captions - Help select winner in 10th Nursing Caption Contest
    Last edit by Joe V on Oct 12, '12
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  2. 343 Comments...

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    I'm guessing someone forgot to turn the suction on for that SBO patient.
    Last edit by Joe V on Sep 24, '12
    leslie :-D likes this.
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    "so , how would you describe the color and amount of your sinus drainage?"......
    NRSKarenRN, SopranoKris, NBSAlvarez, and 6 others like this.
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    you're having a meltdown, mr. boogeyman.
    i'll notify the psych unit.

    leslie
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    "I told you pediatrics was not the place for you."
    Ellisjc0507 and KelRN215 like this.
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    I told you to keep the emesis basin close...
    Last edit by Joe V on Sep 24, '12
    martinalpn likes this.
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    Let me get someone to help you.
    Last edit by Joe V on Sep 24, '12
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    What makes you think the patient is nauseated?
    nyteshade, KelRN215, Kandy83, and 5 others like this.
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    I need to learn kun-fu to avoid secretions when I'm doing suctions to patients...
    Last edit by IamYuina on Sep 24, '12
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    "The next time you suction my patient I'll make sure I won't be at your back"


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