2 questions, most "medical" and most "positive" field

  1. first question is which is the most medical field out there? I mean, which field would you have to really apply knowledge?

    and second, which is the most positive field? Meaning which is the field where they leave feeling better instead of a bodybag? Ive been told orthopedic surgery, is this true?

    I apologize for such rookie questions
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  2. 25 Comments

  3. by   shygirl
    1. Forensic medicine
    2. Relaxation therapist

    These are just my opinions.
  4. by   joenp
    anyone who works in a free clinic without any resources would be the response to both of your questions. We have to use our skills and not rely on tests which we do not have access to. I think that a job well done is a reward in itself. I have been amazed at how well I can do with only using my wits and my nursing skills. joenp
  5. by   valk
    1. endocrinology
    2. cosmetic surgery
  6. by   shygirl
    Originally posted by valk
    1. endocrinology
    2. cosmetic surgery
    I change my mind. I like this answer better. Hope you don't mind my being a 'copycat'?
  7. by   OBNURSEHEATHER
    Originally posted by valk
    1. endocrinology
    2. cosmetic surgery
    I don't know.... you'd be surprised how much pain those people leave in immediately after surgery. I mean, yeah, they're alive and they got bigger hooters, but everyone I know that has had plastic surgery says no one would ever believe the pain.

    Heather
  8. by   RyanRN
    1. Emergency Dept.

    2. Labor and Delivery

    ps. come one OBNH I heard you've a pair of double D's so you Know how much it hurt, tell the truth! LOL
  9. by   OBNURSEHEATHER
    Originally posted by RyanRN
    1. Emergency Dept.

    2. Labor and Delivery

    ps. come one OBNH I heard you've a pair of double D's so you Know how much it hurt, tell the truth! LOL
    First of all Ryan, L&D is not the most positive field. It is a happy time in most people's lives, but when it's bad, it's horrible.

    And who told you I had double D's? Whoever looked at this chest and saw double D's, well, I need to marry them!

    I did in fact research getting myself a set of double D's, but that's the closest I came...

    Heather
  10. by   valk
    Heather,
    I know they are in pain for a while, but many are happy with the results and some keep going back for more.
    ...Michael Jackson.
    ...bride of Wildenstein

    My rules for cosmetic surgery

    1. Your breasts should never be bigger than your head.
    2. Your nose should be big enough to breathe through.
    3. Know when to say when, more is not always better


    Last edit by valk on Aug 7, '02
  11. by   kmchugh
    In response to the two questions, my answers, based on my experience:

    1. Nurse Anesthetist (if done right).
    2. Nurse Anesthetist (if done right).

    Kevin McHugh
  12. by   RyanRN
    Okay , I admit it, it was projection, wishful thinking. I only WISH I had the DD's However, the older I get the more southern these beauties go! I'd be tripping on the D's belong long for sure!
  13. by   teeituptom
    Howdy yall
    from deep in the heat of texas


    I think ER is demanding knowledge wise. Got to be a jack and master of all trades there.


    and I dont remember who brought it up. but Double Ds. I personally dont like them thataway. Whats that old saying the bigger they are the harder they fall, scares the heck out of me.

    Just one more item. Nurse gigolo 69, you ought to really consider changing that name. Im not really a prude,,,,, BUT
    Nuff said



    doo wah ditty
  14. by   nurse_gigolo69
    Originally posted by teeituptom

    Just one more item. Nurse gigolo 69, you ought to really consider changing that name. Im not really a prude,,,,, BUT
    Nuff said



    get over it, its just a name...sheesh

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