Yes, this is another of those threads about getting report.
I just got frustrated last night coz this nurse was supposed to give me report and all she told me was a couple of things like age, MD and then she got distracted by something and did not come back.
Well, It turned out she left without telling me stuff like she had T&C 2 units of PRBCs on one of my patients, another had K of 2.8 and the other was out for an appointment. So I go to do my init. assessments on these people and find blood hanging, K bag hanging on IV pole but not running (why? why not? etc..) and shock shock! my patient's room is empty but no info as to status.
I don't expect to get the whole patient's chart, but some things just need to be told in report.
That's the end of my vent.