I won't even go there. Let's just say I kept a 'dead' person alive for 8 hours "for the family" so they had time to adjust (according to the doc). Drips and machines of every kind, emptying out the blood bank, and every possible alarm ... well, alarming.
I WILL tell you about a dream I had the other night. Now, I -never- dream about work, but in this one, I came into work and was given my assignment - it was a patient who just had open heart surgery ... four bypasses ... and it was the DPRK's, North Korea's very own Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Il. Now what the heck is he doing in the USA, yet alone in our little hospital, getting OHS by Dr. Q and most importantly ... why is this MY assignment???
As you an imagine the press was everywhere, and to boot he was not doing well.
He had this wicked tachy-brady rhythm that we could not fix, so off to the E.P. lab he went for RF ablation, or who knows what. Unfortunately for him, but fortunately for me ... he did not return but now we had a BIG problem of INTERNATIONAL proportions!!
That's when i woke up and had to pee. Hope they don't nuke our little town.