Whoa, at the LTC where I work I have 50 (count 'em 50) residents at night with the supposed staffing of me, and three STNA's, though usually only two. Since I'm the only RN in the building I also cover IV's and such on the other 50 bed wing for the LPN over there. After a med pass to my residents which takes almost 2 hours, all the tube feeds, routine checks of the glucometers, medication returns, etc. not including charting, neuro checks on any falls, V/S's on any resident receiving antibiotics, incidents reports, preparing transport reports for our many dialysis patients, then my second med pass. Oh, I forgot treatments, drsg changes, wound vac checks, I'm lucky to get a potty break. If they add another form to check off, say, hourly check marks on 50 patients that's 400 meaningless check marks that will take even more time, I will then GIVE UP.