When we were younger new flegling nurses :D - page 4

Following on from a thread we appear to have hijacked regarding nursing many moons ago and how we remember things done. Have started this thead :D Right what I remember when training and... Read More

  1. by   meeko77
    As a nurse in the States, I am intrigued by the idea of cardboard bedpans. Please tell me more.

    And glass IV bottles, we still occasionally use them.
  2. by   Silverdragon102
    Quote from meeko77
    As a nurse in the States, I am intrigued by the idea of cardboard bedpans. Please tell me more.

    And glass IV bottles, we still occasionally use them.
    disposable bed pans made of cardboard and once used put in a machine and ripped to shreds and washed away, really good. Very rare have I used glass IV bottles
  3. by   madwife2002
    Quote from meeko77
    As a nurse in the States, I am intrigued by the idea of cardboard bedpans. Please tell me more.

    And glass IV bottles, we still occasionally use them.

    We call ed the machine

    THE BED PAN MASHER:roll :lol_hitti
  4. by   Silverdragon102
    Quote from madwife2002
    We call ed the machine

    THE BED PAN MASHER:roll :lol_hitti
    :chuckle :lol_hitti

    we had a similar name
  5. by   RGN1
    We call it the grunger!
  6. by   cariad
    after being in quite a few hospitals and seeing how they deal with the lack of the poo eater is intriguing. I cant believe that they have never followed thru with the brits and still expect their nurses to handle bodily waste this way. the american nurses cant grasp the idea of cardboard bedpans and urinals.
  7. by   RGN1
    I can't believe that I'm going to have to go back to the bad old days again when I come to the USA!! NO POO MACHINE AAAURGHHHH!!!
  8. by   XB9S
    our poo masher is always broken or leaking :uhoh21:

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