Just another day right? NOT!

  1. 7 So our usually calm, quiet, and sedate M/S unit is a good place to work. Only real issues tend to be over-narcotic or drug reaction or a fall. Today: Afib RVR/Febrile pre-op/new onset AMS; bedside thoracentesis; accidental chest tube removal; air embolism; and a crumping as we speak....5 different patients all within 45 minutes. wow. I am still trying to debrief. everyone made it though. Still not quite sure how....but we did it! Hooray for med-surg!
  2. Visit  AggieNurse99 profile page

    About AggieNurse99

    AggieNurse99 has '5' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Telemetry, Med/Surg, Infusion'. From 'United Republic of Texas'; 38 Years Old; Joined May '06; Posts: 243; Likes: 153.

    6 Comments so far...

  3. Visit  anotherone profile page
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    there are med surg floors where this isn't a daily occurance!?!?! semi jk!
  4. Visit  Dazglue profile page
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    Sounds like a typical day for me...except I work on SNF unit...with 8-9 patients.
    anotherone and canoehead like this.
  5. Visit  blondy2061h profile page
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    So you have a patient actively "crumping" and you're on allnurses?!?! Hope your shift gets better!
    sapphire18 likes this.
  6. Visit  N1colina profile page
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    Quote from Dazglue
    Sounds like a typical day for me...except I work on SNF unit...with 8-9 patients.
    Does SNF stand for something other than skilled nursing facility? Or is that where you mean?
  7. Visit  NurseDirtyBird profile page
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    What kind of SNF only gives you 8-9 patients?! Sign me up! I have at least 18!
  8. Visit  N1colina profile page
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    Quote from NurseDirtyBird
    What kind of SNF only gives you 8-9 patients?! Sign me up! I have at least 18!
    That's what I'm saying! I've always had at least 20... That's why I'm wondering if SNF stood for something other than skilled nursing facility...


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