pt. stroking out nurses do nothing - page 3

administrators note: please note that this users account has been banned, thanks to those who have reported this user. is this correct procedure for a med/surge floor? my patient was having a... Read More

  1. by   Gator,SN
    :roll
    <checks watch> Is it almost time for the all the original posts to be edited? That's the usual M.O
  2. by   OBNURSEHEATHER
    I find it comical that this freak keeps posting under a new name everyday, and while these posts are reported nothing is done.

    But let me type a sluuuurrrrrppppppp......

    Heather
  3. by   Sleepyeyes
    Originally posted by Stargazer
    <checks watch> Is it almost time for the all the original posts to be edited? That's the usual M.O.
    they can be edited, but not the ones that were quoted... which is why I quoted them in their clueless entirety.
  4. by   kids
    Ya know...there is equipment out there that does IP blocking...wonder if Brian has it?
  5. by   caroladybelle
    How does calderone know that the pt is having a CVA - isn't that a medical DX and out of nursing scope.

    Sorry, love, there is much that you are not telling us.

    Last edit by caroladybelle on Jan 10, '03
  6. by   Lausana
    I'm assuming this is yet another made up senerio based on the extensiveness of shows on TLC?
  7. by   l.rae
    Originally posted by Lausana
    I'm assuming this is yet another made up senerio based on the extensiveness of shows on TLC?

    TLC is way above the intelect of this poster......i'm thinking, too many soap operas......
  8. by   baseline
    I think this person is a raging idiot.
  9. by   Lausana
    Originally posted by l.rae
    TLC is way above the intelect of this poster......i'm thinking, too many soap operas......
    :roll
  10. by   sunnygirl272
    dweeee-doooo..dweee-dooooo...intruder alert intruder alert
  11. by   EmeraldNYL
    I agree with Dennie on this one... we are giving this person exactly what they want, and that is attention. IGNORE, IGNORE, IGNORE!!
  12. by   DIPLOMATICRN4HIRE
    Only you can prevent forest fires- Smokey the Bear
    Only God can perform miracles-Mother Tereasa
    Since Im not smokey the bear or God or Mother Teresesa well Other than calling the Dr there is NOTHING anyone can do. Now about your inability to be consistant.... Hmmm that we can do something about..... How many names do ya have and how long have you wanted to be a Nurse? Other than the freak out factor that you have a ton of.... You have the skills and the intel of a gnat. Please tell me that You went to nursing school failed out and are just a scorned lil person with inverted gonads.
    Smiles
    Zoe
  13. by   Jaaaman
    originally posted by calderone76
    administrators note: please note that this users account has been banned, thanks to those who have reported this user.

    is this correct procedure for a med/surge floor? my patient was having a cva, 2 rn's and 2 np's concurrently examined the patient. their way of helping and caring for this patient was to non-chalantly say they would call the doctor when they had a chance and ask him to see said patient when he/she had a chance, and go back to their chit chat. hello!?!?!?!?!?!?! is anyone home!?!?!?!?!?! the patient is in the middle of stroking out. (by the way - completely unresponsive) i thought if anyone suffered a stroke, especially while in a hospital, it meant that you (rn, np, whatever you are) moved your butt (no dnr). was this the correct procedure?

    administrators note: please note that this users account has been banned, thanks to those who have reported this user.
    whatever floats your boat. :zzzzz

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