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  • May 24

    Well, I'm an agnostic hospice nurse in the buckle on the Bible Belt. My first few weeks were mind boggling to me but then, so were my first few weeks in a hospital in this area.

    I sile and say, "Bless your heart" a lot.

  • May 1

    I certainly don't force meds into someone's mouth. Leave and reapproach and when she has forgotten about meds, when nourishments are being given out, crush it very finely and put it into her snack. We have one lady who gets them in her tea - we snag it from the cart before she knows it's come.

  • Apr 30

    I sneak the med into ice cream or something the resident likes.

  • Apr 19

    A naked corpse was found and the cops knew she was a nurse. Her stomach was empty, her bladder was full, and her ass was chewed.

  • Apr 19

    A naked corpse was found and the cops knew she was a nurse. Her stomach was empty, her bladder was full, and her ass was chewed.

  • Apr 9

    Quote from sziq1
    I don't know what you guys do in the nursing homes but I would rather not have my patient sitting in urine for days on end while it is breaking down her skin. Maybe that is why we get people from nursing homes that have terrible skin breakdown all the time...
    Yeah, you nailed us. We don't mind if they sit in their urine for days on end while their skin breaks down.

  • Jan 7

    I was laughing so hard reading this! I've worked LTC and I can visualize the whole thing!

    :rofl:

  • Dec 31 '16

    Quote from Jolie
    If labor is not an option, then a partial birth abortion isn't an option, either, as it involves laboring, albeit to a lesser dilation than an intact vaginal delivery. And if an operative delivery is indicated, there is still no benefit to the mother's life or health to destroy the baby in the process.
    A lesser dilation means less trauma to the mother. And operative delivery of a fetus c severe hydrocephaly requires more invasive surgery than otherwise.

    Quote from Jolie
    While I understand the the life of a crashing mother is of primary importance, it is beyond my comprehension that a breathing baby would be left to die in an OR basin.
    No one has even hinted that a live baby was left in a basin, ever.

    It astonishes me that those who decide to oppose one procedure with which they have no personal experience can so carefully and completely ignore or distort the input of those who do.

  • Dec 18 '16

    Fine, Katja. You disagree.

  • Nov 2 '16

    Quote from VivaLasViejas
    And as terrible as it sounds, all I could think of was how fortunate it was for society that this character had rendered himself permanently incapable of producing offspring........you just can't fix that kind of stupid. Yanno?
    He qualifies for a Darwin Award, to those who removed themselves from the gene pool by an incredible act of stupidity that either kills them or renders them incapable of reproduction.

    http://darwinawards.com/

  • Oct 31 '16

    Quote from rn_nxt_dr
    This is criminal and they have to be punished.
    Whoa, whoa, whoa!

    The residents need their meds.

    The nurses should be ordering meds on time.

    Meds are being "borrowed" to take care of the residents.

    There's a system problem here, and, while this is illegal, it is far from criminal in the way you are using it. Start getting meds ordered on time.

  • Oct 25 '16

    HA!

    Yesterday all of the kiddies were in entertaining the folks with their costumes when a resident was discovered stone. cold. dead. TRICK OR TREAT!

    They waited until the kids were gone to call for the hearse.

  • Oct 22 '16

    As I've said before, I'm an atheist and I often wear skirts and dresses.

    Patients LOVE to see a nurse in a skirt. Especially in white.

  • Oct 11 '16

    Quote from rn_nxt_dr
    This is criminal and they have to be punished.
    Whoa, whoa, whoa!

    The residents need their meds.

    The nurses should be ordering meds on time.

    Meds are being "borrowed" to take care of the residents.

    There's a system problem here, and, while this is illegal, it is far from criminal in the way you are using it. Start getting meds ordered on time.

  • Sep 9 '16

    Quote from FLArn
    The Hardest part of the LTC med pass for me always was running to the supply closet when I found the empty bottle of test strips, ... then to replace the tylenol bottle with 1 tab in it, etc., etc......:selfbonk:
    It infuriates me when I follow someone that inconsiderate. I always make sure the cart is stocked and NEAT for the next person.


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