Tait 26,709 Views
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yeah maybe I should go back to Asia where they don't tend to wipe the back once I get my degree here.
I will try to change all the policies and standards that nurses do have to wipe the back in future
or else I will do something unrelated to wiping. I really see economical benefits towards changing this standard. How come few of current nurses here
don't see these benefits?
I believe the spark can be static electricity from what I am reading.
Thanks for your responses everybody. I'd like to revisit this topic and ask you.....if you had to do it differently with your failed relationships, what would you do differently?
It might not have even been an off day. Doing something different than you would does not necessarily mean wrong.
I often don't call RR when a newer nurse would because I know that everything is being done that can be done. Having an rapid response nurse come to the room won't make what's being done have magical curative powers. If it was your patient and you called RR, great, you did good. Me not calling, it's not bad, it's just different.
Nah. What bugs me is patients who ask for fried chicken after a heart cath.
I try not to look at it
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