I vividly remembered a case that touched the bottom of my heart when I was a nursing student posted in ICU.
It was at 3am that the patient, a young gentleman man with cardiac monitoring, was sent to us. Sitting in high fowler, breathing via nasal prong and on infusion amiodarone running through the peripheral vein, he seemed to be alert and conscious.
“One, two, three!” As soon as the staff counted, we shifted him from the HDU bed to our bed. He chuckled to see us, young ladies... Read More →