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Joined Feb 12, '04. wooh is a RN & Critter Mama. Posts: 4,987 (74% Liked) Likes: 20,773

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  • Jan 13

    Quote from thelema13
    He picked her up on discharge and demanded the medical directors name and number, screaming he wasnt going to pay the bill and that he was going to get us all fired.
    Bahaha! Like he was planning to pay the bill anyway....

  • Dec 31 '17

    Quote from Fiona59
    Just tell me vitals stable. I don't want to know every dose of insulin in the las 24 hors and what they had for snacks, especially if they are going home this morning.

    I do want to know who has crazy spouses.
    This is me. I can find everything in the chart. Tell me what's NOT in the chart. Who has crazy family and who will talk for hours on end so I need to go in with a get-away plan.

    And it would be nice if people would accept report the same way. It's one thing if you haven't looked in the chart. But if you've spent 45 minutes looking at your charts before you'll let me give your report and I just saw you looking at THAT MD PROGRESS NOTE, don't ask me what THAT MD PROGRESS NOTE said. You can read just as well as I can. And if you can't, why did you waste my time while you were trying to read? Either just let me read it to you, or buy yourself Hooked on Phonics.

  • Dec 18 '17

    Quote from thelema13
    He picked her up on discharge and demanded the medical directors name and number, screaming he wasnt going to pay the bill and that he was going to get us all fired.
    Bahaha! Like he was planning to pay the bill anyway....

  • Dec 15 '17

    Quote from brainkandy87
    I'm starting to think "Johnny1414" is really someone else from these forums that got drunk and thought it would be funny to say absurd things.
    LUV; don't play the stupid game! ER and ICU both work hard!

    If you want to make max money, get an MBA and become a hospital CEO.

  • Nov 27 '17

    Quote from NurseJeeper
    You record the ventilator alarm and set it as your text alert, just to watch your friends that are nurses reactions when not at work.
    That's pure evil there!

  • Nov 21 '17

    Quote from Sweet_Wild_Rose
    Especially if they're already anesthetized. Most people who are awake (in my experience) ask about the red band and what it's for.
    And not all facilities use a red band.

  • Nov 21 '17

    Quote from TakeTwoAspirin
    I'm sorry, but why would a JW patient consent to be type/crossed/screened if they knew they were going to refuse transfusion?
    It's not like the average patient knows this tube is going to be a CBC, that tube is a CMP, and THAT tube is a type and cross...

  • Nov 16 '17

    Quote from LilyBlue
    I have been a nurse for long enough now to know that for me personally, black and white are rare shades in the world of nursing.
    Absolutely. I've learned to absolutely NEVER say "never." It would be rare that I'd go for it, but I'm not going to say I never would because it seems there's been times that it has worked. I have to agree that if "pain is what the patient says it is" then relief is that as well. And if some normal saline or a sugar pill is working, then who am I to question it. And if it doesn't work, well, there's times that "real" drugs don't work either.

  • Nov 16 '17

    I love when they request another nurse. Someone else gets the distinct privilege of dealing with their crazy butt instead of me. Life becomes good again.

  • Nov 16 '17

    Quote from thelema13
    He picked her up on discharge and demanded the medical directors name and number, screaming he wasnt going to pay the bill and that he was going to get us all fired.
    Bahaha! Like he was planning to pay the bill anyway....

  • Nov 16 '17

    I love when they request another nurse. Someone else gets the distinct privilege of dealing with their crazy butt instead of me. Life becomes good again.

  • Nov 14 '17

    Quote from adnrnstudent
    Simply the truth.
    So then why don't you just go to medical school and avoid such difficult assignments?

  • Nov 14 '17

    Quote from mc3
    Yes, but who is the 24 year old going to learn from, when the 50 year old isn't there? Another 24 yr old???
    What's wrong with that, as long as they have plenty of certifications and computer skills?

  • Nov 14 '17

    Quote from Jenni811
    I don't need a nurse who is a new hire who has 10-20 years of experience because they are just as new as i am to that unit. We are learnig the same things and at the same pace.
    So you think the only thing you'll learn over the next 10-20 years is how to work on your unit? Not a single bit of experience that would carry over to being a better nurse somewhere else?

    I better quit calling my mom for advice. After all, she's never lived in the state that I live in, so what would she know about life...

  • Nov 7 '17

    Why do nurses wash their hands at work? They're just going to get dirty again...


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