You know you're a neuro nurse if..... - page 2
I was inspired by the looonngggg "you know you're a nurse if..." thread on the Nursing Humor forum, and thought we could do one based on our specialty. Here's a few I came up with and please feel free to add on! You know... Read More
- 1May 15, '04 by nursemikeQuote from elkparkHad Anatomy with an EMT for a lab partner. We just don't see most of the gunshots to the head, only the ones that don't work. Not that I'm recommending it.:chuckle Not neuro, but in the neighborhood: I've spent years trying to convince the rest of the psych nursing community that we should develop a series of Public Service Announcements for TV and radio on "Ways You Should Not Bother Trying to Kill Yourself, Because They Won't Work" ...
I start my psych rotation Monday. Hope it isn't horrible. Do look forward to seeing my friends in EMT, though. Most should be due for a little "rest".Last edit by nursemike? on May 15, '04
- 2May 16, '04 by ksfrn66When the staff are flipping coins to see who gets the next GSW to head or post-op craniotomy.....!!
Neurosurgeon asks 2d post-op crani for occipital tumor how many fingers he (the surgeon) has. Guy pauses, then says, "I reckon you have 8 fingers and 2 thumbs". Neurosurgeon, of course, did not appreciate the humor in it...:angryfire
Only in West by golly Virginia...............LOL
- 0May 17, '04 by ElenasterYou guys are killing me!
Thanks for the laughs! I just finished up three days in a row with one little man that was "pleasantly confused" (i.e. crazy) and a MICU trainwreck with the most wacko mother I've ever encountered.
Makes me appreciate the humor all that much more!!!
- 3May 17, '04 by gwenithYou know that a "floor bed" does NOT refer to an empty bed somewhere in your ward. And you DO believe in them - you do you do!!!
You believe that there are patients who look on bed rails the same way that Hilary looked on Everest and with the same determination.
Bed rails just give them extra height to fall from.
Houdini had nothing on a Little old Lady with a chronic subdural!!!
When it comes to restraints some patients actually need to be superglued to the mattress and THEN they would still manage to escape!!!Last edit by gwenith on May 17, '04