Can you imagine having Spiderman as a patient?

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    With the Spiderman movie coming out next week I thought it would be great to poke fun at Spiderman.

    Do you have any nursing Spiderman jokes to share?


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    Last edit by Joe V on Jul 13, '12
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    brian has '18+' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'CCU, Geriatrics, Critical Care, Tele'. From 'Minnesota'; Joined Mar '98; Posts: 15,262; Likes: 16,098. You can follow brian on My Website

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  4. Visit  GitanoRN} profile page
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    i recall having pt's in psych ward with this same behavior it was a nightmare but a lesson non the less~
  5. Visit  Whispera} profile page
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    Gitano, you had patients who could stick to the ceiling! Wow!
    Yownyown, timmedico, and Candyn like this.
  6. Visit  GitanoRN} profile page
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    trust me, one of them climb to the light fixture on the ceiling by placing a table & chair and wouldn't come down until we all bow to him since he claim to be "king juan carlos"
    mcdebb, KelRN215, ARCTX85, and 10 others like this.
  7. Visit  Always_Learning} profile page
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    Quote from gitanorn
    trust me, one of them climb to the light fixture on the ceiling by placing a table & chair and wouldn't come down until we all bow to him since he claim to be "king juan carlos"
    rofl!
  8. Visit  NF_eyenurse} profile page
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    It would be very hard to do a nursing assessment on Spiderman. Can't feel the skin, I imagine skin turgor woud be good since he is so young and agile. Hmmm...can't see his eyes. I don't think I would want to check grip strength as he may accidentally break my fingers. How would I document the "secretions" coming out of his wrists? And would the neuro assessment be normal since his "Spidey senses" tingle at times.

    He would be handy to do household chores though.

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  9. Visit  Lynx25} profile page
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    Quote from nursefrances
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    He would be handy to do household chores though.

    ...he's going to leave webs ALL over the house. D:
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    Quote from nursefrances


    too funny your cartoon... aloha~
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  11. Visit  sauconyrunner} profile page
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    OMG going to be me trying to give flu shots...
  12. Visit  threebrats46} profile page
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    I remember during pediatric clinicals I had a little spiderman climb over the rails on the beds that almost reached the ceiling..I decided that day not to go into Peds..lol
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    Quote from Lynx25
    ...he's going to leave webs ALL over the house. D:
    Good one.
  14. Visit  2ndtakerimmigrant} profile page
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    LOL!!!
  15. Visit  nerdtonurse?} profile page
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    I haven't had Spiderman, but I've had the incredible Hulk, Houdini (4 point restraints, and somehow got her feet lose and when we went in, she was sitting with her back to the foot of the bed, arms twisted behind her, and trying to "cow kick" the head of the bed lose), assorted "Presidents" and people who had been "chipped" by the CIA, wanted by the CIA, in the CIA, jonesing completely about the CIA, in the "fitness protection program" (all while she's busy trying to eat the fiberfill out of her bra, but ya know, Washington, anything could happen), and at least one that I would swear was demonically possessed. They bring in Spiderman, I'm clocking out and going home!
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