Charting Bloopers - page 41

Found in the History and Physical section of a patient's chart who had experienced visual hallucinations while ill: "Patient vehemently denies any auditory, tactile, or old factory... Read More

  1. by   RyanSofie
    Quote from sunnygirl272
    did you carry out this order?
    Peein my scrubs here...LOLOL
  2. by   SaraO'Hara
    Going to write "clarified" over an order in the MAR... wrote "clarificationified."
  3. by   Jen{NAR}
    I have a couple:

    On a Nar worksheet someone wrote "sitting in the Recylinder" hehe....

    and on the same day one of the very confused patients was on a kick about thinking that they were being killed,etc....but the nar wrote "very, very, angry KILL"....it was a good chuckle....obviously it was a statement of what the patient was really angry about...but it was humorous.
  4. by   d'cm
    just read this one: Allergies: contrast dye, asa, lasix and SELFISH.
  5. by   Ace587RN
    I had a chuckle this morning when the MD drew a rooster in the orders lol
  6. by   JWaldron
    And I love the 'balony amputation' I've seen a couple of times. It fits right in w/ Eurospesis. Gotta love those folks in Admitting. Oh, that's right, it's called 'Patient Access' now, whatever that means.

    Savvy
  7. by   lovenandj, RN
    Pt is currently 15 months pregnant

    (I work in psych )
  8. by   beach_bride514
    I'm only a 2nd semester nursing student, but yesterday at clinical on a patient's chart I saw this.... "Drug Allergies; Ketchup"
    Like I said, I'm still a student so there might be a drug called ketchup that I haven't heard about yet, or something I haven't learned about ketchup. but I got a giggle out of it!
  9. by   osufan1985
    I work at a skilled nursing facility and was helping with an admission when we came across an order written by the MD in the hospital that said "stop smoking or you'll lose your leg" although the intention was probably good the wording made us all laugh really hard.
  10. by   NancyPie
    Quote from ClariceS
    I recently saw a "add 20 mEq Kay Ciel to existing IVF" order also. Maybe these docs were trained at the same place.

    We also had an order recently that to us really brought into question the integrity of the writer. The order was for "1 baked potato p.o. bid". First, where else would a baked potato go and secondly, dietary requests do not need to be written by a doc in the orders sheet!

    [This message has been edited by ClariceS (edited December 27, 2000).]

    That has to be the funniest thing I've read in a long time I laughed so hard i started coughing! D: eep, hope i'm not sick!
  11. by   RescueNinja
    Not a blooper, but it gave us a night full of laughs! I had been off the night before and my preceptor had taken care of my assigned pt. He was shipped to another hospital for a procedure, but we weren't sure if he was coming back to us or not that night so I was reading up in case he did.

    The intensivist wrote: "x year-old pleasant gentleman, previously lady."

    My poor preceptor was thrown for a loop! Apparently the pt had refused to take his pants off, now we knew why!!
  12. by   RescueNinja
    Quote from lovenandj, RN
    Pt is currently 15 months pregnant

    (I work in psych )

    That'll be one heck of a big baby!
  13. by   Meryea
    hey guys, P***y is actually a term used to describe purulent drainage. Learned that last year when i got wound care certified.

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