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- Mar 29, '12 by Epic_RNNight shift: "We attempted to straight cath her 4 times with no urine resulting; however, bladder scan shows 788 ml of fluid."
At next change of shift: "We straight cathed into the correct orifice and drained 1000 ml of urine."
- Mar 29, '12 by hey_suzIf you accompanied your wife to a doc appointment where she found out that you had given her chlamydia, why did you then go to the ER to get tested? And, I really hope they got the result via urethral swab, rather than letting you get away with just whizzing into a cup.
- Mar 29, '12 by BrannrayQuote from CuddleswithpuddlesThe label has to be there for a reason, which scares me... lolThe tubing for GT feeds has a huge label on it that says NOT FOR IV.
I wonder if someone out there has made that mistake and that's why that label is there.
- Mar 29, '12 by Aurora77Nursing is one of the few occupations where coming upon a naked guy results not in an "OMG, I'm being flashed" reaction, but a "So, whatcha doing?" The correct answer: "I'm looking for my pants." Um, OK. How about we sit down first?
- Mar 31, '12 by woohIt's quite frustrating to end your day with what should be an easy task and FAILING at it, for example, cathing a BOY and feeling like you hit an old man's prostate....
- Apr 1, '12 by woohQuote from nerdtonurse?Be careful, back in my days as a nursing home CNA, I was trying to get an old lady's dentures out, turns out she didn't wear dentures. 90 something with BEAUTIFUL teeth that I thought had to be fake.What on god's green earth did you use to put in your mom's dentures, super glue? I have got to get these things out before her EGD, and I think I'm going to need a jackhammer and possibly some C-5.