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- Mar 9, '10 by HollyHobbyMy boyfriend and I are BOTH RNs, so any time we watch a show that has anything remotely medical in it, we have to pause it several times so we can argue about what's going on, what the doctors and nurses should do, what they did wrong, how unrealistic it is, and what we'd do in that situation. It can take us two hours to watch a half hour show.
- Mar 15, '10 by nminodobI was watching a Nurse Jackie episode (ok - I was bored) and the "student nurse" pushes 5x the fentanyl that's been ordered, sending the character into a "coma" from which they never think of administering narcan - they just send him to the ICU and put him on a ventilator (he survives unscathed)
- Mar 20, '10 by JBuddI shot bolt upright during Independence Day when they were checking on the scientest by grabbing both carotids at once; (having just finished teaching BLS) and shrieked "NOT BOTH SIDES AT ONCE!". My dh about fell over laughing, told me I was into the movie a little too much. Fortunately we were at home with a DVD. My kids still tease me.
One of the Ice Age movied has the mammoth fall off a cliff, and the little animals run over yelling, "Mannie, Mannie, are you all right?". Took some explaining as to why I was howling with laughter.
- Mar 20, '10 by teeniebertQuote from JBuddhahahahaha!!! "you, call EMS! you, get the defibrillator!"One of the Ice Age movied has the mammoth fall off a cliff, and the little animals run over yelling, "Mannie, Mannie, are you all right?". Took some explaining as to why I was howling with laughter.
- Mar 29, '10 by RADIATION_RNI always crack up when shows like Mercy (I know, I know, it is an awful show about nurses) has one physician who seems to specialize in everything. I work in oncology and I was mad that they had the crazy physician prescribe chemo for one patient while also treating a girl who had an STD down the hall and another neuro patient next door.
- Mar 29, '10 by CoffeemateCNAI was watching an ER rerun the other day and had to scream at my TV when Dr. Clemente was assessing a patient with acute abdominal pain. He started with deep palpation, then light palpation, THEN decided to listen for bowel sounds. I guess no one ever showed him the correct order in which to do an abdominal assessment.