And I thought you were all joking on the Mockery of Nursing thread... - page 2

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    It will be interesting to find out who's meth set up it was. Was is an employee who hid it in a room of a non alert patient? I find it VERY hard to believe a resident did this.

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    Talk about what has to be done to afford healthcare........
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    Quote from Flare
    the fellow that died was 31 and i was lead by the article to believe he was a resident. Should i assume the guy that died was probably the owner of the meth lab? So assuming he set up a meth lab in his own room will this spring up a new assessment and safety check?

    Trip hazards clears? check
    Bed in a low position? check
    call bell in reach? yup
    any meth labs in the closet? nope, room is set and safe!
    No stuff, I't will likely involve more "paper-works" (typing on the screen) for us.
    tiredbeatupRN likes this.
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    Quote from Aurora77
    I wonder where that falls on the activity calendar--Wednesday is Cook Meth Day. Invite your friends!
    No this would be Meth Social, no such thing as Ice cream social anymore...lol
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    these young people. it's a long, long time since the nuclear med orderly used to go around on payday with his white lab coat pockets stuffed with ounce baggies. what's the world coming to?
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    Quote from Flare
    the fellow that died was 31 and i was lead by the article to believe he was a resident. Should i assume the guy that died was probably the owner of the meth lab? So assuming he set up a meth lab in his own room will this spring up a new assessment and safety check?

    Trip hazards clears? check
    Bed in a low position? check
    call bell in reach? yup
    any meth labs in the closet? nope, room is set and safe!
    It said he was neither a resident nor an employee. Fell into the "visitor" category.
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    [color=#333333]"the park haven nursing home has only a one-star rating out of five in the 2009-2011 ratings o[color=#333333]f [color=#333333] more than 15,000 u.s. nursing homes from the centers for medicare & medicaid services. state records show park haven was cited for 18 violations last year, including not providing adequate care, the associated press reports."[color=#333333]
    really shocking that this happened there, eh?
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    And I was just laughing @ the posts in The Mockery of Nursing Thread about Meth. I must admit if it were found out to be a CNA/NURSE who ran this lab, I would have fallen on the floor....
    jt43 likes this.
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    needless to say, this is taking nursing to another level
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    Zowie...and my consultant was worried that we were mixing milk shakes on the nursing units without a written policy!
    Vespertinas, whichone'spink, Epic_RN, and 1 other like this.


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