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White Lady

By akoysadiyos - As a nurse in a big and prestigious university hospital in our country and who has been in the nursing profession for almost two decades, I have already experienced dealing with all sorts of patients. The following incident is the most memorable of all my experiences because everytime it crosses... Read More

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Funny Nursing-related story

By stacey2275 - :imbarI vividly remember a particular episode in nursing school which happened during our clinical rotation. We were at the very beginning in the medical-surgical portion and getting our first hands-on experience with inserting urinary catheters. After rounding up a list of patients who needed... Read More

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The Vaudeville Suturing Experience

By aknottedyarn - Many years ago I worked in a small rural hospital that had had more than its share of motorcycle accidents one summer. I normally worked critical care but would occasionally work in the ER if it was busy. On this evening we got a call that an ambulance was bringing in yet another of the... Read More

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My funny experience gaining experience with a "great learning opportunity"- SOAP SUDS

By vadushkas_nurse - As a new student, I was always eager to gain EXPERIENCE....:nurse: Opportunities to practice skills often came in waves with proclaimed “learning opportunity” attached to tasks that others didn’t want to do. I was ok with this approach because I really wanted to learn and help out. So the days... Read More

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Late Preterm Infants (Part 2) - Hyperbilirubinemia

By Elvish - This next entry deals with hyperbilirubinemia and jaundice in the late preterm infant. Just to recap, late preterm as defined by AWHONN is an infant born between 34 and 36 completed weeks' gestation. During the antenatal period, fetal hemoglobin levels are necessarily higher than postnatal.... Read More

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The Case Of The Missing Dentures

By vadushkas_nurse - My funny nursing experience occurred a few years ago when I was a new grad. I had been working in the ER fulltime and was on one of many long and dreaded night shifts. One of my patients was an older gentleman from a nursing home. During my initial assessment I went to introduce myself and check on... Read More

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Misadventure in a Maternity Hospital

By gingerbreadman0214 - Warning: Contains events not suitable for those with a brainstem vomition center that’s easily excitable (whatever). Misadventure in a Maternity Hospital. There is probably no maternity hospital that is as busy as the one I went to during training. It’s jam-packed with patients and it’s like a... Read More

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Be Kind to Co-workers, Or Else

By aknottedyarn - Early in my career, almost just out of school, I was working in CCU, directly across the hall from a woman who had been admitted following a stroke that had left her with some dementia. To tell the truth, I don’t know if she had dementia prior to the stroke. Certainly after this stroke she had... Read More

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Me and Mr. Smith and Waffles

By dianah - "I'm not hungry today," he growled, the corners of his mouth turned down, as I entered his room. He lay in bed in his wrinkled white hospital gown, surrounded by rumpled sheets. He was assigned an isolation room for a post-CABG sternum infection. But this was no ordinary infection. Mr. Smith... Read More

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Drool Nurse & the Lesson He learned

By gingerbreadman0214 - It was a usual week in the Cancer ward for a senior nursing student like me undergoing clinical rotations. It was still early in the curriculum year, so I still have the initial excitement and zeal:rolleyes: in me to do my duties as a health care provider. Not to brag, but I was often praised for... Read More

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Caught with his pants down :)

By hfdguy - I recently graduated from LPN school here in Connecticut, and I'll never forget the experience. I was one of 6 men who started the class, and one of 3 who graduated. Along the way, there were many hardships, trials, and funny moments. But the one moment I will always remember happened on our... Read More

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And whatever you do.... DON'T.. FALL... ASLEEP

By NurseCard - for one year, i worked the night shift on an adult acute psychiatric unit, in a state hospital. actually, i worked night shift and night shift only, for nine months. for the remaining three months, i worked evening and night shifts. two sixteen-hour shifts a week. the evening shift... Read More

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The Hair Not There

By LatteGuzzler - Bustling out from another freshly finished triage encounter, I spin a corner and position myself in my chair, prepared to triage my next patient. I look at the little boy, about 4 years old, seated in his mother's lap. Next to him on a chair is his 7 year old brother. As I ask his mother what... Read More

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Misadventure in The Hospital of Infectious Diseases

By gingerbreadman0214 - Warning: Contains events not suitable for those with a brainstem vomition center that’s easily excitable (whatever). Misadventure in The Hospital of Infectious Diseases. If I remember correctly, this government-owned charity institution I was in had more than 10 wards... Read More

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Misadventure in the Psychiatric Disease Department

By gingerbreadman0214 - Warning: Contains events not suitable for those with a brainstem vomition center that’s easily excitable (whatever). Misadventure in the Psychiatric Disease Department. Being the neophyte, I really have to expect having to be the one who’d do the most odd of jobs. First day training in the... Read More

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Misadventures in Nursing

By gingerbreadman0214 - Warning: Contains events not suitable for those with a brainstem vomition center that’s easily excitable (whatever). :p Heh heh…I never knew I’d have the chance to share the funny experiences I had during my training days this way. I usually only have my family and... Read More

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Fixodent or Forget it!

By NurseAlwaysNForever - I sat down to read Allnurses yesterday evening at about 6pm. My fellow co-worker called to tell me she had received a call on a patient with excessive secretions at a nursing home 2 blocks from my house. I offered to go, she said she was already on the way. I told her to pick me up and I... Read More

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How quickly we forget.

By lemonaidangel - Today as I was sitting in the hallway during our lunch break, studying for my med surg test that was going to be taking place in less than 30 minutes, I could not help but overhearing the conversations of the group of freshmen a few feet away. They were cramming for pharmacology, and very anxiously... Read More


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