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Best one sentence handoff report

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emtb2rn has 10 years experience as a BSN, RN, EMT-B and works as a ER RN.

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That Guy has 6 years experience and works as a RN.

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"So this is such and such *GET BACK IN THE BED!!!!!*....any questions?

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sockov works as a ICU/CCU RN.

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Patient been in the unit for months. Report: SAY. Same As Yesterday.

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AnthonyD has 7 years experience and works as a ICU Nurse.

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"No changes. See you in 12 hours."

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ixchel works as a RN.

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"Well there's having mental health issues that you're working on, there's crazy and then there's bat-freaking-shite crazy. He's the third."

Wait just a minute. I put "holy Shi'ite" one day, and that got bleeped. "Shite" is okay? lmao Perhaps this thread is still under the radar.

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CountryMomma works as a Full-time Med-Surg RN (Secret Step Down Unit!).

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"We've switched from passive to active dying. Keep the Ativan and robinul flowing."

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PacoUSA has 7 years experience as a BSN, RN and works as a PCU Nurse.

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"No updates."

Sent from my iPad using allnurses

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I was on the receiving end of: "600 lbs, immobile, constipated, loaded with Colyte just before transfer". It was every single bit as horrible as you can imagine...

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"All your rooms are empty. You should probably go get some KY."

"So and so is back, and still needs his leg chopped off."

I'm sure there are more, but those are the recent ones that I remember.

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WannaBNursey works as a RN.

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Came in with a toothache, we're treating for sepsis.

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ixchel works as a RN.

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Came in with a toothache, we're treating for sepsis.

Crazy when it's like that, isn't it?! Had a guy whose admission reason was like, belly ache, or some random body part, ended up with TPA for a stroke, amputation for loss of blood flow to the leg, sepsis (which he had before he got there) and DKA because he didn't realize diabetes was something you treat outpatient when you're diagnosed with it.

Ummmm you may want to get those things checked out when they show up.

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emtb2rn has 10 years experience as a BSN, RN, EMT-B and works as a ER RN.

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Been a while on this thread, so yesterday i received:

"Lice, scabies, wants to fight".

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Altra works as a staff / charge RN in a teaching hospital - I work .

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Been a while on this thread, so yesterday i received:

"Lice, scabies, wants to fight".

Awesome. Thanks for reviving a great thread.

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