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Disgusting job but still keeping a smile

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Brian has 16 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in CCU, Geriatrics, Critical Care, Tele.

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What is all over her? How many creative guesses or ideas can you come up with? post your ideas below!

Nurses, I think we've always had days like this, however, I don't always remember having a smile. 🙂

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Staragate has 5 years experience as a ADN, ASN, RN and specializes in Dialysis.

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Pudding. It must be pudding.

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I hope its pudding but I doubt it

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Jevity! I have looked like that when a feeding tube/machine malfunctioned....and I wasn't smiling!:barf01:

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milk of molasses enema...don't ask...

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question: what is all over her? how many creative guesses or ideas can you come up with? post your ideas below!

nurses, i think we've always had days like this, however, i don't always remember having a smile. :)

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jevity, vomit or feces

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Jevity, Vomit or feces, either way, yuck

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milk of molasses enema...don't ask...

LOL

I don't have to been there done wore the scrubs

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If it were a biological substance wouldn't she stink? Any kind of feeding formula would eventually smell, too. I don't think I'd be walking around whistling a happy tune if I was covered in anything.

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If it were a biological substance wouldn't she stink? Any kind of feeding formula would eventually smell, too. I don't think I'd be walking around whistling a happy tune if I was covered in anything.

Oh I don't know. Haven't you ever had a patient you've been working with forever finally get "unstuck" as it were? Or maybe she has receive a compliment.

I was drowning last week in paperwork, patients, parents, phones and physcians. I felt I was going down for the third time when a parent asked me if I was back in the morning. When I said yes she replied, "Good. 'cause when you're here I don't have to worry about my son. You take such good care of him." I can tell you at that moment, I didn't care what my scrubbed looked like and I probably was grinning like an idiot.

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sharpeimom has 20 years experience and specializes in ortho, hospice volunteer, psych,.

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for me (a former psych nurse) it might have been half digested cheap red wine.:no: :uhoh3:ruined more than one pair of my shoes. nothing nearly as good as fred sanford's champipple.:rolleyes:

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