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Most disgusting thing you have witnessed or taken part of on the job?

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although disgusting, funny about the room mate.

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Aneroo is a LPN and specializes in Cath Lab, OR, CPHN/SN, ER.

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Ron White

Thanks! I knew white was in the name, but otherwise I was drawing a total blank!

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meluhn has 16 years experience and specializes in acute rehab, med surg, LTC, peds, home c.

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Why would a doctor ask how a couple has sex? A little inappropriate don't you think? That entire story was deeply disturbing from start to finish.

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meluhn has 16 years experience and specializes in acute rehab, med surg, LTC, peds, home c.

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When I worked in cardiovascular surgery we were prepping a patient for open heart and I lifted up the folds of her belly and found a moldy sandwich... I was actually gagging... Yuck...

We should compile the top 10 grossest stories. That is sick. I am nominating that one for top 10.

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meluhn has 16 years experience and specializes in acute rehab, med surg, LTC, peds, home c.

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I cant top any of these, all I have had are messy code browns, nasty decubs, lice, scabbies and bloody code stories. Now I feel like a noob.

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These stories are utterly gross...disturbing...buy laugh out loud funny. Thanks.

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Hey, what do you mean "she was palliative"?

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Hey, what do you mean "she was palliative"?

comfort care.

leslie

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yes, i asked the other because it sounds like he uses it out of context.

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Hey, what do you mean "she was palliative"?

yes, i asked the other because it sounds like he uses it out of context.

We had this lady a few weeks ago who had one of those mucous secreting uterine tumours. She was palliative but needed to have the mucous removed because she looked as though she was 8 months pregnant and it was causing her severe discomfort.

So she had a laparotomy and we removed the stuff by the bucket load. It was one of the most disgusting things I've ever seen.

device, are you talking about scrubby's post?

she is the only one who mentioned palliative...

and this pt sounds perfectly appropriate for comfort measures.

just wondering.

leslie

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johnst10 has 25 years experience and specializes in Pain mgmt, PCU.

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"I remember having to manually disimpact an elderly lady who hadn't had a bowel movement for 2 weeks. It really did seem more like I was helping her deliver a baby. It was the biggest poop I'd ever seen. In addition her roomate could hear what was going on, and kept yelling out "puuuuuuush".

I am rolling on the floor!!!!:hhmth:

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