My dear husband sent this to me.......
ALL MIXED UP
Two doctors were in a hospital one day complaining about Nurse Cindy. "She's incredibly mixed up," said one doctor. "She does everything absolutely backwards."
"Just last week I told her to give a patient 2 milligrams of morphine every 10 hours. She gave him 10 milligrams every 2 hours. He damn near died on us."
The second doctor said, "That's nothing. Earlier this week, I told her to give a patient an enema every 24 hours. She tried to give him 24 enemas in one hour! The guy damn near exploded."
Suddenly,they hear this blood-curdling scream from down the hall. "Oh my God!" said the first doctor, "I just realized I told Nurse Cindy to prick Mr. Smith's boil."
Sep 30, '07
Hi Everyone! I have started as a Volunteer Nurse last week in one of the hospitals here in our province. The chief nurse has assigned me to medicine ward but I wanted to be transfered to the ER..I really Find ER as one of the most interesting and challenging areas in the hospital...As a Novice in the field, what should I do? what are the things That I have to remember by heart so that I will be competent in the area that I have chosen..on the other hand, I'm also interested In Critical Care Nursing, do you think being assigned in the ICU Is also good?
Last edit by honeyko247 on Sep 30, '07
: Reason: wrong spelling
Sep 30, '07
True knowledge exists in knowing that you don't know nothing. And in knowing that you don't know nothing, that makes you the smartest of all..