Out of curiosity, what is everyones experience with R.N.s/CSTs who work in the same rooms, doing the same surgeries, day after day? I have no problems with people liking a certain specialty more than others, but it goes up my butt sideways when someone says "I don't scrub/circulate those cases" At my hospital, we have people that have been there years and won't scrub an ortho case to save their life. The worst thing is, this is tolerated. I work 3-11 so I pride myself on the fact that I can scrub anything and do a decent job. Last week I came in and had to scrub a corneal transplant. I had never even seen one but it worked out fine in the end. The doctor was kind of a jerk during the case but I took the high road and was so overly nice to him that he apologized afterward(love when that happens
) Anyway, what are people's experiences with the "one trick pony" phenomenon?