I am new to this site, and have just finished my first year of nursing. but had some questions I was hoping someone could answer. I recently pulled a 3 way irrigation foleyl from a patient who had (i believe) uretal artery stents and a aortic aneurysm repair according to a electronic order in the chart. The foley had been in about 24 hrs and was still draining cherry urine. THe electronic order said to pull the foley POD1 at 0630 am. I felt like this may be wrong, so i spoke with a few colleagues and they all said that i could pull it if there were not clots, even though there was cherry urine. in my gut, i knew the order seemed incorrect, but i was nervous about not following the doctor's order. Our electronic orders are entered by a HUC and then checked by a nurse. This order had been red lined and checked by a previous nurse, so I did not think to go back into the chart and look at the original order. Low and behold, the doctor came in and flipped out because he had HAND WRITTEN on the original order set NOT to take out the foley. THis order had been overlooked by the HUC and the RN signing off the order. I spoke to the nurse following me that day and she explained the situation. I believe she put the 3 way foley back in with some discomfort from the patient. I originally spoke with my manager the morning i found out hte issue with the order. I recieved a phone call today stating that i needed to come in and have another official meeting about this issue with possible corrective action???? Does anyone know what could possibly go wrong with my error to the point that corrective action would be an option????? ANY help and support would be great. I am freaking out.