Scratched, arm twisted, verbal threats and abuse... yeah yeah yeah - all of that and more.
The incidents that stick out? Realizing that a pt who had been saying inappropriate things to me had watched me walk to my car, and had someone place a letter and flowers on my windshield. The RN's I was working with at the time had changed my assignment so I never had to work with him after the first shift, but he still watched me all week long. He was d/c'd the day after the flowers, but I got security to walk me out at night after that. It was spooky and many years ago, but still makes my skin crawl thinking he knew my car, my name and license plate number.
When I was pregnant I had a MR/DD bipolar pt in a group home take a swing at me with an electric broom. Good thing I saw it coming in time to duck or he would have clocked me a good one.
Just the other night I had a pt who was confused and disoriented after a recent overdose/suicide attempt, she thought we were whores working in a whore house and trying to get her to come and work with us. Let's just say she was less then cooperative with assessments. And she had a cast on her arm, that thing was a lethal weapon. We do have the recourse, and have used it, of calling in the sheriff's dept when a pt in our ICU is on a police hold. Sometimes that helps until the meds kick in.