I've got a few more as well. How about when a medical student walks into the room and asks what they should do with their gown and gloves. Well, what do you think you should do with them?
When a resident drops a vessel loop on the floor and decides not to let anyone know it's there.
When you've got an incorrect count and the surgeons just keep on closing, acting like nothing is wrong.
When the surgeons are closing, you've just finished hanging all the sponges and taken off your gloves, and the tech throws another sponge into the kick bucket.
When the tech doesn't pull suture for any of the cases throughout the day.
When you're about to do a whipple, and discover when interviewing the patient that the surgeons did not even order a type and screen, and the nurse checking the patient in never even thought to call the surgeons and get a verbal order.
When people complain because they get put in a specialty they don't like for one case. You're getting paid regardless of what you are doing, so shut up and get over it.
When your relief shows up 45 minutes late because they knew that the case was almost finished and thought that you should just finish it yourself, even though they just clocked in and you've been working 10 hours.
My favorite one has to be when anesthesia sticks their head in the door and asks me if I am ready to bring the patient back. When I am in the middle of counting an instrument set, does it look like I'm ready?