That's the thing though the patient didn't really show signs of being a drug seeker. She had maybe one or two admissions to the hospital since 2016 and maybe 4 or 5 visits to the ED since 2016. She isn't on the radar at all before 2016 actually. After the ED visits she was okay for discharge. She also doesn't seem to have a HUGE tolerance to narcotics at all. The 50mcgs of fentanyl made her feel a bit better and 50 mcgs of fentanyl is equal to about 5-6 of morphine. These are doses used actually on naive patients. I think this nurse was just being very judgmental and is jaded. Being the inner-city hospital we are we DO get A LOT of addicts and drug seeking patients, A lot of patients trying to scam the system to get a warm bed to stay, people using the ED as their own private drug store(people come in for pregnancy tests and for RX of Motrin so they don't have to pay for it) The thing to remember is not to paint every patient with the same brush.