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Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Worst. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Luck. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Ever. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Award: Patient gets hypodermic needle through sandal while walking in a park.

Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Worst ED Set Up Award: Goes to a local university teaching hospital, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 world renown for just about everything else except the lay out of the ED. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 While the rest of the facility is state-of-the-art, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 the ED is a 1960s time warp. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 The metal detector you have to go through to enter the ED is modern, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 though. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 The staff is great, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 the care (both medical and nursing) is competent, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 but the unit itself is small, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 cramped and swarming with nurses, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 interns, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 residents, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 attendings and, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 oh yes, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 patients. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Even the trauma room is small. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Which leads us to the….

Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Worst Assignment Ever Award: while employed by the above university teaching hospital, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 I was given the “Hell Hole” assignment. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 This meant that I was responsible for six monitored patients in a small, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 windowless room AND the psych isolation room right across the hall that required q 15 minute observations/documentation on the patient locked inside. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 One RN. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 No LVN. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 No tech. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Just me. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 And, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 oh I almost forgot….. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 about a gazillion interns/residents/attendings/ all wanting to know where the labs were and why Patient X was still in the ER. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Or informing me that Patient X wasn’t getting admitted yet because twenty other Medical Services had to see them and it HAD to happen in the ED. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Or sitting at my desk hogging my charts (except the interns….I let them use my desk, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 they were cool). Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Funny, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 the administration was shocked, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 shocked that I resigned after 10 weeks. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 I’ve heard through the grapevine that the unit is now staffed more appropriately. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 I don’t mind working hard, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 but I will never tolerate working stupid.

Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Most Ridiculous MD Order Award: Conscious sedation. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Patient: child with a laceration. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 In the middle of the night. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 On a major holiday. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 In a full ED and with 8-9 patients in the waiting room. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 With only two RNs, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 one of whom would be tied up with this patient for a full ninety minutes. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Let me put it succinctly: No way, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 dude. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 No freakin’ way.

Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 You Can Run, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 But You Can’t Hide Award: Patient on west coast recognized by a nurse who just moved from the east coast as one of the known drug seekers in her old east coast hospital. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Busted!

Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Oddest Response To a Negative X-ray Award: Look of absolute devastation when told extremity not fractured. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Poor guy, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 don’t you just hate it when dreams of an insurance settlement slip through your fingers? Patient giddy with delight over crutches, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 however, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 so positive patient feedback expected….

Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Most Patients Presenting In a Single Family At One Time For Triage Award: Six (ages 6, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.005, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.004, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.003, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.002, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.001)! They all had colds.

Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Sweetest Man In the Entire World Award: Patient is elderly, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 frail delusional female who presents with the belief that her eyes are falling out. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 ED MD tells her that not only are her eyes not falling out, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 but that they are beautiful.

Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Unclear On The 911 Concept Award: Patient with multiple, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 penetrating thoracic trauma picks up spouse at home before stumbling into ED, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 pale, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 diaphoretic and near syncopal.

Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Just Plain Stupid Award: ER staff allows 35-year-old female with acute abdominal pain and bleeding to fill bladder by drinking two liters of water before pelvic ultrasound, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 only to then say, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 “Gosh, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 you are going to surgery! Here is an NG tube….” and I can give the details of this one because I was the recipient of the NG-induced epistaxis! I will never, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 ever consent to an NG tube again as long as I live unless I put it in myself. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 At least I know how to DO it!

Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Best Straight Shooter Award: Intoxicated, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 combative, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 restrained patient needs to urinate immediately. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Patient turns to the left side, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 inches gown up and proceeds to shoot a stream of urine TWELVE FEET away from the gurney. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Standing ovation received from all male staff in a thirteen-foot radius.

Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Who’s The Parent Here? Award: Parent offers liquid antibiotic to Toddler, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 who says NO!
Parent turns sheepishly to ED RN stating, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 “Oh dear, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 he doesn’t want it”. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Five seconds later, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 the medication is traveling down the toddler’s esophagus via a syringe wielded by said RN. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 RN advises parent to remember that parent is (1) older (2) bigger (3) in charge and (4) it doesn’t matter a rat’s tutu what Toddler wants or doesn’t want; some things are NOT negotiable. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Parent marvels as though hit by an epiphany.

Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 And so there you have it. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 The first group of EmergiAward recipients. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 Unless stated otherwise, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 the above situations have all been sanitized for patient protection and are composites of many, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 many patients, lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 nurses and doctors I have worked with over the years. Lotrisone cream in 20gr tube $58.00 ; )

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10 Comments

  • Heather
    Heather

    October 17, 2005 at 9:02 pm

    Thanks for making me laugh tonight!


  • Julie
    Julie

    October 17, 2005 at 11:01 pm

    Brought back a few memories of my own experiences; great stuff


  • geena
    geena

    October 18, 2005 at 10:00 am

    I loved the You Can Run, But You Can’t Hide award!!
    These were GREAT!! You should submit them to Grand Rounds.


  • kenju
    kenju

    October 18, 2005 at 1:28 pm

    Great, Kim! But I have questions.
    1. What is the alternative to conscious sedation? Is it to knock them out? This is probably a stupid question, but…..
    2. What were the multiple,penetrating thoracic traumas caused by?
    Or do I really want to know?

    That reminds me of the time I was in the ER with a lawn mower to foot injury and a girl came in with her hand caught in a meat grinder. I was about to lose my cookies over her – and so was my surgeon!


  • Kim
    Kim

    October 18, 2005 at 2:41 pm

    This was a simple laceration. For those you usually use a “papoose board” that holds the patient in with velcro straps. I call it the “Huggy board” because essentially that is what it does. They can yell but they can’t move. Then we hold the head while the sutures go in. When we are done, we are done, and so is the patient.


  • Jimmy K.
    Jimmy K.

    October 18, 2005 at 9:16 pm

    I saw your comment on A day in the life of a blogger and laughed. I moved up from a flappy bird to an adorable rodent, I was so proud of myself and then the next week I was back to a flappy bird. I was crest fallen, had no idea you could go backward… anyway you comment was excellent.
    Jimmyk
    http://butthatsjustmyopinion.blogspot.com/


  • Third Degree Nurse
    Third Degree Nurse

    October 19, 2005 at 11:38 am

    What a great picture!!!! Loved the commentary, too. Hats off to you; I know the ED is not for me.


  • Dr. Deborah Serani
    Dr. Deborah Serani

    October 20, 2005 at 5:20 am

    OMG, this is totally hilarious. What great work!!!!!!!

    LOL,
    Deb


  • D.P.
    D.P.

    October 25, 2005 at 6:56 am

    LMAO!!!


  • Dennie
    Dennie

    October 26, 2005 at 10:29 am

    Hi! I love your blog! I’m a RN from TN, not working due to health problems. I made a web page in the 90. It’s should have been kind of a blog, but they didn’t have them back then. Anyway, I love to read stuff that other nurses have written, and especially when it’s well-written!

    Stop by
    http://www.thenurseslounge.net

    if you’d like to check it out. Mor nurses, mostly fun stuff.

    Love
    Dennie


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My name is Kim, and I'm a nurse in the San Francisco Bay area. I've been a nurse for 33 years; I graduated in 1978 with my ADN. My experience is predominately Emergency and Critical Care, and I have also worked in Psychiatry and Pediatrics. I made the decision to be a nurse back in 1966 at the age of nine...

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