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Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 Oh my god! It’s the Disembodied Head Nurse!

Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 She can wither you with one glance.

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Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 Years of knowledge will flee your brain with the raise of her eyebrow.

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Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 It seems Pontiac thought she would be an appropriate commercial mascot.

Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 What on earth does a big nurse head have to do with cars?

hhhhhhhhhhhhh

Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 There is nothing quite like the ambiance of a dirty utility room.

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Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 Enter at your own risk.

Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 A nauseating bouquet of a myriad of body fluids in various stages of decomposition arises from the biohazard box in the corner whose lid lay slightly off-center. Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 Three commodes line the opposite wall; one of them emits the subtle essence of the GI bleed who was its last customer. Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 A sharp hint of ammonia breaks through the olfactory cacaphony; urine soaked test strips are lined up on paper towels in military formation to the left of the sink. Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 Deflated foley bags and used suction canisters rest in the garbage. Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 The linen bag adds the contributions of various excretorily challenged patients to the odiforous symphony.

Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 And through it all is the pungent smell of dirty instruments soaking in Cidex.

Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 I have an irrational fear of being in the dirty utility room when the big earthquake hits and not being able to get out.

Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 I need a Xanax just to get through the two minute wait for the urine dipstick results.

hhhhhhhhhhhhh

Have you ever experiencedf GIBOHS?

Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 That’s GI Bleed Olfactory Hallucination Syndrome?

You come home from a long shift. Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 You empty your pockets and deposit your scrubs in the laundry room downstairs, salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 along with your nursing shoes. Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 You take the time to luxuriate in a hot bubble bath as the tension of the day lifts off your shoulders. Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 You put on your thick, salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 flannel pajamas, salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 grab a hot cup of herbal tea and curl up on the couch with a good novel.
And then it hits.
The fleeting but unmistakable smell of a GI Bleed.

Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 You haven’t been near a GI bleed since you admitted your patient at 1630.

Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 The precise mechanism for GIBOHS is unknown. Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 Sufferers have been known to say “Blech!” out loud in the middle of the night and compulsively bleach all their scrubs until the fabric frays. Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 They believe that GI “odor” molecules have been fused with their hairshafts at the genetic-molecular level.

Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 Should a fellow colleague experience GIBOHS, salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 be supportive. Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 Tell him you believe that he believes he smells what he smells. Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 And then get as far away as possible.

Salmeterol 25mcg inhaler $238.00 It may be contagious.

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16 Comments

  • Rita Schwab - MSSPNexus
    Rita Schwab - MSSPNexus

    December 29, 2005 at 3:11 am

    Eeewww Kim! I was browsing the blogs this morning while eating breakfast… Blech!

    I’ll have to remember to save your blog until after I’ve had my cereal…


  • Kim
    Kim

    December 29, 2005 at 3:15 am

    LOLOL – my goodness, that was fast! I was trying to be…well…delicate….LOLOL


  • Jodi
    Jodi

    December 29, 2005 at 9:34 am

    Is that anything like CDDOHS? Ya know, C.diff. Diarrhea Olfactory Hallucination Syndrome?
    It caught be off guard one night at home. I stuck my head in a potporri dish until it was over.
    LOL


  • Moof
    Moof

    December 29, 2005 at 9:42 am

    Oh my GOOD GRIEF you guys! *LOL* You’ve just made me very happy that I didn’t stay in nursing!

    *sniffs her computer and gives it a loving pat*


  • Susan
    Susan

    December 29, 2005 at 11:35 am

    Too funny! I have experienced this syndrome myself. I have also been a victim of the IVPBAHS (IV Pump Beeping Auditory Hallucination Syndrome). Have you?

    And don’t forget the OWCROHS (Obese Woman Crotch-Rot Olfactory Hallucination Syndrome). That’s a doozy!


  • Anonymous
    Anonymous

    December 29, 2005 at 11:50 am

    LOL…I think I’ve had all of the syndromes…

    Also the CMRAHS (cardiac monitor beeping auditory hallucination syndrome)…and the BBOHS(Bad burn olfactory hallucination)…

    Hmmm…think I need a referral…

    Jr-ER RN


  • kirbysnursingadventures
    kirbysnursingadventures

    December 29, 2005 at 11:56 am

    Jodi,
    I’ve had the c. diff hallucination when I’ve gotten home as well.


  • Third Degree Nurse
    Third Degree Nurse

    December 29, 2005 at 4:17 pm

    Geez, I feel like such a newbie. But I have had the FOPOS (Fountain of Poop Olfactory Syndrome)during my first semester. After boiling my scrubs, undies, socks and shoes when I got home I had to wash my hair 3 times just to get that smell out.


  • jenny
    jenny

    December 29, 2005 at 4:17 pm

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  • MichelleL.
    MichelleL.

    December 30, 2005 at 12:10 pm

    Kim, I am a first time commentor…I so enjoy reading your blog. As a nusing student, ex EMT, I can relate to some of your stories. They are always an enjoyable read. I look foward to each new entry.


  • Moof
    Moof

    January 1, 2006 at 9:02 am

    HAPPY NEW YEAR KIM! 🙂


  • Dr. Deborah Serani
    Dr. Deborah Serani

    January 1, 2006 at 3:24 pm

    Dear Kim,

    Wishing you and yours a wonderul 2006!!!

    ~Deb

    PS: The body-less head *is* scary


  • PaedsRN
    PaedsRN

    January 1, 2006 at 8:11 pm

    I have a question. When you have a removed chest drain, suction tubing and drainage bottle in one hand, and a removed IDC with tubing and full urine bag in the other… HOW THE HELL ARE YOU SUPPOSED TO ENTER THE CODE TO OPEN THE SLUICE ROOM DOOR???

    The time honoured nursing art of opening the door with an elbow or knee (or bum) simply won’t work. I’m good, but even I can’t enter a combination with either of my butt cheeks!


  • Jodi
    Jodi

    January 2, 2006 at 12:46 am

    LOL,
    Just don’t do it with your tongue. Not a good idea on the inf. disease unit.
    (the nose works pretty good though, just use that purell stuff on it afterward)

    lol, I’m just kidding


  • Julie
    Julie

    January 3, 2006 at 1:31 am

    I haven’t been near a GI bleed for at least 10 years and even I was experiencing it there!

    Happy new year Kim, keep up the great work here – with you around I don’t need to work with actual patients to still feel like a nurse!


  • ICU 101
    ICU 101

    January 5, 2006 at 1:14 am

    having encountered my first GI bleed during my last set of shifts, as soon as i read what you posted the dreaded GIBOHS hit me… thanks, Kim! :Þ


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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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