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Real cialis online Change of Shift is up this morning over at How I Spent My Nursing Education!

Real cialis online Someday Nurse has a theme to this edition, real cialis online so if you are a student nurse, real cialis online ever been a student nurse, real cialis online ever worked with a student nurse or ever seen a student nurse there is something there for you!

Real cialis online Many thanks to Someday Nurse for hosting!

Real cialis online Change of Shift moves back to Emergiblog for the next edition, real cialis onlineso you know the drill! Submit via Blog Carnival or to kmcallister911 at yahoo dot com. Real cialis online No particular theme, real cialis online just anything to do with or by nurses!



I am so excited!

Steven Palter, real cialis online our fellow blogger over at Doc in the Machine, real cialis online is going to be featured on the ABC show 20/20 tomorrow night!

Steven has done some amazing work with technology in medicine and 20/20 originally wanted to interview him about his part in the National Geographic show that showcased his HD surgery.

Well, real cialis online they expanded the segment and now it’s all about Steven and his work!

He writes about the experience here on his blog. Real cialis online Oh, real cialis online and 20/20 blogged about him, real cialis online too!

Steven, real cialis online this is really exciting and I couldn’t be happier for you! I will most definitely be watching.

(P.S: Steven is on the far left!)


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Real cialis online I would like to personally apologize to every patient who came in to my emergency department with gastroenteritis x one hour and received a silent but definite label of “wimp”.

Real cialis online I thought I was dying last night. Real cialis online I woke up with severe abdominal distension and pressure, real cialis online nausea, real cialis online dizziness and body aches.

Real cialis online Surely this could not just be gastroenteritis! I was sooooo sick!

Real cialis online My back had been hurting for two days…oh lord, real cialis online it’s an aneurysm!

Real cialis online Oh no, real cialis online it must be a small bowel obstruction and I’m going to get an NG tube!

Real cialis online Oh god, real cialis online I might have perfed!

Real cialis online Now, real cialis online why would I perforate my bowel? Who knows but I’m really sick!

Real cialis online I have gastroenteritis.

Real cialis online Geeze, real cialis online this is miserable!

Real cialis online Perfect timing, real cialis online too. Real cialis online First week of the new semester, real cialis online two assignments due tomorrow.

Real cialis online Pardon me while I continue my pity party.

Real cialis online And my next patient who shows up because he vomited “once” gets an extra dose of Zofran on the house!

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  • Mother Jones RN
    Mother Jones RN

    September 6, 2007 at 6:38 pm

    Hey girlfriend, I hope you start feeling better soon.


  • Elli

    September 6, 2007 at 7:33 pm

    Hi Kim!

    I just wanted to stop by and thank you for swinging by my website. Your visit was perfect timing, as I’m seriously considering going back to school for nursing. I’m sure your blogs will help motivate me to achieve my goal (or perhaps they’ll scare me to death?..hehe) Either way, I look forward to reading your future posts!

    Sorry to hear you have gastroenteritis. 🙁 I hope you get well soon!!

  • Julie

    September 10, 2007 at 11:47 am

    Oh, Kim. So sorry you’re feeling under the weather. Last year around this time my coworkers, patients and I passed GE around like it was a precious gift. I was the only one fortunate enough to make the ER visit and get some fluids as a special bonus. As you said, you never truly appreciate another’s suffering unless you’ve been there. Blah.
    Hope you’re better soon!

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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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