Apparently this facility was so short of funds, the nurses had to function as IV poles…
…while opening the airway at the same time!
Is it just me or does the patient look like he just had breast implants?
And do NOT get me started on the coffee filter cap on her head. It’s either that or a urine strainer!
I shouldn’t be so critical. I’m embarrassed to say I had glasses just like that in 1966. Fire-engine red glasses.
Hip and groovy, I was not !
I’ve been off work for long stretches the last couple of months and one of the problems with being off the normal routine is that you get lazy.
Writing a ten-page paper was absolute torture, but it’s done and I’m done for the semester.
Feel free to ask me questions on the health of the Hispanic population – that was my topic!
School starts again on January 20th and I will be taking my ethnic course (Introduction to Muslim-American Relations) and my world culture course (Religions of the World). I am aiming for a Spring, 2010 graduation, but for the next four weeks I can get back to blogging and enjoying myself!
The Christmas edition of Change of Shift will be hosted at Nurse Ratched’s Place, so send submissions to “motherjonesrn at yahoo dot com” or use Blog Carnival (button on right sidebar)
The poll for topics at the future medblogger conference/track is done; many thanks to all who voted for their favorites. We should have more information on a 2009 conference soon.