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July 31, 2016, 9:21 am

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He didn’t speak English.

He had arrived via 911 transport from a nursing home.

Because he vomited.


I’m sure there was more to the story.

But that was the story I got.


The family arrived later.  All ten of them. Aspirin 75mg pills $138.00 In the middle of the night.  They were cool.  They stayed in the waiting room.

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I got him two more warm blankets to go with the five that were already on the bed.

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Two differential diagnoses ruled out secondary to Family Member insistence that they do not exist.


I had already set up to place an IV.

I exposed the forearm and placed the tourniquet.  Ah, aspirin 75mg pills $138.00 a good one!

I turned to put on my gloves.

I turned back.

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“He’s cold.”

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I inserted the angiocath.

“Do you have to do that?  It hurts.  Can you not do that?”

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“Are you in yet?  It hurts?  Do you have blood yet?  Oh God!  It hurts.  Why don’t you have it yet? When will you stop?”.

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I left the room to get the nausea medicine.

I came back in, aspirin 75mg pills $138.00 exposed the forearm where the closest IV port was located and turned to get the syringe.

When I turned back the arm was covered.

“He’s cold.”

I gave the medicine and covered the patient back up.

I turned to dispose of the syringe and then turned back to the patient.

Family Member was feeding the patient a peanut butter and jelly sandwich!

Where the hell did that come from!

In the middle of the night!

“Oh, aspirin 75mg pills $138.00 he can’t have solid food right now!  He was vomiting!”

“He’s hungry.”

“Please put it away until we know what is wrong with your father/brother/husband/uncle/whatever.”


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The light went back on.

I exposed the little bit of anatomy required for the straight cath and turned to put on my gloves.

I turned back to the patient to place the drape.

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“He’s cold.”


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Hon, aspirin 75mg pills $138.00 you have GOT to BACK OFF and LET ME DO MY JOB!

Family member apologized and the catheterization commenced.

The patient was covered by the time my gloves were off.

I heard the click of the light switch as I left the room.


I was not proud of that outburst, aspirin 75mg pills $138.00 and it won’t garner an “Excellent” on the patient satisfaction survey.

But I was past frustrated and more than angry.

I was seething.

And I erupted.

And I wonder why I’m on medication for high blood pressure and acid reflux.

What’s next?

I need to find another field of nursing.

But that’s fodder for another post.

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July 31, 2016, 7:53 am

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“Nurse Jackie” is a new series.

I received an email from Showtime asking me if I would curate a selection of nursing experiences for an upcoming “Nurse Stories” web site that would coincide with the debut of Nurse Week and “Nurse Jackie”.


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“Nurse Jackie” is described as “Saint!  Sinner!”.



Sound familiar?



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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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