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Sheer Buffoonery

  • Author : Nurse X
  • Publisher : Virtualbookworm Publishing
  • Release Date : 2006-06
  • Genre: Medical
  • Pages : 304
  • ISBN 10 : 9781589398948

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'Sheer Buffoonery: How Hospitals Kill Patients' is a stunning, no-holds barred expose on the hospital industry. For the first time ever, a nurse exposes the shocking mismanagement, sheer incompetence and raw greed in our nation's hospitals. Let's review just some of the standard buffoonery found in hospitals: You need oxygen but the hospital didn't purchase enough oxygen flow regulators so you'll have to gasp on room air until your nurse manages to find one somewhere. There is no security in a hospital, so the flasher in room 2108 was able to freely walk into your room in the middle of the night and expose himself to you. You got an infection in your incision because the NA wore the same pair of gloves with you that she had on when she dug out the bowel impaction patient in room 2314. In the middle of the night, some male tech wheeled you down to the basement, alone, to give you an enema you didn't need. You desperately need assistance to the bathroom but your nurse is busy in the morgue struggling to shove a dead patient onto one of the slabs. The lab refused to run your crucial lab tests because your Official Patient Stamper Plate Card was misplaced and they didn't want to handwrite in your information. Your nurse wasn't with you when you suffered a massive heart attack because she was at the nurse's station fielding calls from the general public like this: 'I feel sick. Do you think I have the flu that's going around?' And last but not least, your incision is going to rip open as soon as you get home because your nurse couldn't find enough steri-strips to apply after she removed your staples.'