6 patient report sheet reddit

by Ian Lemke 4 min read

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24 hours ago Anyone have any good simple nursing report sheets that they could share? I checked online and didn't lie any. Maybe with 5 or 6 patients per page. ... Maybe with 5 or 6 patients per page. 3 comments. share. save. hide. report. 66% Upvoted. This thread is archived. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Sort by: best. >> Go To The Portal


I finally broke

Throughout the pandemic, I truly thought I was coping. This is gonna pass, nose to the grindstone, just get through this shift, just get through this hour. Just get through this. Two weekends ago, I was receiving report from the offgoing shift, and it was a motherfucker of an assignment, as it always is lately.

What happens when the majority of the nursing staff quit?

I don't think it's hyperbole to say that it's heading in that direction, with shit wages, being overworked and underappreciated. But then what happens?

Burnt to a crisp

I am at a loss for words. I don’t even have the energy to express to my family and friends how shit my days are. It’s sucking the life out of me. I can’t laugh. I can’t smile properly. There are just no words.

A patient assaulted me today

A patient who has 80+ lbs on me and is a foot taller grabbed me and started shaking me while yelling "you lying son of a bitch". I had to use my duress alarm for the first time. I'm broken today. I cried a few times and I just can't shake it off. I just needed to vent to people who might understand.

Time to peace out

Ok we just had to lavage a Covid ecmo patient for maggots in their nose & mouth. I think this means we can all officially peace out. I wish these anti-vax folks would come see this shit and realize yeah we can keep you alive a long time but you are literally rotting to death. Excuse my while I go hurl.

Is anyone else getting pretty sick of the rampant verbal abuse?

I have worked in health care for about 16 years now, 2 as a phlebotomist, 14 as an RN, mostly in Emergency.

More than half my unit is unvaccinated and I've lost all respect for my coworkers

I'm sitting at lunch and one of my coworker RN that I had some deal of respect for said her and her mom have just been doing a prophylactic dose of ivermectin every month. But she said her mom had to lie to get it from the feed lot store.

Please enlighten me

Tonight I’m caring for a 54-year-old patient who is ~38 weeks pregnant with her first child. She did IVF with a donor egg, and went to great lengths to have a child of her own.

Saw the fear in someone's eyes last night

I work on a Tele stepdown unit and most of our beds are COVID. I took care of a 31 year old unvaccinated woman who was admitted the day before my shift last night. She has a fifteen month old baby and was still breast pumping. She initially started off on 5L NC and by 2am, I had her on a non-rebreather at 15L barely at 91%.

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