Tuesday, July 10, 2012

You Know

You know you're a nurse when you can diagnose a GI bleed from fifteen feet away, without needing an endoscope, without running a single test, and without ever laying eyes on the patient. Nurses learn to have very discriminating noses.

You know you're a nurse when you knock on the stall door and inform a surprised stranger that he needs to see his doctor. Nurses learn to have very little shame.

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