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Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Leis de Murphy

Finalmente encontrei! As Leis de Murphy para Enfermeiros! Está bastante engraçado apesar de algumas estarem antiquadas e com uma visão bastante biomédica! Aos entendidos, divirtam-se! "If something can go wrong, it will"...

• You can please some of the patients all of the time, and all of the patients some of the time, but you just can’t please the family.
• Management truly believes you are overpaid. But would never work for what they pay you.
• People farthest from your work area are the least needy - and least afraid of pushing the nurse call. Invariably.
• The more minor the injury, the more angry that person is for having to wait. While the little old guy with crushing chest pain says, "Oh, it's ok, I've waited this long already..."
• Your patient is finally absorbing their NG feed after days of aspirating - but they pull the tube out just before the consultant does his ward round.
• The number of staff to be found on the ward is inversely proportional to the scale of the emergency.
• You've just given a patient a meal - pie, roast potatoes and a sponge pudding with custard - when the consultant says they're ready for the operation.
• A very healthy patient, when admitted to a very small room, will require a vent, a cooling blanket, hemofilter, six pumps and a digital television before the end of your shift, requiring you to climb over the bed to get out of the room.
• The hospital always sends admissions to your nursing home at change of shift on your weekend on - the physician's weekend off.
• The lift always breaks down when the 400 pound patient needs to be transferred from one bed to another.
• You tell your patient, "If you need anything at all, just push the button and I'll be there". She smiles and says she's "Fine, thank you nurse." The next morning she complains to the physician, "No one came near me all night and I couldn't sleep, because I was in agony."
• In a life threatening emergency, the speed of the doctor's response is inversely proportional to the speed of the patient's decline.
• That enema you gave four hours ago produces a huge code brown just five minutes before the end of your shift.
• The doctor's just about to examine a patient when you realise you've lost your pencil and find a rectal thermometer behind your ear.
• The doctor with the the Handwriting from Hell is the one who makes the worst fuss when disturbed at 3am ... usually because their insulin prescription could be ... anything.
• You have been working flat all day without even a coffee break, but the moment you sit down, the supervisor walks around the corner and sees you doing nothing.
• You never use foul language, except when the boss is standing behind you.
• When you need the money, your shift is cancelled; when you have a weekend planned, you have to do overtime.
• Realizing the patient you've just injected has a serious infection causes you to stab yourself with the used needle.
• A 500 pound patient needs all care, while your 80 pound patient needs a finger dressing ... and your colleague has a "bad back."
• It's your first night shift for three years. And it's a full moon.
• You're doing the "Only 27 more minutes of the shift from hell happy-dance", only to turn around to see your supervisor standing there.
• In a critical situation, the most highly qualified clinician will offer the most advice and the least support.
• The absurdity of the suggestion is directly proportional to the distance from the bedside.
• As soon as you finish a thirty minute dressing the doctor will come in, and take a look at the wound.
• The disoriented patient always comes from a Nursing Home whose beautiful paperwork has no phone number on it.
• Your nose will itch the very moment your gloved hands get contaminated with bodily fluids.
• The patient who has been dying all night finally meets his maker 12.5 minutes before shift change.
• You walk out of a patient's room after you've asked them if they need anything: they will put the call bell on as you are about three quarters the way down the hall.
• The patient furthest away from the nurses' station rings the call bell more often than the patient nearest to the nurses' station.
• The doctor with the worst handwriting and most original use of the English Language will be responsible for your most critical patient.
• You always remember "just one more thing" you need after you've gowned, gloved, and masked and gone into that isolation room.
• The correct depth of compression in adult CPR is a bit less than the depth you just reached when you broke those ribs.
• When you cancel extra staff because it's so quiet, you are guaranteed a rash of admissions.
• If you wear a new white uniform, expect to be thrown up on.
Corollary: Residents always poop on your brand new shoes.
• When management smiles at you, be very, very afraid ...
• Staffing will gladly send you three aides--but you have to float two of your RNs.
• As soon as you discontinue the IV line, more fluids will be ordered.
• Mandatory meetings are always scheduled after you've had the night from hell and just want to go home to bed.
• You always forget what it was you wanted after you get to the supply room. You always remember when you get back to the other end ...
• Doctors only ask your name when the patient isn't doing well.
• Success occurs when no one is looking, failure occurs when the boss is watching.
• As soon as you've ordered the pizzas, 25 patients show up at the ER registration desk along with three ambulances all with cardiac arrests!
• For every action, there is an equal and opposite criticism.
• Ten seconds after you have finished giving a complete bed bath and changing the bed, the patient has a giant code brown.
• If a patient needs four pills, the packet will contain three.
• Your buddies who were reading the paper at the nurses' desk a minute ago always disappear when you need help ...
• Expect to get your pay raise the same day the hospital raises the parking rates (and other charges)
• The better job you do, the more work you can expect to be handed ...
• The amount of clean linen available is inversely proportional to your immediate needs.
• The more confused and impulsive a patient is, the less chance there is for a family member or friend to sit with the patient.
• The perfect nurse for the job will apply the day after that post is filled by some semiqualified idiot.
• Corollary: You hear about the perfect job the day after you accept another one.
• If only one solution can be found for a problem, then it is usually a stupid solution.
• Despite an apartment littered with clothes, the dog will always sleep on the one clean uniform that you had laid out the night before.
• When the nurse on the preceeding shift has surrounded the patient with absorbant pads, the code brown will hit every sheet and miss every pad.
• Rest assured that when you are in a hurry, the nurse's notes have not been written.
• When you are starting an IV on an uncooperative patient, or dealing with a huge code brown, there is a phone call for you and it's that crabby physician that you have been paging all morning.
• Fire drills always occur on your day from hell - or at the end of a 12 hour shift when you have an important date.
• The first person in line when the clinic opens will not require urgent care. The sickest person will arrive 5 minutes before closing: "I thought I'd feel better"

Fonte: http://www.realnurse.net/humour/murphys-4.shtml

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