Monday, April 20, 2015

Do You Know Where Your Urethra Is?

I found this video trolling on Facebook today, it is both hilarious and profound.
I think every nurse both new and old should watch this and take a trip down memory lane.

8 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting this wonderful video. So many elements that ring true and bring back the memories. We had those competitive procedure check off lists too. I remember thinking how perverse it was when a couple of us were fighting to get to a body to be the first to do post mortem care. Diploma schools could bring out the worst qualities in the best people.

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  2. I hope you take some time during Nurse's Week to appreciate yourself. Florence Nightingale would be very proud of you.

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  3. Concurring one study, around one-portion of reasons for urethral stricture are from therapeutic methods and control of the urethra or adjacent structures (surgeries, catheter insertion, and so on.). In around 33% of cases, no identifiable cause was found.

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  4. As a soon to be brand new RN this video gives me so much hope. Thank you.

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  5. Hi there! I’m a brand new nurse and I’m having a really hard time finding an answer to this question online, I was hoping someone here could help.
    It might be an incredibly dumb question, but I honestly don’t understand and I’d like to....
    I had a patient’s U/A that tested positive for E. Coli.
    During report I told the oncoming nurse and she chewed me out because she said I should have put her on contact precautions for ESBL.
    I thought you could have a UTI - even with E. coli, and it not be ESBL (extended spectrum beta-lactamase) producing.
    Or does all E. coli produce ESBL?

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