The #1 mistake all Nurses make when giving an enema

The triple H’s:

  • High
  • Hot
  • Helluvalot

Enemas are the bane of a Nurses’ existence (or maybe it was just me?) There is nothing enjoyable about administering an enema. I mean… we’re talking about poo.

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It’s one of the few interventions we Nurses perform… where we KNOW ahead of time we’ll regret the outcome. We’re set up for a hot mess (if ya know whaddayamean).

Who in their right mind, as a Nurse, would get excited or happy that we have to perform an intervention that we’re going to have to clean up???

What if I told you, not all enemas are created equal? What if I told you there was a way to give that darn enema without the hassle of the cleanup?

Dare I say… enema’s could be neat and tidy???

#reallifenursingprotip

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5 absolute nevers in Nursing

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Everybody knows to not scream, “BOMB” on a plane. Sheer panic, terror and mass hysteria will ensue. Anarchy is a kind way of describing what would happen on that plane once those words were uttered (screamed).

Those words (or actions) also exist in the world of Nursing. There are just some things you don’t DO or SAY in our profession. While there are a lot of them that we could list, I wanted to share a handful of these “Nevers” that are true no matter where you go within the acute care setting.

Nursing is a tough job, but we like to have fun.

Here are five things you just DON’T say or do in Nursing. Period. Non-negotiable. Five things that have serious side-effects.

  1. Saying the ‘Q’-word.
  2. Saying “I’m bored.”
  3. Give your confused patient your real name.
  4. Say that you “have plans after your shift” out loud.
  5. Answer your phone on your day off.

Never do any of the above… Ever. Never-ever-never-ever-never-EVER. Ever-never. [Did I get my point across yet?]

You’ll thank you me later.

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This one time as a Nurse…

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It’s story time. Let’s gather around the campfire and tell war stories.

GI bleeds…

Just like our military personnel, nurses love to tell war stories. We love sharing our suffering because we all can ‘relate’ in some way to the suffering scenario. It’s the ‘you get me’ moment.

I’m here to set the record straight.

I’m the champion of GI bleeds. NOT that I want this title, but I have yet to meet someone with a better GI bleed story than mine. This was my first “real” GI bleed experience, way-back when I was a baby Nurse.

Have a seat, grab a snack and take a listen.

Learn from my mistakes folks, take notes.

After you hear this story… tell me you didn’t laugh.

Can someone dethrone me? Who has a better story? I’d love to hear it!

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