The #1 mistake all Nurses make when giving an enema

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.

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 clean up?

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

#reallifenursingprotip

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Respiratory Therapists are appreciated by Nurses

Respiratory Therapists are appreciated by Nurses

Respiratory Therapists are an integral part of our health care team, and more often than not Nurses have failed to recognize the work they do. They do more than just deliver oxygen.

The collegial relationships I have developed with the Respiratory Therapists that I have worked with over the years has been invaluable. To say they are needed is an understatement.

Some Nurses may not understand just how difficult their job is. I thought I’d share five things to help us remember just how important these specialists are:

  1. They work the same grind we do
  2. They have the same minimum education requirement
  3. They deal with the same crap we do
  4. They are the go-to for all things pulmonary
  5. They are not there just to do the job you don’t like to do

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I need your help. The Daily Sean Vlog is coming to an end.

I need your help. The Daily Sean Vlog is coming to an end.

It’s been a wild ride. On January 25th The Daily Sean Vlog will come to an end. 365 days of vlogging has been fun and educational.

What will I do next? Where will the Vlog go? What do I name the Vlog? How often should I Vlog? So many unanswered questions. I’d love to hear from the tribe.

The behind-the-scenes is becoming too much. I don’t have the resources to keep it up. I pride myself on providing endless content for free, but it’s not sustainable. I have so much more to give, but it takes $$. (Considering Patreon)

Over the past year my Facebook fan page following tripled and we created a wonderful Facebook group that keeps growing. So thank you for the engagement.

I’m not going away, but I need to figure out a better business plan. Your positive words and endless messages have convinced me I’m doing exactly what I should be doing. I will keep sharing the knowledge, I just need to figure out how that will look.

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