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SPC students sharing their clinical experiences, funny clinical experiences..hehe


student: excuse me, ma'am...mag-terminate na po ako ng IV.
CI: Okay...go ahead, you terminate yourself. Do it on your own.
student: huh? ma'am? ah...sige po... (*scratches head and walks away)


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7-3 shift, endorsement time: Out base Hospital Ward
student nurse: good morning endorsements, Room 2**, john d****, in due to...(staff nurse interrupts..)
nurse: ay, ay sir, next patient na lang Em Je Ech(MGH-May Go Home) na na!! (hehe)
St. N: umm, yes mam (unsa daw??)

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Out base Hospital Ward:
a student nurse (ambot taga asa) approached a head nursing student from SPC
St.
Nurse: Mam pwede maghulam kadali ug MEMS drugguide..

SPCian: ai mam, MIMS imo pasabot?? (sabay hatag sa MIMS drugguide)
St. nurse: Yes mam, MEMS!!..(haha) Laughing

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a watcher approached a nursing aide
watcher: mam asa dapit and St. L**** ward??
NA: ai ,mam naa pa sa taas nga floor..
Watcher: ai salamat nurse, ganiha pa man gud ko pangita
NA: ai mam dili ko nurse, NURSHEENG ED ko mam.. Shockedhehe

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OR: the circulating nurse (a St. Nurse) is ready for instrument reporting..
St. N: excuse me doctors R******, E******* and L*******, first and initial counting of Sponges, Needles and Instruments is CORRECT (argh, di ba dapat COMPLETE??) hehe
there was silence....

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ER rotation....
NGT insertion sa isang patient...NOD had a hard time inserting the NGT tube....
pt: unsa man na oi...gilok kau...
NOD:mam...kinahanglan jud ibutang ni..cge mam last na lng ni
(Inserting the NGT)
(CI instructing)
CI: mam, kung musulod si sir..TULON lng...aron mahuman daun!!

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Endorsement by a St. Nurse staffing @ St. M**** ward.
St. Nurse: Patient *******, under the service of Dr. ******, with chief complaint of ??????, on DAT, VSq4, never VS (neuroVS)qh, I/O q shift.
Staff: Unsay Never VS???

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(NOD INSERTING IV) (PAGKATAPOS)
(HE TOLD ME)SIR PAKIKUHA DAW UG
SPLEN (AHAHAHA)
ME: HA MAAM?
NOD: SPLEN BA KANANG DRI GUD (WHILE POINTING AT THE PATIENTS ARM)
(AW SPLINT DIAY)

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NOD:(ENDORSMENT) ON LOW SALT LOW PROTEN DIET

SO HINAY HINAY LANG TA SA BABOY UG SA CHEKEN!!!!

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Student writes charting on ward notebuk: with IVF infusing well at right cephalic vein....etc.
CI: asa man diay na imung IV sir? dba sa ulo nah?



(ay, chaka na. asa daw ang cephalic vein?) oki. pagmata

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