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Main blog:ER_Perspective
Gender:Male
Occupation:Medical / Veterinary
Education:Some college
Religion:Other
Service Attendance:More than once a week
Race/lineage:White / Caucasian
Location:United States, California


Appearance

Body Size:Fit
Height:6' 1" (185 cm)
Eyes:Blue
Vision:No assisted eyewear
Hair Color:Brown Grey
Facial Hair:Beard - short
Skin Tone:Tan
Best Feature:Eyes
Clothing Pref.:Business - Casual
Tattoo Info:None
Piercing Info:None


Personal Information

Relationship Status:Married
Astrological Sign:Scorpio (Oct 24 - Nov 21)
Existing as:Human
Your Home:Live with wife
Biography/About:Medical vocation. Based in emergency & surgical medicine. Currently in occupational health.
Likes:The love of life.
Dislikes:Plastic ,egomaniacle people.
Interests:Fishing, hunting, camping, hiking, boating,reading internet, website-ecommerce development.


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Four Most Recent Entries

Corrections and Emergency
I'm new to corrections by 6 months. Love the job, but didn't see the poop on my shoe until last week. The setting is County jail, one nurse-me. 37 YO male is booked on Friday night with BAC 0.39. No one calls me cause he's no trouble, sleeps the whole weekend until 0300am Monday. He starts withdrawals. Hallucinations... according to the officers who call me at 0520 a.m. I'm already on my way at that point. When I get there, he's diaphoretic, trembling, severe difficulty walking and talking, yet he tells me.... I know there's no blue letters in here but it's hard not to flinch when it looks...
 
Oh my nail !
Yesterday a girl came if because the ACRYLIC nail had cracked. It was just starting to get into her real nail, no pain. Next thing you know they will be coming in for pedicures!!! And, where I used to work we had a female take an ambulance to the emergency room for belly pain. The examination was done - finding was negative, she suddenly felt better, stated she was hungry, was fed and several hours later walked a short distance to the cinema in time for the movie to start. That's what you can do if you don't have cab fare for both ways I guess. ~Crystal Ball
 
All wrapped up !
This is not emergent but what the heck, here goes.....There was a young girl (maybe 12 or 13) who kept visiting the nurses office every morning. She was always nauseaus. Well, the nurse finally asked her if she ever had sex. She then asked her when her last period was etc. Finally, in confirming her pregnancy, the girl's shocked reply was "I can't possibly be pregnant, we used saran wrap!" The nurse wanted to know whose idea was it to use saran wrap. She said her boyfriend (also maybe 13 or 14) told her it was safe.
 
ER Classics
The classics we get are the males (I can't call them men) between 20 and 40 who come in with: vomited x 1 - 8 hrs ago, nausea (as they sit there with their coke and chips), rash, and various aches and pains. The one thing they all have in common is that they are single, have recently moved here to work or go to school and Mommy is back home in what ever town they came from. It's also very hard to "encourage" these guys to go to a clinic instead, they would rather sit in the ER waiting room for 8 hrs with lots of complaints of course. Rain at night brings the regulars that normally sleep in...
 






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