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I was surprised at the lack of pretentiousness. I had learned to be more aloof, but the door had opened and so I gratefully accepted. Later that week she shared with me that both of her parents had died in a fire a month earlier, and that she had just moved to Seattle to take a hospitalist position.
We connected. Room was cleared for discharge by Judy at in the morning. At I assessed her abdomen again. This time there were no bowel sounds and it seemed slightly more distended. At noon, the patient started complaining of abdominal pain and I reassessed and d the hospitalist: Judy. She has no bowel tones, her abdomen is distended and now she is complaining of abdominal pain.
I reported. I never thought of that! I recalled all the times in the past when a doctor would ignore me, not listen, or even ask for my assessment or recommendation. Share your stories in the Year of the Nurse so that we can continue to inspire and uplift each other!
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