I was in a car accident last week and had to have an emergency procedure in a hospital. I went in with my eyes closed and just sat there for hours and hours. I felt like I was going to pass out and my wife was beside me telling me to just relax. When I woke up, I could see the nurse’s face, and the doctor’s face, but it was the nurses that came in and took my blood pressure.
The nurse didn’t ask to see your blood pressure. They did. She was looking for a pulse, and was concerned because she was worried the patient’s heart rate might have dropped. She asked the doctor to have you measure your pulse.
There is a time and a place for doctors to ask for patient blood pressure, but there are other times when a doctor may have to take a blood sample of a patient’s blood without asking. In my case, I had to have my blood taken over the phone.
The reason for asking for blood pressure is to see if a patient is having a pulse. However, the nurse didn’t ask for a blood sample, either. She was worried that her patient’s heart rate might have dropped so she could find out if the patient needed an urgent blood transfusion. That is a legitimate concern, even if the doctor’s are concerned that the patient might be having a cardiac event. However, the nurse isn’t actually doing any real work to verify the patient’s condition.
In any case, the fact that the nurse doesn’t ask for a blood sample is a pretty big red flag that the patient is having a cardiac event. This is an indication that the patient is in cardiac distress. If the nurse doesn’t do her job to verify the patient’s condition, then she should not be providing any treatment.
This is a situation where the nurse should not be doing any real work, just making sure that the patient is stable. This is a sign that the patient is having a cardiac event. If the nurse doesnt do her job to verify the patients condition, then she should not be providing any treatment.
A patient with a cardiac event should be seen by a physician.
For example, the nurse should not be doing any work to verify that the patient is stable. If the nurse doesnt do her job to verify the patient is stable, then she should not be doing any real work, just making sure that the patient is stable.
Do not give your patient any heart medication that has not been confirmed by the doctor as being safe for that patient. The patient must be seen by a physician.
If your physician is on vacation, then it would be best to just call in sick and get a nurse on duty. This will save you the trouble of getting a nurse on call and then getting someone to answer the phone in the middle of the night.