I’ve had plenty of bad days in nursing, but one, I will never forget. My patient was 35 years young and was admitted for an abscess on his mitral valve likely acquired from antibiotic resistant strep throat. Through the course of his stay we became extremely close. Unlike other memorable patients, his life coincided with my life. Of note, when you are a nurse, and you have issues in your personal life you tend to grow closer to your patients. Perhaps you are looking for reason or direction, or you’re just trying to bury your feelings in anything other than your own life, but either way, your connection deepens. I made a will with him before he went to surgery. I googled the state law, printed off a template, sat with him and talked about his wishes. His chances of dying were very high and he did. The day he died, I was assigned two patients because we were “just withdrawing care” on him. Later in the shift, another nurse picked up my other patient because I refused to let him die alone while I cared for someone else. I was the only person in the room with him when he completely flat lined; his family said their goodbyes prior to me turning off his life prolonging treatment. So I sat with him as his soul departed and his once perfect heart, ceased to beat. I cleaned him, disconnected his lines, pulled his chest tubes, extubated him, washed his face, tied a toe tag on him, put a clean white sheet over his body, said a prayer, and rolled him into a plastic bag by myself. There is no feeling in the world that can duplicate putting a human life into a cold body bag. So many thoughts and feelings race through your mind - anger, sadness, numbness, and sometimes relief that the pain is over. I went home after he died and cried while sitting on my porch, staring at the sun that opted to show its rays for the first time in months. Two hours later, I went back to admit another surgery patient, tears behind my eyes, smile in front •
There are so many lessons to learn from this, but this is why nurses deserve the world. And don’t forget, I do nothing compared to others, I just happen to write about it. Read more about this day - link in bio 💕 #nurseabnormalities *
Добрый вечер девочки💋😍👍
Коррекция межбровной зоны! Иногда достаточно небольшое количество препарата, и иньецирование всего одной зоны-взгляд становится более открытым и лицо ,,свежим’’
В данном случае использовался препарат Dysport💉 в разведении концентрат !
💖⠀Будьте здоровыми и красивыми. Ваш Доктор Анна Невельская.😘
Sometimes I feel like I’ve lived 1000 different lives and when I think I’ve told someone everything, I relive moments I had temporarily forgotten. I did that tonight and as I was speaking, the emotions hit me like I experienced the traumatic events last weekend. But although I’ve been through a lot, I have to admit, I’ve gained so much resilience. Resilience is what grad school is about in my opinion and is one of the reasons I love my class so much - they are resilient, nurses are resilient. Battling school, life, and nursing, is all about learning how to cope, or rather, resilience. And it is why I believe people who have never endured hardship, will absolutely crumble from the slit of a paper cut. My story was like a prime time drama, meaning, my hardships 100% awakened me after 10 years or so, but I was given a life changing moment. I don’t know how or why exactly, but I was lucky. In my opinion, nothing could ever be more difficult than what I’ve already gone through, therefore, God or the universe, or something, blessed me with resilience. And here I am today. Great healthcare providers, especially nurses, are resilient and their care is reflective of their struggles (consider the wounded healer concept.) Use your struggles and what you have learned to help others and heal by teaching resilience. So the point of this post is to reassure you - I know life is unimaginably tough, but so are you, you are resilient as hell, so just keep going ❤️ ❤️
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