This week - On the Ward
do paramedics always want to start a conversation with you when you
are being cut from wreckage? (Contributed
the only people in hospital whose conditions ought to be described
as stable be those in the mortuary? (Contributed
by Tim Main)
save money should hospitals hire hypnotists to make patients think
they've had their operations? (Contributed by
a hospital why do they wake you up to give you a sleeping tablet?
(Contributed by Alex Petty)
you don't know your blood type when you need a blood transfusion they
use Type O blood. Does it make you feel secure knowing that your life
may depend on hospitals finding typeos? (Contributed
by Don F.)
it marvelous how hospital food can be made to look almost real?
(Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
Just what is it that we have to admit to when we check into a hospital? Otherwise they wouldn't have those 'Admitting Desks' now, would they? (Contributed by Don F.)
Dr F. "Admissions" is a enquiry resource. I use it myself as a Doctor. Only the other day I approached the desk with several admissions of mine. That I once wore my sisters knickers, and another time I lost a Tic Tac up the eye of my penis.
come the patient furthest away from the nurse's station rings the
call bell more often than the patient nearest to the nurse's station?
(Contributed by Mr. FBI)
come each cubicle in hospital emergency areas have a blood pressure
tester hanging on the wall by the bed, yet every nurse that comes
and tests your blood pressure, always brings their own? (Contributed
by Don F.)
the reason you don't receive hospitality in some hospitals because
they are always out of it, like they are out of everything? (Contributed