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  • Why keep her away? She was making sure he was okay.

    Submitted by jvclark2 on Sep 11, 10 at 2:32pm
    • Because nursing MAJORS and premeds generally have no clue what they're doing, despite the fact that they think they do.

      Submitted by TMedStud on Sep 11, 10 at 3:32pm
      • It doesn't take a genius to check and calculate a person's pulse. In a more serious situation this person could have seriously endangered the friend by refusing help.

        Submitted by iloveyoulongtime on Sep 12, 10 at 3:11am
  • Cockblocking the incapacitated? Really? What a good friend.

    Submitted by bluegirl25 on Sep 11, 10 at 2:31pm
  • Thanks !!! Dink !!!

    Submitted by CheezeDetector on Sep 11, 10 at 3:24pm
  • hahaha does this happen to be about jungle cat girl?

    Submitted by littlej69 on Sep 29, 10 at 2:37pm
  • So true, TMedStud. My two best friends are a nursing student and a nurse with 8 years under her belt. The 8yr nurse does a lot of eye rolling at the n00b....

    Submitted by Valkyrie on Sep 12, 10 at 8:25am
  • I would hate to be a patient and have her shaky alcohol withdrawn hands taking blood from my arm

    Submitted by ck24 on Sep 11, 10 at 3:57pm
  • Nurses aren't trained in phlebotomy.\nThey don't take blood..

    Submitted by kaylovely on Sep 13, 10 at 2:45am
    • Odd, I've had nurses take my blood on two separate occasions. Once when the person who was supposed to do it couldn't find a vein and once when the guy who was doing it messed up and jammed the needle all the way through the vein.

      Submitted by ChibiChibi on Sep 14, 10 at 1:00am
  • Was it Erin?!

    Submitted by bigmikeystyle on Sep 12, 10 at 7:15am
  • Yeahmetoo: nurses don't prescribe meds anyways dumbass

    Submitted by YUh8n on Jun 1, 12 at 5:43am
  • GOING to school for nursing and ACTUALLY BEING a nurse are two completely different things. I wouldn't let someone who was going to school for nursing prescribe me medications. They can take my pulse, but they're vitals and IV people, not doctors.

    Submitted by YeahMeToo on Sep 16, 10 at 1:01am