What we’ve all learned to do with the CDC…

copingnurse:

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comedycentral:

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WHEN WE’RE BASICALLY JUST PROLONGING MY PATIENT’S DEATH BUT SHE IS STILL A FULL CODE

whatshouldwecallnursing:

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When I found out a family member gave the patient insulin “to help raise the blood sugar”

whatshouldwecallparamedicine:

I’m like…

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*I then explained what insulin is for. 

Watching actors do limp CPR on TV

nursingistheshit:

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humanrightswatch:

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cranquis:

brighid45:

npr:

No, Seriously, How Contagious Is Ebola?


Comparisons like this make my sarcastic doctor brain wonder:
"How many of the people actively freaking out online about Ebola are also anti-vaxxers who freak out about the measles/mumps vaccines?"

cranquis:

brighid45:

npr:

No, Seriously, How Contagious Is Ebola?

Comparisons like this make my sarcastic doctor brain wonder:

"How many of the people actively freaking out online about Ebola are also anti-vaxxers who freak out about the measles/mumps vaccines?"

micdotcom:

Here’s why you shouldn’t fear an Ebola outbreak in America 

The Ebola virus is scary: It’s a deadly disease that’s been built up in the American imagination as an unseen, incurable killer that could bring the U.S. to its knees. Between reports that 3,300 people died in West Africa’s Ebola outbreak, eerie photos of Sierra Leone’s desperate attempt to control the virus and now news that nearly 100 people may have been exposed to the virus in the Dallas area, it’s easy to understand why many Americans are so concerned.
But this image macro, published by the New Republic’s Rebecca Leber, shows why you shouldn’t panic.
The media’s obsession is fueling the fire | Follow micdotcom

micdotcom:

Here’s why you shouldn’t fear an Ebola outbreak in America 

The Ebola virus is scary: It’s a deadly disease that’s been built up in the American imagination as an unseen, incurable killer that could bring the U.S. to its knees. Between reports that 3,300 people died in West Africa’s Ebola outbreak, eerie photos of Sierra Leone’s desperate attempt to control the virus and now news that nearly 100 people may have been exposed to the virus in the Dallas area, it’s easy to understand why many Americans are so concerned.

But this image macro, published by the New Republic’s Rebecca Leber, shows why you shouldn’t panic.

The media’s obsession is fueling the fire | Follow micdotcom