Thursday, July 15, 2010

While the kids get ready for breakfast

I'd like to thank my reader Greg for sending this.

20 comments:

RehabNurse said...

ROFL!!

Oh, I love it! He must be an anesthesia guy.

Don't worry...I don't thing the lady will even notice the broken leg.

Darned asystole!

skidmark said...

I know that orthopedic surgeon. He is one of the greatest sawboneses (is that the correct plural construction?) - never had a patient die on the table or post-surgically. Never!

But then again .....

stay safe.

Kate said...

bwhahahahahah! This is freaking awesome!

SumDood said...

That's hilarious! It's well written, too. You start by thinking one's the idiot, then realize it's the other way around. Too funny!

Old MD Girl said...

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Mother said...

There really isn't much blood loss in asystole. Having done a few "operations" on those patients (usually beginning with the classic Y incision), I can tell you they just sort of...seep.

SBG23 said...

question: How do you hide a 100 dollar bill from an orthopaedic surgeon?

Answer: Put it in the patient's chart.

Bwah hahahahaha!

Dr. Dad said...

Dr. G, do you know what the "PMA" is? I learned that during my rotation in ortho as a med student. It's the "point of maximal auscultation." You listen in just one place, sort of over the left lower ribs, for the heart, lungs and stomach (and anything else). Actually, that's just for the ortho med students because the ortho docs never used a stethoscope.

krystina said...

hilarious! but speaking of hand surgeons, we just had a digit reattachment and I got to be the master of leech therapy.

Jeremy said...

Did you pull the link? I don't see anything underneath your text Dr. Grumpy, and I feel like I'm going to enjoy it when I can finally see it :)

EMT GFP said...

Jeremy, if you are using Safari it doesn't show up. If you use Firefox it will show up. (I had the same problem).

That was awesome!!!

Anonymous said...

I think someone related to him works in our personnel department....

NP Odyssey said...

Funny, must show docs at work.

Anonymous said...

But Asystole is the most stable rhythm!!!

I need to share this with my unit...we might all pee our pants laughing though.

Anonymous said...

Oh, I love it. Perpetuating the stereotype of orthopods, which may or may not be firmly based on reality...

Anonymous said...

OMG, hysterically funny!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

temp of 29 degree's!?
I'm not a medical person, but that sounded dead and stone cold to me!
Human body temp is about 95 degree Farenheit to be normal!

Anonymous said...

Love it.. It's July - that means new Residents and this sooo rings true!

Anonymous said...

I love the responses from the female character! Very funny indeed! :)

Anonymous said...

Actually cried with laughter.
Thanks, that made my day!

 
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