But the problem is that patients disregard or forget about the "no fragrances"
policy warning...especially when they show up for their appointments drenched
in fragrance and are seen anyway without hesitation. If the policy exists, it
must be consistently enforced.
If you have a properly fitted, high-quality particulate mask, it will help at least
somewhat--I used to do it all the time with my most odiferous patients. I
worked at a metropolitan county medical center, so I know all about odiferous
patients. Also, the front desk can give a heads-up before they are roomed and
foul the air and your mucous membranes.
Jose-- yes, it CAN be that bad. And, I'm not one who usually gets headaches,
and I wear perfume all the time. I can't give my patients my best effort with an
icepick in my head.
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