You adapt by going to the ER for Imitrex, Maxalt, pain meds and non-productive days off (with breakfast in bed, but keep the lights off)...
I would much rather smell old lady/man perfume then rotten body odor.
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On Oct 22, 2012, at 8:11 AM, Jose Serrat <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Even if it is bodersome I think we have to swallow it either we like it ir not. we have to respect the patient autonomy, he is not being disrepectful to you. Under no law or any regulation or any hospital policie we will find our right to refuse doing an study because of the patient's smell. Come on, I will put.a.mask on (wich i.doubt) and do my patient and.call it an experience. If it is.a.perfume it cant be that bad, I am impressed with those that can deal better with a gangrenous limb. I take my hat off.On Oct 19, 2012 5:09 PM, "Lisa Mekenas" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:To unsubscribe or search other topics on UVM Flownet link to: http://list.uvm.edu/archives/uvmflownet.htmlSorry...I will say it-- suck it up or get a job in a research cube where you can wall yourself into your own environment. The workplace and public spaces are for everyone, the few should adapt. I have wished for showers in ERs so I didn't have to get exposed to all the scabies, fleas and crawly/microscopic things the patient brought in with them. Gloves,gowns.masks and saniwipes.
If this my biggest dilemma-perfume and cats- I can wake up everyday with a really big smile on my face!
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