Overheard today in the Trauma M&M, whilst discussing arterial injuries from a buckshot blast at close range:
Vascular Surgeon: "They teach you the five "P's" in med school: pallor, pulselessness, pain and so on, but I usually just skip all that and go right to the Charmin Test. I give the leg a squeeze and see how soft it feels."
And looky here, Nurse K posted this, and I just love it. So I'm stealing it shamelessly and reposting!
I hope this is me in 65 years. Except maybe with different skills. I can't play any instruments to save my life.