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  • Angela's And Patty's Smiling Faces
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    Maria Burrows Room 209 The rain splattered against my car windshield as I grumpily drove to work. I hated my job, working as a nurse's aide in a New York hospital. I worked in the children's section of the hospital. Every day more kids arrived, which meant I had to change more hospital beds and clean up more messes. This was not my idea of fun. The only reason I had taken the job as a nurse's aide was to make enough money to live in New York City. However, I was thankful that this job would only...
  • Room For The Night
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    Admittedly Committed All I could do was stand there and shiver. I don't know if it was the fact that all I was wearing was a hospital gown and a pair of socks or if it was the fact that I was in a mental hospital. I was standing there, waiting to be put in a room for the night and I would be reassigned in the morning. Laying down on what felt like a stone with linens thrown on it wasn't very comfortable at all. Sleep was the least of my worries at this point though; I was wondering how to stay w...
  • Dustin's Friends
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    Composition One: Narration I can remember receiving the news like it was yesterday even though it feels like a lifetime since I last heard Dustin's high pitched laugh. It's still hard for me to talk about his suicide. Even though Dustin had angelic features, such as light green eyes, dark blonde hair, and a smile that would get him out of anything, he was no angel. I remember the time he shot the windows of the bus with his B.B. gun or the time he put a flower in the ditch then gave it to the bu...
  • Susan Calls Stark
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    The book starts out with a woman, Nancy Greenly, going to the Boston Memorial Hospital because she is having an extra heavy period. After being examined, she is going to have an operation in OR room 8. Something happens during the operation, and Nancy becomes brain dead. Susan Wheeler, a medical student, is waking up for her first day in the field after two years of studying to become a medical doctor. She is very attractive with blond hair. She has blue, brown, and flecks of green in her eyes. ...
  • Patient's Rooms
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    Creative Writing: The Unforgettable Man Derek AchterfeldtEng 10110/14/96 Remembered Event Revision Being an orderly at Scottsdale Memorial Hospital was a fun job that required a strong heart. The hospital was a great place for me to experience the beauty of life and the unwanted death of humans. Throughout my year of employment at the Community Hospital, I was able to enjoy my work by interacting with many kinds of interesting patients. Without the hospital, I would have never imagined to be car...
  • Enrique's Appointment
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    The beginning of autumn It had been raining all day, and Irma had started to feel the symptoms of the flu. She always suffered during the season of allergies, and autumn always brought dust with it. At the end of the day, Enrique, her husband, came home and asked her to accompany him to Monterrey the next day. He was in the middle of a big deal of his professional career, and someone wanted him over there taking charge of his business, it was imperative he attend that appointment! It was the onl...
  • Majesty's Hospital Ship Britannic
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    The Britannic was a ship that held many achievements throughout the early 1900's. Her resume is highlighted by her unique size, her ability to assist many individuals in need, and the mystery of her destruction. The unique nature of the Britannic relates in great deal to her size. The Britannic was the largest and sister ship to the Olympic and Titanic, although it never ran on the North Atlantic. According to Gary Arnold, her structure included a double skin, giant sized lifeboat davits, and wa...
  • Air From Rooms
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    Airborne Virus Control in Hospitals There are many examples of infectious aerosols affecting occupants of health care facilities. It is expected, patients are often the main source of infectious cases, and their presence is a potential hazard to other patients and to employee. Certain infectious such as tuberculosis, chicken pox, measles, and Germen measles can be spread easily in air. Employees and visitors can also be the reason of airborne infection on patients. Airborne droplets often carry ...

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