Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 At night, it is not so bad. But at night, sleepy mistakes make it difficult to keep people moving safely and quickly through the emergency room.
#2 I was called away to another room for a patient with chest pain. Then the paramedics brought in two patients from a motor vehicle accident. I tried to get back to the woman with the headache, but sicker people kept arriving.
#3 I was supposed to turn Ms. Lowery’s care over to the neurosurgeon on call, Dr. Davis, but I felt bad for misjudging her. She had a brain tumor, and was not in denial.
#4 I was glad I’d gone back to examine Ms. Lowery’s retinas. Sometimes it’s just doing the drill that keeps you from making a mistake. I was sure I hadn’t made any mistakes this shift.