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Nursing2015

May 2003, Volume 33 Number 5 , p 81 - 81

Author

  • EILEEN HIGGINS DRISCOLL RN

Abstract

© 2003 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc. Volume 33(5)             May 2003             p 81 Big city job, small town touch [MOMENTS]

DRISCOLL, EILEEN HIGGINS RN

Eileen Higgins Driscoll of Escondido, Calif., is a retired RN.

TRAUMATIC INJURIES weren't a usual part of my day. As a company nurse working in a Chicago skyscraper, I treated mainly minor ailments and provided health education to employees. One morning, however, I found myself immersed in an unusual situation when an employee rushed in to tell me that someone had been hit by a taxi in front of our building.

I grabbed a first-aid kit and rushed outside. After breaking through the small crowd that had gathered, I found a well-dressed woman lying on the pavement with her head in a pool of blood.

She was conscious, so I identified myself as a nurse. I told her to lie still and not to move her head and neck. ...

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