It’s your third night in a row. One patient is short of breath, one threw up all over themselves, and another is demanding pain medication an hour early. Your hands are clenched on your shift papers, your head throbbing. This may be a moment where you want to throw up your hands and leave, but you can’t because you care too much about your patients. If anxiety rated on a Richter scale, yours would measure a 10.
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