I can't do my patient round alone because all my patients speak only Inuktitut.
So we got started around 10 am ,I had 4 people with blood work which I got to draw in each their houses then go back to the clinic,
then put it in the centrifuge then use the pipette to put in another tube and print the tags from the computer (very slow computer)And pack them for transport.
My first patient was asleep ,so it was easy.I'll come back later.
But when I got to Kinisiassie she was still in bed,which
is very unusual for her and she was very short of breath and very distressed (look like CHF and
pneumonia combined)I call to the First Responder then I follow them to the clinic and the doctor decided to transfer her away.Poor thing.
Then I hear that one of my patient who had been in jailed in Montréal for a couple of weeks
was back at her sister's place had not taken her meds and was shitting all over!!!What a great call
in the morning!!!
The only good thing was that when I went to check on my little RA lady with pneumonia,
she was out shopping at the COOP.
My little Evie is now going up and down the stairs so we took her bed out of the living room.
What a day!
I hear from Taraq that new moon days are always a little crazy........