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Today's Twitterings.

So, what did you say had been happening today?


  • 20:32 Why is my taxi always late? >:(
  • 20:34 Yes! ...wait, no. That's not my taxi, that's the neighbours.
  • 20:39 This isn't a taxi, it's a truck.
  • 20:41 Uuuergh speeding truck. He's all FAST slow FAST slow stop FAST slow FAST stop.
  • 20:53 Urgh nauseous now. And the ward don't know about the TTA? O_o
  • 21:05 ...I can't read this prescription, it's illegible. ;_; Oramorph?
  • 21:19 ...off home now.
  • 21:49 Aaaand at last here I am. Brantham looks well swanky since I was last on there! And the top of my foot hurtss. *baww*

...and finally, the weather. Today in the east of England, the weather will be outside (and probably frickin' cold again).
This has been your pre-set broadcast of Keaalu's twitterings for today. We now take you back to the scheduled broadcast.

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_silverfox
Mar. 23rd, 2009 03:54 pm (UTC)
Oramorph?

Well, since I doubt there are medicines to affect prayers ... something to change your mouth?! ... Eeep! ;)
keaalu
Mar. 24th, 2009 01:36 pm (UTC)
Heeh! :D

(Oramorph is "Oral morphine"; waaaay back when I started this job and had only been at Uni for a year, I thought it was mouthwash. ¬_¬)
jill_dragon
Mar. 23rd, 2009 09:54 pm (UTC)
I've often wondered how pharmasists can read some of those precriptions. Take my doctor's writing for instance, I can barely make out individual letters much less read the complicated names of the drugs. How to you do it? Do you guys have little handwirrting decoder in there tih you? :D
keaalu
Mar. 24th, 2009 01:44 pm (UTC)
Luckily, there's only a limited number of drugs to choose from, so if you know roughly what a person's being treated for, you can work out what the thing says. Some ARE impossible, though, we have to cross-reference what they came in on and what's in their notes and so on (and phone their GP if we have to). :( And hospital pharmacy is worse because all our prescriptions are hand-written (at the moment).

I swear, you have to be a graphologist to do this job. *headdesk*
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