A Tale of Marriage, Medicine and Murder


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Chapter 11: Chapter Eleven
"...“Flossie Mae,” Mrs. Gwen added, “telemetry patients are cared for by South Station nurses, but Unit nurses are responsible for their monitors: replacing batteries, electrodes, and lead wires as needed to maintain a readable pattern on their screens. Call me if you need anything, Penny—I’m supervising today.” ..."
"...When the loud alarm sounded at bed seven, she looked at Mr. Aceworth’s heart pattern on the screen above the desk. My God! Either his electrodes were off or his heart had stopped! Penny started running before she was out of her chair, sending it crashing backward. Her heart knocked about in her chest as she stumbled to the bed and stared down at the still, ashy-faced man, who only a minute ago ..."
"... Penny. “Dr. Scales didn’t want to write one,” Penny said as she tore open the plastic pack containing two pre-lubricated pads and positioned them on her patient’s chest. Avoiding chest compressions, she connected the defibrillator’s three monitor leads to his electrodes. Dr. ..."
"... the electrical discharge. Everyone watched the screen as the blip of the shock flattened to a straight line, stretching on and on. “Are all the electrodes connected?” Dr. Lawrence felt for the carotid pulse. “Go on up,” he told Penny. “Finish it out.” Penny repeated the ..."

Chapter 20: Chapter Twenty
"...Suddenly the monitor alarm sounded. Then the ventilator alarm blared. All three nurses dashed to Buck’s bedside. His screen displayed a straight line. Penny pressed the electrodes against his chest, but they were already in contact. His face was pale grey, and she could not locate his carotid pulse. ..."

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