A Tale of Marriage, Medicine and Murder


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Chapter 3: Chapter Three
"...Penny delivered carbon copies of the new orders to the pharmacy department and transcribed the changes the doctors ordered onto the Medication Administration Record on which meds were checked off as they were given. She then copied the meds and the treatments onto the Kardex, from which Report would be presented to the next shift. ..."

Chapter 7: Chapter Seven
"... Returning to the kitchen, she found her father lacing up his shoes after a nap. She emptied the medicine cabinet, helped him pick out current prescriptions, and then chauffeured him to the island pharmacy for refills. Penny placed the drugs that would be needed for the trip in her handbag. ..."

Chapter 13: Chapter Thirteen
"...“You’ll do fine; we double check the doctors’ orders and check again when pharmacy sends the drug to make sure it’s right.... But I was going to tell you about Watt—he owns an antique store and his grandson, Bud, is a total corker! Watt’s a sweetheart, but he cares more about Prader Philpot than he does about himself. He’s absolutely ..."

Chapter 15: Chapter Fifteen
"... called the supervisor. “I’ll get another one from pharmacy, but you’ll have to make out an incident report,” Leroy Crouch told her. That stuff can explode if it’s dropped or gets hot. The reason we keep it locked up is because addicts like to sniff it.” By 5 a.m., after 12 mgs ..."

"...pharmacysitated, remembering the times she and Johnny enjoyed going to college football games using the hospital’s passes for box seats because of Puckett’s generosity and his friendship with her husband. “I can’t pull medicines; I don’t know where they keep the drugs anymore. I can do the nursing ..."
"...pharmacygrove, an agency nurse acting as evening supervisor, handed Penny the keys to pharmacy and Central Supply and gave her a list of PRN nurses who might fill in if someone called out sick. With a voice of authority, Joan read names on the hospital’s census, clicking her ballpoint ..."
"... and wouldn’t even let her go back to get her purse!” Joan guided Penny through Central Supply like she owned the place. She pointed out frequently-used items and showed Penny how to charge them out, then they entered the pharmacy. “Mr. Puckett said one of the ER nurses will help you, ..."
"...The weekend pharmacy tech, already at work, pointed out the alphabetical arrangement of medicines and how they were separated by routes of administration. Those requiring refrigeration were in a climate-controlled section along one wall, and the narcotics were locked up in a separate room at the back. “If you have trouble ..."
"...pharmacyay home on Saturday night, Penny reviewed the events of her day. Only one nurse called out for night shift, and a nurse on duty suggested someone who wanted overtime who agreed to come in and work. There were a few tense hours in ER when a grey, ..."
"... the same on South Station, but the overhead speaker paged her to call ER. “We have incoming traffic,” the nurse who had helped Penny find drugs in pharmacy told her. “The EMT says they’re bringing us two DFOs.” Penny searched her brain as she sauntered to Emergency. She knew UFO but ..."

"...pharmacye June 1, 1992 this hospital will no longer provide security. Each House Supervisor will be issued a .38 caliber revolver and 24 rounds of ammunition will be stored in the pharmacy. In addition to routine nursing duties, House Supervisors will rotate the patrolling of the hospital grounds. ..."
"... from her second stroke. Penny’s patient, Nealy Logan, had a systemic infection and was to receive a four-hour antibiotic, but his IV had infiltrated. The day-shift nurse told them that she had been waiting to restart it until pharmacy sent the medicine. Maria stuck her head into the ..."

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"Margaret McMillion's PERSONAL BAGGAGE is a very entertaining story of professional life within a corrupt medical community, and the toll..."

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