A Tale of Marriage, Medicine and Murder


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Chapter 9: Chapter Nine
"... crying. “What happened over here?” Penny asked her. “I’ll tell you, but first I need to hang a piggyback. Why don’t you chart your stick, and then I’ll walk you back to Oncology. I want to go down to the cafeteria anyway.” Maria had left by the time the nurse from Fourth ..."

"... I’ll try and find some for you, Nealy.” Penny restarted Mr. Logan’s IV, hung the piggyback, and set it to infuse while listening to Carina cough and sneeze in the staff lounge. On the sixth sneeze, Penny excused herself from Mr. Logan’s room. In the lounge, Carina rummaged in her tote ..."
"...who could see into Flossie Mae’s room from her bed, kept motioning for her daughter to come to her room. Penny had stopped three times for Flossie Mae to go hug her mother, so it was after midnight when she finished and checked Mr. Logan’s antibiotic. The piggyback infusion was completed and Penny clamped it off, recorded his midnight vital signs, and administered his sleeping pill. She returned to 408 where Flossie Mae was describing her son to the security guards. ..."

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