TRAUMATIC CALL
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I’m on my morning duty assigned as “6er” pronounced as sekser which means “all around” having no permanent section but serves as a floater helping my other colleagues who might need help . In case traumatic alarm calls, I’m the one who is in-charge taking blood samples from the emergency room. This is the case I hated most because of long waiting time for patients who are going to be admitted. And I usually need to wait outside the door before the patient comes from the site of accidents. As soon as patients arrive at the ER, I’m ready to extract blood and have to make sure to identify patients with correct name and date of birth. Right now I’m sitting here and waiting for that stress call to come but I’m hoping that it will not happen during my working period NO… NOT YET… AND HOPE IT WILL NEVER COMES…at least not on my duty hours.

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