10 Tips From A Nurse On How Not To Get Sick, 10 Funny Nurse-To-Patient Miscommunications. Advertising Policy That Smell – Lynyrd Skynyrd He's not sure whether it's love he's feeling, but there's some kind of fever that's "burning, burning" in his loin area. Answer: "Oh My My" by Ringo Starr (1973) is about how dancing is the perfect prescription for what ails you. Don't you love how some people think they're all that and a bag of chips? Here is a list of songs, suggested by nurses, to inspire you, comfort you, or make you smile. She has three kids but one is an asthmatic so my husband and I have taken him because he's at such high risk being exposed to her. Sometimes when we’re listening to the radio, we feel as though an artist is talking directly to us. Authors The tune describes the heroism of tolerating neverending chemo treatments and being frequently poked with needles. Free Photos via Pixabay, Free Domain, modified by FlourishAnyway. – Oasis: Handover song/priapism, Dressed for success – Roxette: Discharged patients, What About Me – Moving Pictures: Category 4/5 patients in waiting room, It’s All Been Done – Barenaked Ladies: When a nurse has done your work for you (doctors), Rollin’ Like a River – Credence Clearwater Revival: Rolling off NART stretcher onto bed/urinary incontinence, Should I Stay or should I go – The Clash: Patients in waiting room, Disease – Matchbox 20: Infectious patients, Catch my disease – Ben Lee: Patients who cough in your face/isolation room, Patience – Guns n Roses: Whingeing relatives/patients, Reach Out – The Four Tops: Transferring patient’s via patslide, Achy Breaky Heart – Billy Ray Cyrus: Chest pain, Cheap Wine – Cold Chisel: Intoxicated patients, Knocking on heaven’s door – Guns n Roses: Bed 30/Code 4 song, Rescue Me – Aretha Franklin: Rescue truck, Pump It Harder – Black Eyed Peas: Cardiac arrest, Looking out my backdoor – Credence Clearwater Revivial: PR check/polyps, Cuts like a knife – Bryan Adams: Chest tube/self harm, I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight – Cutting Crew: Self explanatory, Electric Blue – Icehouse: Song for VF arrests, Burn For You – John Farnham: Burns patients, Should Have Known Better – Richard Marx: Patients who have accidents/Drink drivers/unplanned pregnancies, The Key – Urban Cookie Collective: Buzzing for blue keys, Ring of Fire – Johnny Cash: Haemmorhoids/7/7 history of diarrhoea, Suspicious Minds – Elvis: Paranoid schizophrenics, Survivor – Destiny’s Child: Patients surviving arrests, They don’t care about us – Michael Jackson: Patients in waiting room, We’re Not Gonna Take It – Twisted Sister: Patient refusing meds, You’re The Voice (try and understand it) – John Farnham: Expressive dysphasia, Bring Me To Life – Evanesence: Arrested patients/heroin OD, I Want Candy – Aaron Carter: Hypoglycaemic patients, Hit Me With Your Best Shot – Pat Benatar: Gun shot wound/IM injection, Listen to your heart – Roxette: Heart auscultation, Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground) – Jackson 5: Seizures, You’re so Vain – Carly Simon: Venipuncture/cannulation, I’m Not Crazy – Matchbox 20: Delusions of grandeur, Wake Up – Arcade Fire: Trying to rouse patient with decreased LOC, Pins & Needles – Killing Heidi: Spinal Trauma/stroke, The Remedy – Jason Mraz: Patients wanting symptomatic relief, Cigarettes Will Kill You – Ben Lee: Emphysema/COPD, You fucked up my life – Blink 182: Psych patients/unsuccessful resuscitation, Oxygen’s Gone – Die Trying: Respiratory arrest, Shout – Tears for Fears: Demented screamers/waiting room, I Gotcha – Jimmy Barnes: Security guard catching scheduled patients, We Don’t Need Another Hero – Tina Turner: GS song, Joyride – Roxette: Ambulance psych patient transfer, Quit Playing Games with my Heart – Backstreet Boys: Cardioversion song, Razors Edge – ACDC: Self-harm/Bearded lady, The Wheels on the bus go round and round: Ambulances, Hit me baby one more time – Britney Spears: Alleged Assault, I Believe I Can Fly – R. Kelly: Suicidal jumpers, Tubthumping (I get knocked down) – Chumbawumba: Alleged assault/Ped vs car, Vertigo – U2: Dizzy patients/Meniere’s disease, I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For – U2: Sudden loss of vision, Because I Got High – Afro man: Patients on illicit drugs, Flashdance (What a feeling) – Irene Cara: Post Morphine/Ketamine administration, I Will Survive – Glora Gaynor: Patient vs NFR order, Saltwater – Julian Lennon: When someone squirts saline in your face, Start me up – Rolling Stones: Starting IV infusion, Get Up – Technotronic: Mobilising patients with back pain/getting patients to ward, From a Distance – Bette Midler: The Bryan Byers song (because he can’t see!