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...s and move his extremities. The mother and the friends were so happy because he opened his eyes and started responding to their commands. The patient’s son kept telling his father to hug him and stay by him.
By far that was the first case that I got really attached to the patient affirmed me that I really want to be a nurse to help patients and advocate for them and their families. Even though I felt hopeless and did not know what to do at that moment with the patient’s family, but I know I made his family feel better. His friends told the nurse that I did a great job by encouraging them to talk to him and made them feel better by the things that I was telling them. Even though I did not give them any hopes because I did not know what was going with the patient. I told them to pray for him because god will always listen and will not leave his kids hanging like that.
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