Sara Fitzgerald also interact with the rest family the same way afterwards, fusing and uptight about the decisions the family was making while Kate was in the hospital. Moreover Sara was trying to do what she thought was best for Kate health, while Anna was doing what Kate wanted, even though she didn't what to let go of her sister too. The dad Brian Frizgrald would talk with his kids and try to see each si... ... middle of paper ... ...elp sister, and never ask, but that wasn't the case. Even-though Anna was just doing what her sister told he to do, she develop a way to speak for her self and have control over her own body. That wasn't because she didn't want to help her sister, but it also was away she started to believe she can't help sister all the time, due to that fact she was dying.
I want to be apart of saving someone 's life just like my grandmothers nurse saved her life. When my grandmother had a stroke, she had to be in the hospital for like two weeks. Her blood pressure would be going up and down and her sugar levels would not want to stay stable either. The nurse she had her name was rachel, she had the biggest smiles I had ever seen. She loved my grandmother she would come and chat with us anytime she could.
For instance, to save herself from dying, she stayed home from school. This to some readers may not be a big deal, but Sam had a younger sister, Izzy. Some readers may find their siblings annoying and try to eschew them; nevertheless, Izzy was never testy to Sam. Therefore, when Sam stayed home, she agreed to let Izzy stay home with her. While spending the day together, Sam did whatever Izzy wanted to do.
She was still worried about me, a mother to the end. During our conversation I mentioned that when I left her I was going to have dinner with my cousin Alison and friend Keith and she told me, albeit with some degree of difficulty, to VAMOOSE. She wanted me to be off enjoying myself. We had a wonderful visit talked about upcoming events in both our lives. I asked her if she was discouraged and she replied, “no”, a trooper to the end.
They left my sister and I stayed at home. They took her to the emergency room while me and my sister watched TV and I played on the laptop. While we were having the time of our lives without our parents waiting to see if she was going to be ok. It may seem like we do not care, but we were worried. That is not fun just sitting around and waiting to hear if your Grandma is going to be ok. Later on, my father had come home to tell us was that because of the fall that she may have hurt her hip.
Ellen’s mother recognized this issue, and payed for Ellen’s treatment. This allowed Ellen to stay on her path toward recovery, and stated “What would I have done without my mother’s support?” (Forney, 230). Similarly, in Depression, Allie’s mother is the sole reason that she decides to seek help. She went to the doctor so her mother would quit crying, as she stated “If I go to a doctor, will you quit making that sound?” (Brosh, 69). Although her mother did not recommend going to the doctor directly, she encouraged the suggestion, resulting in Allie’s doctor’s appointment.
She would smile at me and say “It’s fine give me one more”. She didn’t have night shift nurse so my mom would sleep with her to help her needs like giving her water, bread, etc..; one night my Mom asked me to help her out and sleep with my Granny. It was midnight and she called up on me and said “Hamed I want to set, help me”, so I woke up and said “Uff! Okay”. I helped her, gave her a glass of water and told her to go to sleep its midnight.
“When I enter the surgery room the main doctor advise me to sit down and wait, but I could not stop walking around, which made my wife hit me and force me to take her hand on my own. After a few minutes I could no longer stand up. It was certainly shocking how a woman can give birth to a child.” When the surgery ended Felipe was instructed to wait in the room that soon his wife would be on, while the doctors and nurses cleaned up his baby boy and his wife. When they finished transferring the baby and Yesenia to the room, Yesenia was instructed on how to give the baby milk and preceded to do so. Afterwards, the baby was moved to the area in where all new born are.
Many wore the finest fabrics paired with a collar to protect them from the sun. (Dyer) With the various layers, upper-class women needed maids to help them dress. In the 1860s, skirts were flat and the day dresses had pagoda sleeves and a high neckline. (“Victorian Era Life in England. Victorians Society & Daily Life.”) By 1870, the tea-gowns were used for casual gatherings.
I learned about the trust and respect a nurse must have when treating patients. I know my grandfather was fearful at times but my mother and his care giver were there to easy his pain and worries. I found that a lot of inspiration for my career in nursing came from my grandfather’s care giver. A woman who didn’t have do anything more than tend to his wounds and give him medicine but chose to care about who he was and how he was doing. She also took the time to get to know and care about my grandfather’s surrounding family.