A Double Dose of Dilaudid

Real Stories from a Small-Town ER
Narrated by: Donna Postel
Length: 4 hrs and 33 mins
4 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Welcome to a small-town Emergency Room in rural Ohio. While it's true our ER doesn't see the stabbing and gunshot action ERs see in inner cities, we have no shortage of the sad, the scary, the painful, and the just plain dumb.

With more than 20 stories, things ER workers want to say to patients, and Emergency Room bingo, A Double Dose of Dilaudid will take you on a joyride to the funnier side of the ER. See what a bored husband did to get out of a date night with his wife, find out what happens when you try to make your own meth, and hear about items men and women have inserted in their bodies.

©2015 Kerry Hamm (P)2016 Tantor

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feels like author can't stay on the same subject <br />

it feels as if the story jumps around a bit the chapters aren't organized and some are too short. In chapter 48 you reference "Ambulance driver " there are 4 classifications of pre-hospital emergency medical services and they all have driving an ambulance as a job requirement. To us it's the equivalent of calling a nurse a bed pan changer. (In case you were wondering I am currently a Paramedic but every medic was an EMT at one time).

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