No one (at least no one I know) looks forward to having a colonoscopy. But I’ll tell you what… this one is hilarious. Lou Rawls and Damon Wayans in a funny video classic. Combine a heavy, rough-around-the-edges nurse, a disco ball, and a colonoscope. Just the look on Damon Wayans’ face is priceless.
Patients already say some funny things during conscious sedation, what if Lou Rawls was putting you under like this? Imagine the things you’d say.
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What if some popular musicians went to medical school or nursing school? First of all, they would’ve made a lot less money and would’ve had a lot less debt starting out. But that’s beside the point. The real question is… how would a health care background have changed their stage names?
A tad cheesy, but we have plenty more coming out in Part 2. Got some of your own? Post a comment below (no patient identifiers, no copyrighted material, and we can do with it whatever we want). Or, just let us know your favorite. Post a comment now.
This is a legitimate scale for stool quality
I take no issue with describing stool quality for medical purposes. I take no issue with graphic representation of those qualities. And, I take no issue with creating a scale for easier communication between doctors, nurses, and other health care providers.
I do, however, take issue with the fact that it reads like a breakfast menu…
Lewis SJ, Heaton KW (1997), “Stool form scale as a useful guide to intestinal transit time”, Scand. J. Gastroenterol. 32(9): 920–4, PMID 9299672
SCOE 10X – The Odor Eliminator – for Types 2 through 6 :)
Check out this funny med school graduation speech… He touches on several disciplines and subspecialties, several personality types, and a bunch of doctor jokes. He also makes a serious comment that is right up GiggleMed’s alley – about combining empathy and (appropriate) humor when caring for patients.
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Here’s a small sample:
We made this funny warning label from the service offered by this warning label generator. It’s easy to do… no skills needed… and it’s free. Make a funny medical warning label and send it to us. If we like it, we’ll post it. (No patient identifiers, no copyrighted material, and we can do with it whatsoever we darn well please).
ET's pinpoint pupils in the ER prompt a tox screen
It has been said by middle school boys throughout the states, that ET’s eyes were so big because he was actually sitting on his own family jewels. That’s all well and good, but what is little known now, is that ET has become heavily reliant on opiates for pain control. Thus, the pinpoint pupils.
This, of course, is another real CT scan… this time, it’s an obese lady’s scan, just below the hips. The femurs on either side make up ET’s pupils.
Got a funny radiology image?… Send it our way. (No patient identifiers, no copyrights, and we can do with it whatever we want.)
Get ready to laugh your glutei off…
Medical humor has a new face. GiggleMed.com has not only changed it’s look, but also the many ways to reach you. The main site is now in blog format, so you can get all of your favorite health care humor, nursing jokes, and doctor funnies in many different ways…
Because of the blog format, you can subscribe to the RSS feeds to bring the laughter directly to you. Just click on the RSS button in the upper left, on top of the side bar. You can pick up the latest posts in your favorite reader or even on your home page.
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