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Today there is no common sense in healthcare.  The
hospitals facilities are filled with protocol which emphasis is focus on using
technology to maintain accurate patient records. Nurses are more focus on
protocol checklist than patient care. It seems they are robotic as oppose to
caring individuals. The idea of bedside manners and common sense seems as
things of the past.  The sad thing is that most nurses are now more
fearful of losing their job if they miss an entry on the computer records than
on observing the patients needs. So if you ever have to be hospitalized, make
sure you have a family member to be your advocate with common sense.

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