County attorney considering charge against nurse

Mar 8, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WKYT

A county attorney says he's investigating a complaint from Kentucky State Police that a jail nurse refused to release a trooper from the facility for more than an hour.

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#21
Mar 10, 2013
 
It's simple the state boy needs to get the sand out of his vigina
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#23
Mar 10, 2013
 
well wrote:
He could have left he just had to take the inmate with him and to the hospital. Seems pretty simple to me
That's what usually happens. I think if this had not been a rookie trooper, it would have got ugly if this LPN aka wanna be nurse would not let him leave. Lesson learned for this rookie.
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Mar 10, 2013
 
ba ba black sheep wrote:
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That's what usually happens. I think if this had not been a rookie trooper, it would have got ugly if this LPN aka wanna be nurse would not let him leave. Lesson learned for this rookie.
I hope it's an LPN 'wanna be nurse' that has to save your pathetic ass one day.
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#27
Mar 11, 2013
 
Lpn's.have a lot more.clinical, and hands.on experience than RN's do just saying.
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Mar 11, 2013
 
ba ba black sheep wrote:
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The shift commander could have told the trooper they would not accept him and the inmate needed to be taken to the hospital for clearance. Not hold the trooper in the jail!!!!!
The newspaper report stated the trooper already had a clearance from a physician with him. How much more clearance would you suggest he have?
There is more to this than meets the eye
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#31
Mar 11, 2013
 
What happened? I know a nurse gave a patient lots of morphine. And the patient said he raped her. And the county attorney said there was no evidence to proscute the nurse.
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Mar 11, 2013
 
Curious wrote:
<quoted text>I hope it's an LPN 'wanna be nurse' that has to save your pathetic ass one day.
I sure hope not!! Give me a real nurse!!!
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Mar 11, 2013
 
Mr Helper wrote:
<quoted text>The newspaper report stated the trooper already had a clearance from a physician with him. How much more clearance would you suggest he have?
There is more to this than meets the eye
If that's the case, the jail had no reason at all to keep the trooper there until they gave him clearance that they would keep the inmate. The jail and the nurse should be held accountable for this.
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Mar 13, 2013
 
ba ba black sheep wrote:
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I sure hope not!! Give me a real nurse!!!
Wow u really are an idiot
ba ba black sheep

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Mar 13, 2013
 
LPN wrote:
<quoted text>Wow u really are an idiot
Nope...just honest!
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Mar 13, 2013
 
hum wrote:
Lpn's.have a lot more.clinical, and hands.on experience than RN's do just saying.
WHAT?!?!?!?! Are you seriously trying to tell me that an LPN has more experience than an RN??? Evidently you don't have a clue as to what you are talking about! The RN has to go to school longer than an LPN and also has to complete a lot more clinical hours than LPNs do.
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Mar 13, 2013
 
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WHAT?!?!?!?! Are you seriously trying to tell me that an LPN has more experience than an RN??? Evidently you don't have a clue as to what you are talking about! The RN has to go to school longer than an LPN and also has to complete a lot more clinical hours than LPNs do.
Actually an LPN completes 156 clinical hours and an RN has 120.
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#40
Mar 13, 2013
 
Oh nice, now we have a battle of the blood pressure cuff, who can pronounce the biggest diagnostic word and who's butt looks best in scrubs! Get a massive grip!
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#42
Mar 13, 2013
 
Another red dot on our county in the state house.
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#43
Mar 15, 2013
 
A Thought wrote:
Oh nice, now we have a battle of the blood pressure cuff, who can pronounce the biggest diagnostic word and who's butt looks best in scrubs! Get a massive grip!
Well mine does of course.
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#44
Mar 16, 2013
 
well wrote:
He could have left he just had to take the inmate with him and to the hospital. Seems pretty simple to me
He had already been to the hospital with him and the doctor had given medical clearance. The nurse was trying to over ride the doctor's orders. dont't think she can do that either. You are right about one point you made though, Does sound pretty simple.
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#46
Mar 25, 2013
 
There must have been something wrong or the paperwork was not in order. I do not blame the nurse for not taking resposibility for the inmate until matters where cleared up. It should have been taken care of and been in order before the trooper brought him and he wouldn't have to wait. Nothing will come of this they know they were in the wrong. If I was the nurse I'd file a complaint.
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Mar 25, 2013
 
confused wrote:
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WHAT?!?!?!?! Are you seriously trying to tell me that an LPN has more experience than an RN??? Evidently you don't have a clue as to what you are talking about! The RN has to go to school longer than an LPN and also has to complete a lot more clinical hours than LPNs do.
Actually the RNs are trained by the LPNs. The LPNs come out of school prepared with knowledge and skills. The RNs work is hard but are trained more in the art of pencil pushing,such as care plans and such to help deal with the bureaucracy of medicaid/medicare. LPNs have to have done every skill AT LEAST once to graduate while an RN is not required to. You would be surprised at how incompetent your nurse may actually be.

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Mar 25, 2013
 
disagree wrote:
<quoted text>Actually the RNs are trained by the LPNs. The LPNs come out of school prepared with knowledge and skills. The RNs work is hard but are trained more in the art of pencil pushing,such as care plans and such to help deal with the bureaucracy of medicaid/medicare. LPNs have to have done every skill AT LEAST once to graduate while an RN is not required to. You would be surprised at how incompetent your nurse may actually be.
Someone finally gettin it right..The only true differences between a RN and a LPN is 1) The pay..2)RNs have to turn the pumps on when giving blood- the other 99% of blood transfusion is done by the LPN..3) LPNs are all about skills..RNs is all about theory and chart documentation..
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