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a shallow vessel used by a bedridden patient for defecation and urination

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They are three of the saddest characters ever to fall on a cow-pat, get glued to a loo seat or whacked on the bonce with a bed pan.
The exhibits are expected to include an Armitage china bed pan recovered from a s hip which sank in the Clyde in the last century.
Tenders are invited for supply,installation and commissioning of two bed pan washer disinfectors
She also posted a photograph of a person sitting on a bed pan at the hospice on her profile, which she believed was restricted to just her 380 Facebook friends but was accessible to other users of the site.
She also posted a photo of a person sitting on a bed pan at the hospice on her profile, which she believed was restricted to just her 380 Facebook friends but was accessible to other users of the site.
When Aneurin Bevan introduced the NHS he was thinking mainly of hospitals because he said that if a bed pan falls in a hospital ward the clang will be heard in Westminster.
In Allen Ward, blood was found on several pieces of equipment and faeces was discovered on a bed pan that was supposed to have been cleaned.
It is rather a bed pan humour that smacks of the depraved taste of the American website that published the article," Delhi-based satirist Vivek Saxena told Gulf News.
You would ask for a bed pan and end up with a blanket.
If he had turned up at the birth, I would probably have clocked him with a bed pan.
On one occasion I asked if a bed pan could be brought for her because she was too unwell to get to the toilet, and in the end had to get one myself and struggle unaided to lift her on to it.
A woman also reported discovering her elderly mother lying sprawled on the floor after falling off a bed pan as she tried to get comfortable because nurses ignored her bell call.
As well as living on incapacity and housing benefit, Mason relies on NHS carers to cook his food, wash and dress him, change his bed pan and ensure he does not develop deep-vein thrombosis.
His difficulties in finding the bed pan (jar) without turning on the light, his thoughts about classic films seem to be paste-ins from a journal or book of story ideas.