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

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distributor of Hygie's Hygienic Cover System which includes single-use, biodegradable, commode, bedpan, emesis and urinal covers to help reduce the spread of C.
Dawn Henry, 36, who worked on a children's ward at Leeds General Infirmary, also complained about the smell of a seven-year-old boy she left on a bedpan.
So maybe, at the age of 78, it's time for Bernie to retire to a nursing home, where he can rage about 'the ethnics' all day long to the nurses who change his bedpan.
She said: "It was a very emotional experience for us both to witness her pass her baby into the bedpan.
Book of Etiquette": What was I after / in the orchard the / roots What was the lesson / he missed the rhetoric And / on the bed the eiderdown / And on the plate the urgency / the peat the impossibilities What / was the string that snapped the golden/plectrum the bedpan the syllables / an unstrung bowl of unripe / the rinds the bracelet the bare wrist
Prof Wenger, who was admitted to the mixed ward with bowel problems, described having to wait to give a nurse a bedpan of samples while patients and visitors circled around.
If the failure to have a single bedpan available on an entire unit (and/or no one had the initiative to obtain one or otherwise assist the patient) is not ordinary negligence--what is?
Mason Medical's LS9900 Low-Air-Loss mattress system enables the use of a bedpan without compromising resident comfort or safety.
Bedpan Park is always fun--it's a triangle park with no real grass, just a bunch of sand and a fountain in the middle of it that's dedicated to Mildred P Flagardly--or something like that is her name--supposed inventor of the bedpan.
IN these vulgar days you might expect a pub near a hospital to be renamed the Cough and Sputum or the Bedpan and Urine Sample.
According to Valldosera, this piece is an ironic metaphor for the corporeal; the light reveals what would be the head (made up of medicines), followed by the spinal column (cleaning products, ordered by size), and finally reaching the extremities covered by pants that are filled by a prosthesis; all of this ending in a bedpan.
When I moved to Sarasota 15 years ago, Southside Village was the place you went you needed a new bedpan, walker, or artificial leg.
I have to take her to the dining room, then I'll get your bedpan," she promises.
In his re-creation of age-old anecdotes and universal themes, Ayala adds "a touch of modernity to a tradition recuperated," as he ironically states in "Nostalgic Remembrance of the Nightcap, the Bedpan, and the Hot Water Bottle" when he foresees the transformation of a common bedpan into an electronic chamber pot.
favorites) including Vince McMahon's bedpan, Baseball Bat,