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Re: Alternative to Vapotherm
Lee S #71738 12/04/17 12:40 PM
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Don't knock it, Lee, it keeps us all in work! laugh

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Re: Alternative to Vapotherm
Moira #71743 13/04/17 10:42 AM
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Yes, but as i am increasingly pointing out we have over a thousand nurses and another thousand clinical staff (in various forms) breaking equipment and four of us trying to fix it.

I could do with out, all of the "no fault found" jobs on top.

Lee

Last edited by Lee S; 13/04/17 10:43 AM.

Don't forget "we've never had it so good".
Re: Alternative to Vapotherm
Lee S #71744 13/04/17 11:09 AM
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... not to mention the "blaming the kit" jobs. frown

1) I didn't design it (I would have done a better job).
2) I didn't make it (China's a long way away).
3) I didn't buy it (and even advised against doing so).
4) My job is to support, and fix, it (as best I can).


If you don't inspect ... don't expect.
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