Do Nurses Clean Poop? | Nursing Student Question | Nurse Vlog

Do nurses really have to clean poop? This is a common question that some pre-nursing students (or those interested in becoming a nurse) ask me. The answer is…YES! Cleaning poop (stool) is definitely a part of a nurse’s job. It’s not the most glamorous part of the job, but it is a very important part of providing patient care. Full article: It’s basically the same as suctioning sputum, drawing blood, encountering vomit, and more. As a nurse, our job is to take care of our patients, and bodily fluids definitely come with the territory. How Often Do Nurses Clean Stool (Poop)? So, how often does a nurse have to clean stool on his or her shift? That really depends on a lot of factors. First, it can depend on the nurse’s spec

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