Sunday, August 16, 2009
Nurses have pets. Many people do not know this. In fact their darling is the frog. From first year in college, at the onset of their study in zoology nursing students search over gardens for a pet they could care for. But, Alas! They must understand their pets inside out! So, they have no choice! To get to know better their pets, they get a sharp probe, scalpels, forceps, and dissecting pans. Initially, they probe through the brain and render their pets asleep forever. Then, they cut open ventro-horizontal and pull the flesh sidewise from the center to see the beating heart, the circulation of the blood and the breathing lungs. WoW! Spectacular!