I get the scissors and also the tweezers they use at the hospital for removing sutures and also the disposable gowns they give you when having Xrays. They are great for stabilizer
Hope you are up and about with soon, great job on the scissors.
I'm up and about, but slowed down still. Patience.
Great scissors to get but hard way to get them. Hope you can use them for fun now.
Awesome score! The only scissors I've been able to "acquire" are suture removal scissors. They have a little dip in the end, so are not good for cutting fabric but act well as snips! I agree about health care costs being so expensive. I receive my nutrition through an IV port. They used to deliver the fluid and the supplies every week. Now they send it through the mail in huge refrigerated boxes. It weighs about 50-75 pounds depending on if they send it in one or two boxes. They say it is less chance of contamination! It does not make sense to me. And the waste-they say they can not reuse any of the Styrofoam, ice packs, or boxes!
When the world is trying to go more "Green" The waste in our society just blows me away!! The worst thing is no one is really doing anything about it in a lot of areas.
Awesome!!!!! When I had my cataract surgery last year I was hooked up to an IV so when the nurse unhooked me, Jim asked her what they would do with the almost full bag, she said throw it away, so he told her we SubQ several of our cats and she gave us the bag, when I had the 2nd one done, we did the same......SCORE!!
I am interested in what the IV was for. Haven't seen that in cataract surgery in Australia.
OH Well Done! I'm sure Dennis would agree you can always find a use for more scissors, and even better when they for free.
Whenever I go for x-rays and they give me one of those, dark blue, throw away, non woven fabric gowns to wear, I always bring them home to use as lightweight stabiliser. It's the same as the lightweight stabiliser I purchased from our local Spotlight Store.
Yes, I have to say that theres been several times, that I have asked if I could have the scissors that were used on me or my husband; some say no, but some say sure. It depends on the type and if they can disinfect, and reuse them.
No wonder our health systems are costing so much. My neighbour fractured her knee and was given crutches to use. When she was given the all clear she tried to return the crutches and they couldn't take them back either.
It seems such a waste when they can't be reused. I got a couple of pairs when Hubby was having treatment on his leg last year. they were just throwing them in the rubbish bin. We sewers can recycle them he he he. Hugs
Hm. I have to pay attention. I will be going to the Orthopedic department on Tuesday to check on the healing progress of my broken leg. I am sure they have to use a scissor (ha, ha heavy duty one) to remove the cast. There has to be some pay off for the last 4 weeks of confinement to a wheelchair.
angie so sorry to find out you have broken leg and have been laid up ,i have not been feeling good myself, don't do much on the computer, hope you get better soon!!! doris
Thanks Doris. I hope you feel better real soon.