Skip to comments.Funniest reaction to hospital drugs for a broken arm [video]
Posted on 10/20/2012 2:08:30 PM PDT by Slings and Arrows
[Video poster's] brother broke his arm in a hockey tournament & they had to re-break his arm to put it back in place. So they gave him a general anesthetic & he had the greatest reaction to it.
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I know this is a year old, but it's still worth seeing.
I want the name of that anesthetic. Just out of curiousity, of course.
I’ll have.. what he is having.
You and The Joker.
Make mine a double.
Can I get a gallon or a case of 12, to go?
I think I know that, its Biden-something.
My money’s on propo.
Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.
A couple weeks ago I was given Versed and Diprovan to knock me out for a few minutes while my cardiologist zapped my heart with 200 joules, to shockit back into rhythm. As I was waking up, I’m told that I said “Don’t Taze me Bro”
I’m sure the goats will be grateful.
ROFLMAO! Note to self: Prepare some good one liners in case I go into a-fib.
I can relate big time, I had open heart surgery last November and I can tell you that the “happy juice” that they put into your arm can last for days. I kept calling my sis and told her to get me out of here, this place is not a hospital.
Then I told the nurses (and they were great)that they were not fooling me.I knew that they were not nurses, but a band of gypsies and were holding me for ransom. I was in ICU, and one night I pulled out my IV. WEll three nurses came running into the room, in a panic And said “Mr Navyblue, what are you doing?” I thought it was obvious and told them “I’m going home.” They didn’t agree with me and finally got me back in bed where I planned how I would make my escape the next day. But after a day or two, the effects wore off and I settled down. Believe me those nurses earn every cent of their pay. They were all angels, I love every one of them and on Valentines day, I brought some nice boxes of chocolate.
Seems like a nice kid. Even when he’s totally out of it, his language is still pretty clean. Did I hear him say the nurse was pretty? LOL.
I had a friend who had surgery a few years ago. While in recovery she was unfreakin hilarious. Me and another friend were just rolling.
Her husband was all petrified and freaking out. He was even getting mad saying there was nothing funny about it.
We just started laughing harder and she got funnier.
He said it was serious and I said “Yeah, like a long tail cat in a room full of rocking chairs. That there is serious”.
The nurse walked out of the room so she could laugh.
I dunno, maybe having an operation and nearly dying from losing more than 1/2 my blood gave me a different perspective or seeing my Mom, who had around 30 operations before I turned 18 did it.
Too bad you can never remember what a good time you had on the drugs.
” I sound like The Joker, ahn, haw, hawwww!!!!”.
He looks kind of like Matt Damon, but with a better grip on reality.
Everything’s in slowww motionn, daaaammmmnnnn, LOL
This happened to me once. I went to a colonoscopy clinic for an exam. The nurse told me to lay on my side with my arm draped over the metal guard while she injected an IV with their special stuff. I lay there listening to all the nurses chatting out in the hall and I finally called out. My nurse came in and I told her the stuff you gave did not work. She said well Mr. Red Devil your exam is over. And I was going “What?” I never knew I was out and when I did wake up I thought I was hearing the same conversations. That was some good stuff!
-— And I was going What? -—
Did they tell you that you were awake and talking to them the whole time, except you have no memory of it?
That’s what they told me. Veeery strange.
I’ve heard that the nickname for propofol is “Milk of Amnesia”.
Valium is the drug for me. I’m glad it’s prescription-only, because it would be very easy to get addicted to. It’s sooooo relaxing.
The freakiest call I ever got from a post operative nurse was that my patient was masturbating while still asleep in the recovery room. I told her to give him 30cc’s of saltpeter but I don’t think she appreciated my joking order as I was reported to the chief of surgery.
He’s not on Propofol...that drug will make you stop breathing so we intubate people. He’s not on nitrous as
he’s isn’t wearing a mask. He is most likely recieving
Fentanyl or Dilaudid for the pain and Versed to prevent
him from remembering the incident. This is not
“general anesthesia”....that is when someone is unconscious,
intubated and has a machine breathing for them....this is
called “conscious sedation”. That means he’s sedated and won’t remember the procedure but is still conscious so he can cooperate with commands, protect his own airway and breath on his own and cooperate with an otherwise painful procedure. Versed is a very effective “truth drug”...for most people it will bring out their inner whatever they are.
He must have been injured on the field while playing football or something.
Good thing he was a clean living young man. That was so funny.
well, slowpoke, it was IN FACT a field injury. HOCKEY, and remember you are not a speed reader.
So THAT is what Bden had during the debate.
At some point in his life this kid is going to hate his parents for taping this, even more so than the naked baby picture. I can see his friends holding up some fingers and saying, “Tyler, how many butterflies do you see?”
By George (or Joe), I think you’ve got it!
Was the nurse Sandra Fluke?
That’s why we have pharmacists.
I can relate. Last month had a colonoscopy, they main lined it not intrsmuscular....I watched the nurse slowly pass the medication into the IV. Remember saying OOOOH and that injection looks like Elmers glue...(it was not clear but white)Woke up when it was done...sure would like to know what it was also.....I have a high tolerance for drugs so no after effects darn.....her husband came out of his colonoscopy higher than a kite...she laughed all the way home and he wouldn’t come down...she expected me to be the same way, but no two people act the same...
I gave my opinion on everything from the music to the fact the room was cold. The last thing I remember is the doctor saying, "Can we get a gag on her?"
Thank goodness I have yet to run into any of them again.
It was almost 2 months later and my wrist was still hurting so my mother took me to Cook County hospital in Chicago.
When I was there, they advised my mother and I that the wrist was broken and they had to reset it and in order to do so they would have to put me to sleep.
They used ether to put me under and it was extremely bad. I couldn't breathe and I was literally seeing stars while suffocating.
Watching this video makes me jealous.
thats better than a LOL its a belly laugh...thanks I needed that....GG
I’ve never had a colonoscopy. Y’all are starting to make me jealous. ;^)
I’ve never had a broken bone, but I’m not jealous. ;^)
They were playing ABBA in the exam room.
That has to be a HIPAA violation.
don’t be jealous, the prep was made by the Marque de Sade
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Not any more...64 ounces of gator ade, 5 dulcolax tablets and some powder you put in the gator ade... Take tablets the night before and pour 1/2 the powder into a 32 oz bottle of gator ade and drink within an hour. (this is the night before)run to the bathroom every 15 minutes until you bottom burns like the dickens.....go to bed and pray when you wake up the bed is dry....5 hours before your scheduled appoint....drink the other 32 ounces of gator ade after adding the powder to it....drink within an hour...then with a burning butt run to the bathroom...leave for the doctors office and hope your pants are still dry when you get out of the parking lot at the office and don’t dribble upon entering the office...
Wow, who thought you could take a bad thing and make it worse?
Ive never had a broken bone, but Im not jealous. ;^)
Ive had several broken bones and I AM jealous.
They set every one of my broken bones with no anesthetic what so ever :-(
Damn. That’s just not right.
I have a cool video on my cell of my 14 year old in the hospital doing the same thing while he was on the juice. I watch it everytime I need a laugh :)
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