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Unformatted text preview: seemed to be in a hurry. She did not have a caring, patient attitude and that's what my daughter and I needed. This was Casey Hawn's posting How I would of resolved this is. If the technician wasn't listening to my requests to stop hurting my child I would of told her that to stop everything immediately and that I was going to take my daughter out of the room while I found a supervisor who could do the x-ray's without causing my daughter harm. If the technician argued further I would remove my daughter immediately and seek a supervisors help. This way I would know my daughter was safe with me while I found someone who could help with this situation. It is possible to take x-rays without causing harm, and if a caregiver is in to much of a hurry to take the proper care for someone no matter what their age then it is in their right or the person with them to speak up....
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2010 for the course HCA 230 HCA 230 taught by Professor Idontremember during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '10