These are a collection of "I wish they really made that" products from my various coworkers.
From the SWAT doc of a major city: "Geodon speed loaders. Walk in the room, shoot one in the patient and two in the family. Everybody is suddenly happy. Thunk, thunk. Maybe in blow gun form . . ."
From our jail doc: "Prozac in aerosol form. Definitely."
From my shift commander: "Disposable uniforms. This is my second pair of pants today."
From my probie: "Scented N95 respirators, I hate the plastic smell."
From my fire Lt: "Biohazard bags large enough to wrap a patient in, or plastic wrap with that printed on it. Sometimes the hospital deserves to know what they're getting into."
From my intake partner: "Febreeze for humans . . ."
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