(1) When she comes on duty at 11 pm, she makes rounds, checking the residents for skin tears and helping them go to the toilet or use a bedpan .(2) Mike got really good at getting the bedpan to me in seconds when I croaked that I needed it and switching them out for clean ones.(3) And finally, be really nice to your family and friends, you never know when you might need them to empty your bedpan .(4) ‘I have to change the bedpan now,’ she said, in a slightly louder voice than was necessary.(5) The ward nurse gave me a list of necessaries, beginning with soap and ending with a bedpan .(6) He owned a shop in Southampton which also sold bedpans and surgical appliances.(7) ‘Oh, you know,’ Jesse said, ‘cleaning bedpans , giving patients sponge baths.’(8) After all, the drugs, brain-scanners, bed linen, bedpans and other hospital paraphernalia are provided by private companies earning a profit, but there isn't anyone saying they should be banned from the NHS.(9) The nature of my injury meant that, for several days, I could not move or be wheeled to the lavatory, so bedpans were the only option.(10) Even the low-skilled workers who distribute the hospital meals and disinfect the bedpans must be highly trustworthy, for if they do their job wrong, patients will die.(11) It's not all cleaning up bedpans and vomit; there are plenty of other more appealing activities that fall into the care profession category.(12) They empty bedpans , give people bed baths (not as nice as you might imagine, especially for the washer), spoon food into mouths and care when families can't.(13) I'll help out in a hospital, as long as I don't have to do the bedpans .(14) Life quickly became a routine of pain killers and bedpans , but there were small achievements worth celebrating: getting out of bed and standing for the first time, taking that first step, and walking again.(15) He peered outside, seeing the backside of a cursing orderly as he bent over to pick up a heap of empty bedpans .(16) Also at any time, bedpans and urinals are available for prolonged treatments.