One of the most frustrating things for a respiratory therapist is trying to explain to "some" nurses why a breathing treatment isn't needed.
Nurse: The patient's wheezing
Me: That's not a wheeze
Nurse: Yes it is. I can hear it audibly and throughout
Me: If you hear it audibly it's not a wheeze. What you're hearing is stridor or rhonchi radiating.
Nurse: Have you seen that patient's x-ray? It looks really bad.
Me: Bad x-rays are not indications for beta adrenergic therapy
Nurse. You're just lazy and trying to get out of work
Me: No, I'm using science to justify indication for giving a medicine.
Nurse: Stomps off angry.
Me. Humbly give the treatment with a smile while having fun with the patient.
I think we could probably make a cartoon out of this.