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Metcalf revels in the gallows humor of an eldercare companion who has emptied one too many bedpans.
Douglas Manor in Windham was fined $1 after a resident, who was supposed to be checked for incontinence every two hours, was inadvertently left on a bedpan for five hours on Oct. 13, 2017.
In other news: - John Bradley talks about the evolution of Sam Tarly and those gross bedpan scenes.
The new working class contains many of the traditional blue-collar occupations — truck driver, electrician, plumber — but by and large its members are more likely to wield mops than hammers, and bedpans rather than trowels.
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Definition of bedpan for English Language Learners
: a shallow pan used as a toilet by a person who is too ill to get out of bed
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