Category Archives: Medical School Humor

Medical Humor – The Clinton Catheter

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GiggleMed.com asks the question – What if we replaced the Quinton catheter with the Clinton catheter? We’re sure he’d deny everything… “I did not have vascular relations with that lumen.” Fine, but how do you explain this drape, Sir?

Short, funny video for nurses, nephrologists, medical students, residents, vascular surgeons, and maybe dialysis patients.

Medical Holiday Humor – Puffy the RT

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Funny medical humor song & holiday parody of Frosty the Snowman. Only this time, it's "Puffy the Respiratory Therapist". Holiday humor with a healthcare twist that pokes fun at the number of respiratory therapists who smoke by

Warning – I have no singing skills, so I just channeled my inner South Philly. If any of you have singing skills or think it would be funny to sing this song as a group… make a video & post it as a response to this one. (But if you use these lyrics, you must give attribution to GiggleMed.com with something like "Lyrics by GiggleMed.com" or "Inspired by the Lyrics from GiggleMed.com".)

The County Medical Examiners – Vitreous Humor

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Forensic Fugues and Medicolegal Medleys (2002)

Lyrics:

Between the deceased eyeball's crystalline lens and retina
A clear gel-like mass that constitutes 80% of the eye
This volume of lubricious fluid is named vitreous humor
And can tell the toxicologist relatively when someone died…
The unblinking eyes of the stinking corpse…
Reveal time of death of the forensic sort…
Vitreous humor so oily and viscous…
Make the stiff a posthumous eyewitness…
Hours after death, body potassium levels rise
Vitreous humor is not affected by this change
We can test the ocular fluid for an accurate PMI
The toxicologist will compare it against the normal range…
Hypodermics filled with watery slime…
From eyeballs to test tubes, ocular grime…
Toxicologists measure potassium levels…
From the decedent's vitreous humor samples…
…Disgusting muck…
…Optic gunk…
…Punctured orb…
…Eyeball gore…
Perspicaciously evaluating the toxicologists findings
Illuminating the dead with a method so blinding
Glomming the fluid from the posterior compartment side
Determining PMI from the postmortem faculty of sight…
…The sunken eyeball…
…Has secrets to tell…
…With its vitreous gel…