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Doctor In The House (1946)

She immediately slipped a piece of paper in her book, set it down on her bedside locker, and threw off her bed-jacket. Then she smiled.
`Good morning,' she said. She was obviously used to the routine.
I felt a little at a loss. I had never been in such circumstances before, anywhere.
'Er-do you mind if I examine you?' I asked diffidently.
`Go ahead,' she said invitingly, giving me a bigger smile.
`Thanks awfully.'
The experience was so unusual I couldn't think of anything to say. I groped for remembrance of the instructions, but the sheets in my mind's eye were as blank as the patient's counterpane. I felt like an after-dinner speaker who had risen to his feet and found he'd forgotten his notes. Then an idea rescued me unexpectedly-I would take her pulse. Seizing one wrist, I felt for the throbbing radial artery while I gazed with unseeing concentration at the face of my wristwatch. I felt I had held her arm for five minutes or more, wondering what to do next.
A thought exploded in my mind.
`I must fetch a nurse!' I exclaimed. I dropped her wrist as if she had smallpox. `A chaperone, you know.'
She giggled.
`Oh, go on with you!' she said playfully.
I backed away quickiy. A nurse undecorated with belts or bows was dusting a locker on the other side of the ward. She looked hearteningly junior.
`I wonder if you would kindly chaperone me with a patient for a few minutes?' I asked urgently.
'No !' she said. She paused in her dusting to glance at me. I must have looked so miserable a little pity glowed in her

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