The Good Nurse - Part 2: Chapters 51-62 and Post Script Summary & Analysis

Charles Graeber
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Part 2: Chapters 51-62 and Post Script

Chapter 51

Amy decided to steal Charlie’s Cerner records. Amy also started thinking about Charlie’s odd pattern of ordering unusual and benign medications from the Pyxis. Amy realized that Charlie was taken lethal medications that happened to be stored in the same drawer as the benign medications. For example, he often ordered Tylenol, which was stored in the same drawer as digoxin. Charlie also ordered frequent refills from the pharmacy and was always in a position to be the first available to help when the pharmacy tech arrived. Amy realized that Charlie was collected a large arsenal of drugs that he must have been combining into deadly cocktails.

Chapter 52

Amy discovered that Charlie’s charts were not as well kept as she had assumed by the amount of time he spent on...

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