Arriving to work at 5:15am, setting up my machines & getting ready for my first shift of PTs. Before the shift ends, I'm monitoring BP & PT stability & effectiveness of tx. The first shift usually starts to turnover at 9am. That's when I start disconnecting & connecting my 1st & 2nd shift PTs. Turnover is usually the mos critical time for most PTs. If any PT is going to get sick & start not to feel well, it most of the time happens then. Once turn over is compete, I make sure my four PTs are stable enough & I take a 30 minute break. I also like for it to be known that I will not be on the floor to the charge nurse, so my PTs are being monitored while I'm away. Around 12 o'clock the last turn over happens, between 2nd & 3rd shift. The last shift of the day.I enjoy being at work & interacting with each PT on a professional manner. At times the team gets a little uneasy & hard to work with, but the work gets done. I make sure all chairs& machines are disinfected, & bio hazard is thrown away between shifts. I feel as I've accomplished a lot by the end of my day.