Watch This Nurse Have the Sweetest Reaction to Her Patient’s Surprise Recovery


This is (more) proof that nurses care deeply about their patients.

The video below, posted to YouTube last week, shows a patient named Bailey with her favorite nurse. Bailey experienced complete paralysis from the waist down for 11 days with no explanation as to its cause, according to the YouTube video.

When Bailey suddenly started walking again, she decided to surprise her nurse with the good news.

Watch her sweet reaction in the video below: 

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