When you're first starting out an intern, you literally get called on every page you write. Mostly cuz you forget obvious things, like writing that the order was PO. But when you start working in a new hospital, especially one where orders are not electronic, sometimes that constant paging on every order starts again:
Pharmacy: "Hi, Dr. Fizzy, I'm calling about an order your wrote on Mr. Smith for natural tears."
Pharmacy: "You wrote for Natural Tears 2-3 drops per eye nightly. But we don't do ranges. So you have to rewrite the order as either 2 drops or 3 drops per eye."
Me: "You're kidding me."
There was an episode of Scrubs where JD asks Dr. Cox about the dose of Tylenol, and he replies angrily, "It's regular strength Tylenol. You just throw it at the patient's mouth and whatever stays in, that's the dose." That line always bothered me, because of course, you can easily overdose on Tylenol and get very sick. But you can't overdose on Natural Tears! You just squeeze the bottle and whatever goes in is the dose!
The best part was how I didn't rewrite the order immediately, and they paged me about it AGAIN. Because clearly this was really urgent.