All docs are grunt docs

I've heard military types sometimes compare the speed at which they can dismantle and reassemble their weapons.

Maybe there's an equivalent for health care personnel.

Today I reassembled my white coat after a vigorous washing (don't ask why). The pins, pens, pads, PDA, nametags, pen light, trauma scissors, spare gloves, gauze, tape, bactrim, lube, Maxwell's, Sanford's, quick-reference charts, eye chart, reflex hammer, pocket pharmacopia, and "pocket Tintinalli's" (which is large enough to use as a doorstop) all went in.

38 seconds. Six pounds.

I'm ready for battle.