So it's getting close to graduation, and I was just reflecting on the low number of floor procedures I've done as a student (I thought). But after talking with friends, I found that I did lots more of some things, few in some things, and it really just depended on the rotation and the circumstances. So I'm throwing it out there, just to see how the SDN community stacks up. Before I begin, a quick disclaimer: despite whatever I've done, I'm still scared poopless about starting internship. Having done a lot of a particular procedure as a student, always supervised, does NOT make me The Man (I'm The Man for various other reasons. ). In any case, I have a ton of learning coming my way in 7 weeks, but I just wanted to see what other folks have done. So here goes: Plenty of IVs, shots, Foleys. 15 or so lac repairs (several head and face, lots of hand) 4 IJ lines, 0 subclavian 1 femoral line 0 arterial lines 13 vaginal deliveries More pelvics than I care to talk about 3 LPs 3 intubations 1 chest tube (after resident made incision, then said "Hey, ever placed a tube?") 1 u/s guided thoracentesis Anyways, that's all I can think of right now. I'm sure I'm forgetting something. One thing I did not realize is how often residents and interns needed procedures. For example, my ICU rotation had three residents all low on central and a lines, and obviously they should get all the chances they need to get their numbers.