This past May, Elsa received a Daisy Award from the CEO, COO and Administration of her hospital for her courageous efforts that month. Elsa was performing her regular daily duties in the ICU when a nurse approached her and asked if she could put a new bottle of hand gel in room 333. Shortly after, Elsa did so. The next day, the same nurse approached Elsa and asked her to place a new bottle of hand gel in the very same room. Thinking this was odd, Elsa did just that. The very next day, a different nurse asked if Elsa would put a new bottle of gel in room 333. Knowing something was off, Elsa informed the charge nurse of what was happening. Once Elsa explained the situation, the charge nurse felt something was wrong as well. The doctor caring for the patient in this room was notified. The doctor ordered labs immediately, which promptly came back showing the patient was nearly three times the legal limit of alcohol. In addition, the patient’s kidneys were beginning to fail. Elsa went above the call of duty, and she ultimately saved this patient’s life.