Popping her head in, the nurse urgently requested “Benadryl and Solu-Medrol –stat!” The pharmacist, recognizing the urgency of the situation, rapidly compounded the medications. Curious, I followed the nurse to the patient room and saw the unresponsive patient. Her face was white, yet her body was red and sweaty. Her blood pressure had dropped to an alarming 80/50. She was moaning, but not responding to questions. This patient, a kind lady in her mid-sixties, was the same patient I had exchanged pleasantries with a mere five minutes ago. How could her status change in a blink?