Or to have her breasts grabbed as she leans over to put in an IV line. Over the course of several months, women residents, nurses, and surgeons told NBC News about rampant misconduct, including vulgar comments from male physicians, whispered to them in operating rooms over anesthetized patients; propositions in hospital call rooms; and questions about their bra sizes from male co-workers. Many of the women also mentioned how common sexual harassment from patients is. A poll published earlier this month by Medscape Medical News found that 71 percent of nurses said they had been harassed by a patient. Seun Ross, the director of nursing practice and work environment at the American Nurses Association, which represents more than 3 million nurses.