If you can't see that video because you're currently in a mineshaft, that's a song parody set to "A Whole New World" from the movie Aladdin, only now the lyrics are about sticking things up people's pee-holes. In this version, a male nurse serenades a cheerful bearded patient, trying to decide which catheter to insert into the end of his penis. The patient seems entirely comfortable with this, chiming in with, "Up my urethra it will go!" when he sees the catheter. At the part of the song where Aladdin and Princess Jasmine sing, "I'm in a whole new world with you," the ecstatic patient now exclaims, "And my distended bladder will be gone!" with absolutely zero percent of the dead-eyed horror that should accompany the realization of where that tube will be going.
I get that medical professionals have long since lost the "discomfort around urethral penetration" that most of us still hold on to, but even given that, just who is this video's target audience? Student nurses, who will end up with unreasonable expectations of how patients react when told they need a piece of plastic jammed up their pee-canal? Patients, in the hope that the next time they need a catheter they'll be able to calm themselves by humming Disney tunes? Fetishists with bizarre sexual fantasies involving urethras and oddly comfortable bearded men? We'll never know, I guess. But other nursing-related parodies, at least, have clearer aims, like this one, called "Do Not Resuscitate," in which a patient lists his medical ailments and then asks for doctors not to restart his heart if it stops: