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  3. by   SmilingBluEyes
    I thank you for that.
  4. by   NRSKarenRN
    Easily search for a topic using our SEARCH button located on right side of yellow toolbar below thread title:
    http://allnurses.com/forums/search.php
  5. by   rnmom3153
    Can someone please tell me how to post. I know how to respond to another post...but I don't know how to post to the general discussion. Thanks I'm new to computers and to this forum...which I absolutely LOVE!!! I 'm just confused. Also I do have a question. My private patient recently had to be intubated and she is getting propofol for sedation. I'm not familiar with this drug and coudn't find it on Web MD. Her nurse couldn't tell me anthing more than It's a sedative. HELP!! Thanks!
  6. by   Tweety
    Quote from rnmom3153
    Can someone please tell me how to post. I know how to respond to another post...but I don't know how to post to the general discussion. Thanks I'm new to computers and to this forum...which I absolutely LOVE!!! I 'm just confused. Also I do have a question. My private patient recently had to be intubated and she is getting propofol for sedation. I'm not familiar with this drug and coudn't find it on Web MD. Her nurse couldn't tell me anthing more than It's a sedative. HELP!! Thanks!
    On the page that has the titles of all the threads in the upper left hand corner is a bar "New Thread" click that and post away. Welcome.
    http://allnurses.com/forums/newthrea...=newthread&f=8
    Last edit by NRSKarenRN on Jun 9, '04 : Reason: added link
  7. by   gwenith
    Search for propofol here or ask over in the ICU forum - luck!!
  8. by   smileystudent
    when I do a search on PDAs I get a message saying sorry no matches to search. I noticed that ya'll put the PDA thread on a sticky.
    Maybe if there was a way to fix the search for PDAs we won't have a million threads on this one subject. When I use a search on Palm Pilots or Pocket PCs then I get the threads though but of course it took me awhile to figure out what those darn things were called. LOL.

    I hope the problem w/ the search can be fixed to link to PDA threads I feel that could help w/ the problem possibly.
  9. by   Deb123j
    Quote from P_RN
    Please check to see if there is a current thread discussing a topic before starting another. Thanks, Mods.
    If this is in reference to my two posts, I just wanted to get opinions of people who are already nurses and have been through school and also student nurses who are presently or about to enter nursing school.

    I'm sorry ~ just wanted to get lots of input.

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