sally123546 737 Views
Joined May 2, '06.
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I work in the cadiaothorecic intensive care unit. We bathe the patients Q12h, usually at 20:00 and 06:30 the next day. It seems to be a routine, no matter how busy you are or what is happened on the patients.
I happened to get to the Allnurses through serching on Google. I am so glad to be able to communicate with all the nurses all over the world that I can't wait to recommend this wonderful. amazing web to my friends .
Thanks you so much for the Nurses Week I have never heard before. It is just an American festival? I am a nurse from China.
please let say "thank you" to all the hardworking, shortstaffed, underappreciated nurses, esp Chinese nurses.
Hello, is there chinese nurses forum? Please!
I am sorry to hear that. I am also need to take the NCLEX in several months. i think i can pass it. I can from china, and I passed the CGFNS. doing more exercises is the key to success!
[quote=bemory]The most important things I learned about my patients were the things I assessed myself.
Before you go into a room
1. look up all pertinent labs
2. check off all medications
3. check off all orders
4. review their history
5. review their vitals
When you go into a patient room
3. monitor all vital signs
5. remove all lines from floor
6. check all vent settings, and medication drips
7. check all tube placement
Thank you very much for your tips working in CCU. I have been working in the cadiacthoracic care unit for 4years in China. Also I am experienced in ccu nursing, I can not discribe it clearly. I think you have said what I want to say.
by the way, i will work in new jersey in a year as an RN.
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