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nuangel1, BSN, RN 10,377 Views

Joined Jun 27, '06 - from 'north east'. nuangel1 is a ER. She has '24' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'cardiothoracic,icu/ccu,er,dialysis'. Posts: 799 (18% Liked) Likes: 306

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    macawake, sevensonnets, and elkpark like this.

    you could also look to your supervisor and see if they could send you to a class on 12 lead EKG.or you could go to a seminar on it this would get you CEUs

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    BostonRN29 likes this.

    There is one local in Woburn .they staff Big and small Boston area hospitals.I know for a fact MGH and Brigham.

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    BostonRN29 likes this.

    There are lots but check into Supplemental Health Care. they are real good.

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    Julius Seizure likes this.

    Have you thought of going to staffing company and doing contracts.usually 13 week assignment .That gets your foot in door alot hospitals use staffing companies.

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    No ,they are 2 consenting adults .MYOB

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    yes I do.I am job searching and have found recruiters use it heavily .also find interesting info regarding resumes ,interviews etc.plus I job search with it also.

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    tacticool, InsuranceGuy, JmhATL, and 1 other like this.

    yes .i have always had my own insurance .its reasonable.i would not trust the facility

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    VivaLasViejas likes this.

    Thank you Viva ,I am very sorry for your loss also.i have been a RN for 30 years my husband was RN for 36 years.He had back pain in winter 2014-2015.By Feb 2015 he could not work had MRI which showed he had abnormal bone marrow ie. Cancer.We were surprised at diagnosis stage 4 Mets to his spine.He had 3 compression fractures .Primary was cecal/colon.started rad and chemo by July 2015 He went back to work 3 days a week 8 hrs in the ED he had worked in for 35 years.Did well till 1/11/17.surgery sepsis pneumonia uti and dvt .9 week admission.I brought him home for 3 weeks.Then readmitted sepsis again.Died from subdural bleed most likely from blood thinner for DVT.All I wanted was pain relief and a peaceful passing .No more suffering.He had fought so hard .We had great nurses so caring and supportive.

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    thankyou very much .it has been very tough year.

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    my husband was recently inpatient at a large teaching hospital.he had terminal cancer .he made himself DNR/DNI/CMO. They started a dilaudid drip .I and my family were with him for hours.they offered us chairs blankets food coffee.The nurses would come in ask me if I wanted vitals turning etc to be done.If we thought he was uncomfortable they went up on drip and gave prns.no vitals needed.He passed away may 14th after a 2 1/2 year battle radiation and chemo .he had 41 treatments .

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    absolutely not .dialysis nurse would be called to floor not in my ED.

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    KelRN215, OrganizedChaos, Farawyn, and 1 other like this.

    Thank God the nurse used good judgement and immediately knew something was seriously wrong and called 911.I read the story it sounds like she did everything correct.I dont feel that by her using that statement she sounds ignorant at all.it sounds like a southern slang that is used .

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    sevensonnets likes this.

    I agree with the commuter.That said his death is sad.

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    I wear plus size and wear Wonder Winks .they are soft move with me and wash well .no iroig needed. Greys don't fit me.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N910A using Tapatalk

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    I love my wonder wink plus very comfortable.


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