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Joined Oct 24, '06. AnnieOaklyRN is a RN, Paramedic. She has 'Previously ER RN, 17 years in EMS (yes, I still love it) , IV RN 8 months!' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'IV RN, (911) Paramedic'. Posts: 2,060 (33% Liked) Likes: 2,391

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  • Nov 17

    It is all relative and what really matters is if your patient's think it is a blood thinner, not a bunch of nurses who know it is on the internet.

    In other words you could ask one patient if they are on "blood thinners" and they may say no even if they are on aspirin and vise versa. It is best to ask if they take any medication including over the counter medications rather than picking one category.

    Annie

  • Nov 17

    It is all relative and what really matters is if your patient's think it is a blood thinner, not a bunch of nurses who know it is on the internet.

    In other words you could ask one patient if they are on "blood thinners" and they may say no even if they are on aspirin and vise versa. It is best to ask if they take any medication including over the counter medications rather than picking one category.

    Annie

  • Nov 17

    It is all relative and what really matters is if your patient's think it is a blood thinner, not a bunch of nurses who know it is on the internet.

    In other words you could ask one patient if they are on "blood thinners" and they may say no even if they are on aspirin and vise versa. It is best to ask if they take any medication including over the counter medications rather than picking one category.

    Annie

  • Nov 17

    Accept accountability for one thing, and you are NOT a safe nurse, you made MULTIPLE medication errors!!!! Take these seriously because med errors kill people, you just got lucky yours didn't!

    Annie

  • Nov 17

    Accept accountability for one thing, and you are NOT a safe nurse, you made MULTIPLE medication errors!!!! Take these seriously because med errors kill people, you just got lucky yours didn't!

    Annie

  • Nov 16

    Accept accountability for one thing, and you are NOT a safe nurse, you made MULTIPLE medication errors!!!! Take these seriously because med errors kill people, you just got lucky yours didn't!

    Annie

  • Nov 16

    Accept accountability for one thing, and you are NOT a safe nurse, you made MULTIPLE medication errors!!!! Take these seriously because med errors kill people, you just got lucky yours didn't!

    Annie

  • Nov 16

    It is all relative and what really matters is if your patient's think it is a blood thinner, not a bunch of nurses who know it is on the internet.

    In other words you could ask one patient if they are on "blood thinners" and they may say no even if they are on aspirin and vise versa. It is best to ask if they take any medication including over the counter medications rather than picking one category.

    Annie

  • Nov 16

    Accept accountability for one thing, and you are NOT a safe nurse, you made MULTIPLE medication errors!!!! Take these seriously because med errors kill people, you just got lucky yours didn't!

    Annie

  • Nov 12

    "With all the budget cuts, I thought you might need to borrow my knife."

  • Nov 5

    "With all the budget cuts, I thought you might need to borrow my knife."

  • Oct 28

    "With all the budget cuts, I thought you might need to borrow my knife."

  • Oct 27

    It's called professionalism and maturity.


    Annie

  • Oct 25

    "With all the budget cuts, I thought you might need to borrow my knife."

  • Oct 24

    "With all the budget cuts, I thought you might need to borrow my knife."


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