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Joined Oct 24, '06. AnnieOaklyRN is a RN, Paramedic. She has 'RN 11 years, Paramedic 14 years (EMS 20 years)' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'ED, IV team, Paramedic serving 6 towns'. Posts: 2,093 (33% Liked) Likes: 2,470

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  • Jan 19

    It sounds like this patient was semi alert? If she had adequate respiratory effort and was able to protect her own airway, just give the narcotics time to wear off, and skip the transfer and the Narcan!

    Annie

  • Jan 19

    I have already done like 18 years of homework, so I am to tired to do your homework.

    Annnie

  • Jan 19

    I have already done like 18 years of homework, so I am to tired to do your homework.

    Annnie

  • Jan 18

    Hi,

    I believe my "dream job" is NICU and have been trying to get into one for many years. I am willing to take the chance that it may not end up being something I love once I actually do it, but since the only way I will ever know is if I try, I have to keep applying.

    Truth of the matter is that people have an idea of what they think would be their perfect job, but no one knows how true that is until they experience it, and if you never experience it your life is full of what ifs and if only...

    Annie

  • Jan 17

    Hi,

    I believe my "dream job" is NICU and have been trying to get into one for many years. I am willing to take the chance that it may not end up being something I love once I actually do it, but since the only way I will ever know is if I try, I have to keep applying.

    Truth of the matter is that people have an idea of what they think would be their perfect job, but no one knows how true that is until they experience it, and if you never experience it your life is full of what ifs and if only...

    Annie

  • Jan 17

    I have already done like 18 years of homework, so I am to tired to do your homework.

    Annnie

  • Jan 17

    Hi,

    I believe my "dream job" is NICU and have been trying to get into one for many years. I am willing to take the chance that it may not end up being something I love once I actually do it, but since the only way I will ever know is if I try, I have to keep applying.

    Truth of the matter is that people have an idea of what they think would be their perfect job, but no one knows how true that is until they experience it, and if you never experience it your life is full of what ifs and if only...

    Annie

  • Jan 17

    I have already done like 18 years of homework, so I am to tired to do your homework.

    Annnie

  • Jan 16

    It sounds like this patient was semi alert? If she had adequate respiratory effort and was able to protect her own airway, just give the narcotics time to wear off, and skip the transfer and the Narcan!

    Annie

  • Jan 15

    Generally a bolus is run at 999/hour on the pump and we do not know how much fluid is to be given bolus, so we cannot tell you how much volume to infuse.

    Annie

  • Jan 15

    It sounds like this patient was semi alert? If she had adequate respiratory effort and was able to protect her own airway, just give the narcotics time to wear off, and skip the transfer and the Narcan!

    Annie

  • Jan 15

    Assuming you mean resumes, I would bring at least 5 if you know you are having a panel interview. I always bring at least three or more.

    Annie

  • Jan 15

    It sounds like this patient was semi alert? If she had adequate respiratory effort and was able to protect her own airway, just give the narcotics time to wear off, and skip the transfer and the Narcan!

    Annie

  • Jan 15

    As the other poster said, taxes are based on many things. They are based on your dedications as a whole, both standardized and itemized (you cannot have both, whichever one is higher is what you will deduct. Things you can deduct are property taxes, mortgage interest, student loan interest, PMI, some business expenses. They just past a new bill that will change some of these deductions so none of this is set in stone. Also you taxes are based on your income bracket, which you can look up on the IRS website. If you are single and making over 80K for example and you do not own a house, then yes you may take a hit in taxes. Also when you filled out your tax form when you got your job it depends on how much you claim, for most people it is zero.


    You need to talk to a tax professional in order to have an idea about whether or not you will owe or how much you might get back. There are way to many variables for an online forum to give you that information!


    Annie

  • Jan 15

    Generally a bolus is run at 999/hour on the pump and we do not know how much fluid is to be given bolus, so we cannot tell you how much volume to infuse.

    Annie


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