jvre888 2,311 Views
Joined Nov 25, '06.
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i feel the same. wrote it in toronto yesterday. studied very hard. in hindsight, have no idea how i would of studied differently. give me another few months and it wouldn't of mattered. of course, i didn't remember everything and know i got some knowledge based questions wrong, and probably didn't read some other questions correctly. i have no idea how many i got correct and am trying not to over analyse. just feel as above, always at least 2 right answers, questions vague and ambiguous.
due to the new rule changes in ontario, i was only afforded 1 effort to pass the exam as the new rule change affects my 'recent practice' (changes from 5 to 3 years). am an ien and have been living here, not working as a rn for nearly 3 years (the cno have taken a very long time of that 'assessing' my application - leaving me with little time to sit exams). so should i fail, i have to meet other criteria again before i can re-sit (though it has not been decided how this will be done from what i have been told). so, i would be feeling very hard done by if results don't go my way. the fact that i was only given this information about the rule change a few weeks before the exam does not help. my initial study plan was try by myself for the 1st exam, see how i do. was fairly confident in my experience, knowledge and ability to test well. if i fail, i would apply to re-sit but take some kind of prep course too. if i would of known that i would only have 1 chance (before i have to meet new requirements) i would of done the prep course too.
oh well, nothing to be done about it now. good luck to you all!
where do u live harjit...I am in Brampton..we can study together in the library if intersted..
Tanx . What about nurseseducation' have you heard of them?
How's the exam guys? Goodluck and Godbless to all of the CRNE June 2012 takers! You can do it!
it's not contraindicated, but it does increase venous return to the heart as you say - which may increase perfusion to the kidneys and allow better diuresis. since peripheral edema is associated with right-sided heart failure, it would be expected in mr del ray. the dyspnea and pulmonary edema that accompanies left-sided heart failure would suggest a contraindication for elevating the legs, but these are not present in right-sided failure. check this out: www.nursing.umich.edu/.../congestive%20heart%20failure.ppt i would say that the university of michigan could be considered a reliable source.
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