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Joined Apr 2, '03 - from 'Oregon'. klone is a L&D. She has '10+' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Women's Health/OB Leadership'. Posts: 11,340 (55% Liked) Likes: 27,584

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  • 3:17 am

    Are you Susan? I noticed that in one place it said "...my husband..." instead of "...her husband..."

    I'm hoping that Susan fully recovers. Chronic pain is exhausting.

  • 12:36 am

    Are you Susan? I noticed that in one place it said "...my husband..." instead of "...her husband..."

    I'm hoping that Susan fully recovers. Chronic pain is exhausting.

  • Apr 29

    Requirement for frequency of charting depends on the individual patient and where she is in the labor process. Cervical ripening, vs. active labor, vs. pushing, plus things like Pitocin or MgSO4 infusion, will all change how frequently you need to chart on the patient.

  • Apr 29

    Quote from sallyrnrrt
    I awkward fi manual, as slog as correct cuff size and calibration... Ki
    Never have a problem with my assessments. But I'm old scguul
    Um...Huh?

  • Apr 29

    Quote from adoRNo2015
    D&E is a dilation and extraction when a spontaneous abortion doesn't allow for all the product to be expelled from the body. I'm sure whoever came up with a laparoscopic c-section was tripping on something.
    Yes, I know what a D&E is. I was making an off-color joke.

  • Apr 29

    Quote from cammiandersen
    Did you ever get any real information on nursing in Mexico?
    Ha! No.

  • Apr 29

    I'm not talking about Mexico City. I'm talking about small cities with large expat communities, like Merida.

    Mexico is a very large country. It's like comparing Compton to Lincoln, Nebraska.

  • Apr 29

    Are you Susan? I noticed that in one place it said "...my husband..." instead of "...her husband..."

    I'm hoping that Susan fully recovers. Chronic pain is exhausting.

  • Apr 29

    Quote from Wbanks
    I had that happen to me a few years back, not as bad as this person. But I still have symptoms. I get the flu shot in the other arm only, and make them go low and tell anyone giving me the shot what happened . It stinks...
    Apparently our old occupational health nurse at the hospital used to give them either way too low or way too high. Nurses told me they would draw a little triangle on their shoulder, like in the textbooks, to landmark it for her.

  • Apr 29

    Quote from ~Mi Vida Loca~RN
    I also had to cringe at this "I'm guessing he's not the normal type of Jewish," The normal type of Jewish eh?? LMAO I think that got the biggest eye roll yet.

    Anyway, I ran out of popcorn so I'll be back.
    Thank you! I thought I was the only one who saw that. Or at least, the only one who found it cringeworthy.

  • Apr 29

    Quote from LovingLife123
    I'm guessing he's not the normal type of Jewish, maybe one of the much more conservative sects? None of my Jewish friends wear head wraps..
    "NORMAL" types of Jewish? What on earth does that mean?

    Orthodox Jews wear tichels. If not a tichel, then often a wig. I've worked with many of them.

  • Apr 29

    I would do it in a heartbeat. I would follow up with my PCP, though, rather than the ED.

  • Apr 28

    Are you Susan? I noticed that in one place it said "...my husband..." instead of "...her husband..."

    I'm hoping that Susan fully recovers. Chronic pain is exhausting.

  • Apr 28

    Are you Susan? I noticed that in one place it said "...my husband..." instead of "...her husband..."

    I'm hoping that Susan fully recovers. Chronic pain is exhausting.

  • Apr 28

    There are many classes for the program you may be able to take online, but the core nursing clinical placements will need to be in person. There are no RN programs that are 100% online.


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