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    Hello everyone. I'm a new graduate, and am very interested in working at Baton Rouge General (preferably midcity) hospital. I've loved the way this hospital operated ever since I did clinicals there. I've heard that its tough to get on there. Also, that there is a tough skills test that you must pass to get hired. Can anyone give me any insight into this part of the hiring process? Do you remember what was asked of you during that part? Is it really THAT difficult. I plan on applying in the next couple of weeks, and want to be very much prepared for the interview process. Thank you in advance for any suggestions, or words of advice that you give. Be blessed!

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    Hello everyone. I'm a new graduate, and am very interested in working at Baton Rouge General (preferably midcity) hospital. I've loved the way this hospital operated ever since I did clinicals there. I've heard that its tough to get on there. Also, that there is a tough skills test that you must pass to get hired. Can anyone give me any insight into this part of the hiring process? Do you remember what was asked of you during that part? Is it really THAT difficult. I plan on applying in the next couple of weeks, and want to be very much prepared for the interview process. Thank you in advance for any suggestions, or words of advice that you give. Be blessed!

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    I'm currently a nursing student, and as an assignment I have to interview a nurse who became a nurse prior to 1980. I personally know some nurses, but none who worked before this time, nor have I been able to locate one in my local hospital (which is small). I can interview anyone. If you're able to assit me, do you mind answering the following questions. You would be SO much help to me.

      • Typical day/shift
      • Beginning and ending salary
      • Similarities and differences with contemporary nursing
    Thats it! Only these 3 topics. Again, thank you all so much for the help.

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    I'm working on a careplan for a type 1 DM patient. He was admitted for hyperglycemia. He hasn't checked his BS levels or took insulin in 2 years. He doesn't currently watch what he eats.

    I'm wanting to use imbalanced nutrition as one of my diagnosis' but I'm having problems wording it. This is what I've come up with.

    Imbalanced nutrition: more than body requirements related to patient not consuming proper diet, checking blood glucose leves, or taking insulin as manifested by elevated blood glucose levels.

    What do you think? I'm feel okay as for the interventions I have, just wanted feedback on my wording. Any other advice is more than welcome also! Thanks.

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    Hello. I'm in my first semester of medical surgical nursing, and I'm having a problem with my first care plan. Here is a little about my patient:

    Admitted for: Hematuria with a history of kidney stones. He's on continuous irrigation via a urinary foley catheter. He did complain of onset pain and was prescribed morphine for his pain. He mentioned that his dad has a history of kidney stones, and the doctor wasn't able to tell him the cause, just that maybe its hereditary. He doesn't know much about it.

    With that being said, i was thinking about using altered urinary elimination as one of the two diagnosis' i have to have. I'm just not sure as to how I should word it. I was thinking, altered urinary elimination related to urinary catheter insertion, as manifested by ????. I have no clue. I'm so lost. The other one I was wanting to use was acute pain related to kidney stones as manifested by patient's verbilization of pain near his scrotum. OR Knowledge deficit related to causes of his kidney stones. Can anyone help me out? Or point me in the right direction? thank a bunch!!!!



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