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Give her wishes and see what happens. Good luck!
Yes, the answer is 0.9 mL.
Is it a safe dose? Yes, 30 units x30 kg = 900 units/dose.
What about a bracelet engraved with her name on with an rn at the end?
That is most likely in the positive direction. Congrats!
Did it say delivery successful? The PVT trick works most of the time.
Get some good sleep.
Best is to study from NCLEX review books with cds. Good luck!
Do pray to St Joseph of Cupertino and St Michael the Archangel. You'll be in my prayers when I get to bed. Good luck!
Learn how to manage your time efficiently. Always remember the 5 rights of medication administration. Do not let yourself get distracted while passing meds. Good luck!
The good pop-up works most of the time. Congrats!
Be civil to tell her that giving meds is not within the scope of your practice. She should know better that CNAs do not pass meds.
To think like a nurse, you must be able to apply ABC, Maslow's Hierarchy, Nursing Process, priorities, infection control, and all what you learned in Med Surg, Pharmacology,Maternity, Pediatric, and Psychiatric Nursing. Connect your vast knowledge in all the subjects above and deliver a safe nursing care.
Go over some NCLEX books to help you think critically.
Inorder to satisfy their insecurities, give them the wrong information by telling a low grade or score. This worked for me when I was in the same situation as you are.
The 2nd ed has additional questions in every chapter like 2-5 more.
Strategies on how to answer SATA questions and a good knowledge of content do work together.
1-2 hrs after birth the fundus is midline bet umbilicus and symphysis pubis
6-12 hrs after- at the level of the umbilicus
day 1- 1 cm or 1 fingerbreadth below the umbilicus (U-1)
day 2- 2 cms or 2 fingerbreadths below the umbilicus (U-2)
day 3- 3 cms or 3 fingerbreadths below the umbilicus (U-3)
This rate continues downward until the uterus is not palpable
approximately day 9 or 10.
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