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Joined Apr 29, '10. Posts: 243 (7% Liked) Likes: 21

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  1. So the computer shuts off at 76 instead of 75. We got this folks! And pharm is decreased!! Can I get a "woo!!!" ???
    New2Nursing14'
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  2. Sure, my biggest issues with inserting IVs was that I would stabilize the vein to close from the insertion site, I would go...
    Esme12
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  3. Hey Everybody Right now, I am in the process of studying for the NCLEX-RN and luckily for me, I have taken both Hurst and...
    determine2bdone
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  4. My advice: be careful. The last thing you would want is your coworkers and your patients confusing inexperience with...
    LakeEmerald
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  5. I'm starting to realize two big mistakes I'm making. First, my traction is way to close to the insertion site and as a...
    ER nurse Iceland
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  6. Hey Everybody, I actually do feel like I'm improving. My first two IV starts of the day were successful. For one patient...
    ER nurse Iceland
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  7. I'm starting to realize two big mistakes I'm making. First, my traction is way to close to the insertion site and as a...
    zmansc
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  8. I've actually been trying to improve on my palpation IV starting but it's taking me a while especially with those patients...
    Nursepreneur
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  9. Thank you!! Honestly, this board has helped me so much. One person on this board has really helped me prep so much. And the...
    Jackie27
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  10. I've actually bought a lot of the apps and I have to say: BE CAREFUL because you could be buying the same questions twice....
    danielle5454
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  11. The rational: When dealing with a medical emergency, the rule is airway first, then breathing, then circulation. Starting...
    obloom14
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum


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