JustBeachyNurse 81,516 Views
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Trust your instinct. If she talks about other nurses to you, what is she saying about you to others?
Discuss with your office transitioning off the case
Non citizens/permanent residents are ineligible for federal financial aids/grants/loans in the US. You mat be considered an international student and the fees would be up to 3x what a local student would pay.
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He is doing OK, just needs to step away for a bit.
There is good reason TB tests aren't read until 48-72 hours.
There was a manufacturer for 5 years I was mildly allergic to a component and would get a giant hive that itched and turned my arm red. No induration = no TB.
I took it at 8 am this morning, and have been getting the good pop-up so I'm hopeful. However, my quick results are not yet available on the Pearson Vue website. I will check again tomorrow morning and keep you updated!
Try google. Quite a few scholarly references come up.
I will even post this which was fourth in the search list:
Two isoforms of the membrane protein COX are known: COX-1, which is constitutively expressed in most tissues, is responsible for the physiological production of prostaglandins; and COX-2, which is induced by cytokines, mitogens and endotoxins in inflammatory cells, is responsible for the elevated production of prostaglandins during inflammation.
You would likely need to consult the board of nursing. Most facilities already provide critical care nurse training. If you wanted to offer classes to student nurses you would likely need to meet the criteria of a nurse educator. (BSN minimum for LPN, MSN for ADN and to assist in BSN and EdD or PhD for anything higher plus CNE (certified nurse educator) in my state). One of my nursing school instructors had a side business in IV certification she was approved by the BoN and mostly taught in medium or smaller nursing homes that didn't have a nurse educator. Hospitals do all training in house around here.
Not a standard one.
Defer to your facility risk management. The investigator should have zero issue with this, take the card and contact risk management. If the patient is committing fraud then your employer won't get paid for services rendered. Even if the investigator provided an administrative subpoena (where limited disclosure is permitted depending on the specificity of the subpoena) you don't want to reveal the wrong info
It is not within the scope of a CNA to reveal such information. The patient's physician or nursing management should handle the notification. When the patient started asking questions which technically are clinical in nature you should have deferred to the nurse. It is not your job to disseminate clinical/diagnostic information. This is not a HIPAA issue but a clinical scope of practice issue. Care is taken when releasing sensitive information and rfe nurses likely received instruction just like they received the orders to bathe all patients.
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