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  1. Ask the cardiologist/intensivist/hospitalist next time you see him/her.
    cardimama
    Forum: Cardiac Nursing
  2. No, I have not. I would try cognitive behavioral therapy before trying meds, personally. Your mileage may vary.
    imintrouble
    Forum: Health / Stress Management 101
  3. I'm really surprised at how common this practice is. We will typically infuse fluids intravenoulsy, or if the pt is taking...
    nuangel1
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  4. No, I have not. I would try cognitive behavioral therapy before trying meds, personally. Your mileage may vary.
    ktwlpn
    Forum: Health / Stress Management 101
  5. No, I have not. I would try cognitive behavioral therapy before trying meds, personally. Your mileage may vary.
    HeidiJ
    Forum: Health / Stress Management 101
  6. It seems really unnecessary to me. An ectopic is diagnosed by an HCG quant and lack of visualization of IUP, and usually...
    emtb2rn
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  7. I was going to say albumin! Woot woot!
    Esme12
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  8. No, I have not. I would try cognitive behavioral therapy before trying meds, personally. Your mileage may vary.
    KelRN215
    Forum: Health / Stress Management 101
  9. I work in an area where there is a high percentage of the population that eschews Western medicine in favor of homeopathics...
    ChristineN
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  10. Remember that you can always increase the acuity level if VS are not WNL, or if the person looks potentially sicker than...
    PedsED-RN
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  11. No, I have not. I would try cognitive behavioral therapy before trying meds, personally. Your mileage may vary.
    jadelpn
    Forum: Health / Stress Management 101
  12. No, I have not. I would try cognitive behavioral therapy before trying meds, personally. Your mileage may vary.
    Nola009
    Forum: Health / Stress Management 101
  13. No, I have not. I would try cognitive behavioral therapy before trying meds, personally. Your mileage may vary.
    VivaLasViejas
    Forum: Health / Stress Management 101
  14. No, I have not. I would try cognitive behavioral therapy before trying meds, personally. Your mileage may vary.
    ICURN3020
    Forum: Health / Stress Management 101
  15. I was going to say albumin! Woot woot!
    psu_213
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  16. I was going to say albumin! Woot woot!
    Pixie.RN
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  17. Actually, I have been trained to do both of those things (I've had PHTLS), and according to the laws of the state in which I...
    JustBeachyNurse
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  18. Actually, I have been trained to do both of those things (I've had PHTLS), and according to the laws of the state in which I...
    FlyingScot
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  19. Sometimes I think people like this have had a really rough time with their/their spouse's illness, and perhaps they've had a...
    canoehead
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  20. She sounds like a thoroughly miserable person. Just be thankful you're not married to her.
    canoehead
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  21. We're experiencing a similar surge in patient volume, and many of them are truly sick. We also do our own transports since...
    canoehead
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  22. I think time and experience are key in developing the ability to do a rapid visual assessment. This is one reason why...
    canoehead
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  23. I think time and experience are key in developing the ability to do a rapid visual assessment. This is one reason why...
    casi
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  24. Remember that you can always increase the acuity level if VS are not WNL, or if the person looks potentially sicker than...
    Mobeeb
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  25. We're experiencing a similar surge in patient volume, and many of them are truly sick. We also do our own transports since...
    Esme12
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  26. Using anything but alcohol wipes on the sensor will ruin it, according to the manufacturer, so be careful with those Cavi...
    mrnightinggale
    Forum: Critical Care Nursing
  27. Venous spasm is a fairly well documented phenomenon....
    RunBabyRN
    Forum: Infusion Nursing / Intravenous Nursing
  28. Is there any reason the port can't be left accessed, other than that he doesn't like it? If he's going in to the cancer...
    TheQueenBee
    Forum: Infusion Nursing / Intravenous Nursing
  29. Remember that you can always increase the acuity level if VS are not WNL, or if the person looks potentially sicker than...
    Esme12
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  30. It seems really unnecessary to me. An ectopic is diagnosed by an HCG quant and lack of visualization of IUP, and usually...
    Pixie.RN
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  31. Absolutely, they can! There is a good chance the hospice patient will be receiving home infusion services, whether through...
    toomuchbaloney
    Forum: Hospice Nursing
  32. Ask the cardiologist/intensivist/hospitalist next time you see him/her.
    psu_213
    Forum: Cardiac Nursing
  33. I agree with the above. Whatever the reason, it most likely had nothing to do with the heparin.
    psu_213
    Forum: Cardiac Nursing
  34. I haven't read any of the other responses, but as a behaviorist, I'm cringing at the use of the term "negative feedback"...
    Big Blondie
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  35. Not true. Veins do have a layer of smooth muscle. Granted, it is thinner than that of arteries, but they do have it.
    RunBabyRN
    Forum: Infusion Nursing / Intravenous Nursing
  36. I hope so, too.
    ~agape~
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  37. I think time and experience are key in developing the ability to do a rapid visual assessment. This is one reason why...
    MassED
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  38. We're experiencing a similar surge in patient volume, and many of them are truly sick. We also do our own transports since...
    ER_AllTheWayMay
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  39. Nobody did. In my neck of the woods, the ambulance crew consists of two Paramedics. One of them has to drive, or the...
    akulahawkRN
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  40. I'm really surprised at how common this practice is. We will typically infuse fluids intravenoulsy, or if the pt is taking...
    Emergent
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  41. I think time and experience are key in developing the ability to do a rapid visual assessment. This is one reason why...
    Eatrealfood
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  42. I think time and experience are key in developing the ability to do a rapid visual assessment. This is one reason why...
    BrnEyedGirl
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  43. Using anything but alcohol wipes on the sensor will ruin it, according to the manufacturer, so be careful with those Cavi...
    Karou
    Forum: Critical Care Nursing
  44. Yes. When I worked in an inpatient unit, I took care of patients on palliative care on a semi regular basis. I noticed...
    IowaKaren
    Forum: Geriatric Nurses / LTC Nursing
  45. Nope, never placed a foley for an OB US. I would think it strange as well.
    NurseOnAMotorcycle
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  46. ...or how about "It's in my chart!".
    RNdudeNNJ
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  47. I think Muno is correct that if you are using primary tubing with 50-100mL bags of antibiotics, then yes, this is...
    KelRN215
    Forum: Nursing and Patient Medications
  48. I think Muno is correct that if you are using primary tubing with 50-100mL bags of antibiotics, then yes, this is...
    PMFB-RN
    Forum: Nursing and Patient Medications
  49. I'm really surprised at how common this practice is. We will typically infuse fluids intravenoulsy, or if the pt is taking...
    vintagemother
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  50. This is completely normal for a nurse in the first year of practice. I've been at it for close to six years, and I still...
    LemonSqueezed
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure


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