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  1. Most nurses have down time, along with a generous helping of insane-crazy time, during the shift. It's the nature of the...
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    Forum: Nursing and Professionalism
  2. My biggest pet peeve is the constant complaining about the wait in ER. Hello, this is the ER. Whatever made you think it...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  3. I'm sure you've all expeienced this one . . . "My pain is a 10/10 (while texting) and I need 8 mg Dilaudid and some...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  4. Yesterday my patient asked me if I could "just give her a couple amoxillin pills, I don't have money for the prescription"....
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  5. I have never known of anyone to fail it. You will be fine :) Good luck
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  6. YOU CAN DO IT!!!!!!!!!
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  7. Go in there with your knowledge and try not to think of what others have said, esp if they didnt do well.... lol Believe in...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  8. Practice makes perfect, and you are sure to get more then enough practice in the ER. You will get proficient because you...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  9. It's not that bad, honestly! I took it while in nsg school and passed easily w/o really studying for it beforehand.
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  10. It absolutely can be diluted with NS. That is how to administer your IVP dose in a code. Maintenance doses need to be...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  11. You can have these incompatibilities in general 1 Physical ..this is when you could see physical changes such as in a...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  12. Your story gave me chills. I will challenge myself. Thank you
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  13. Participate in our new Caption Contest! Good afternoon nurses - Your mission, should you choose to accept it,...
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    Contest Forum: allnurses News and Announcements
  14. What happened to you was quite an experience....I have three sons who are all so dear to me...I could just imagine the...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  15. after circling the drain with compassion fatigue, I stumbled upon this article that was published in the ACEP: read it and...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  16. In my experience, no, you cannot "make" the receiving nurse more accepting. People either understand that different...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  17. "on a scale of zero to ten, where ten is the worst possible pain imaginable and zero is no pain at all, what would rate your...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  18. Thank you for sharing your story. It was amazing. My unit takes trauma patients and everyday is a challenge dealing with...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  19. You are an amazing inspiration to those of us who love nursing and believe that we are doing the job others cannot or will...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  20. Your description of this event was so vivid I could see it in my mind while reading. The image of a desperate father...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  21. It's part of our standard anaphylaxis kit: we give IM epi, IV benadryl and solumedrol, and IV zantac after the previous 3...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  22. Bravo for doing the Advanced Trauma care certification. You'll never know, perhaps all the training in the world might...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  23. You should be proud of yourself! You worked diligently on a very bad situation that rarely has a good outcome in the best of...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  24. I respect your courage to go on in the work you are doing. You have a lot of heart to turn your experience of the death of...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  25. I do not carry injectable benadryl, but know I was given it after my c- section. We use benadryl for my son's allergies,...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  26. Sign up for medscape......it is free and an excellent resource for you. Your answer to your question lies here....
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  27. Benadryl comes in a variety of forms - liquid, pill, and injectable. In fact, it can easily be obtained as an OTC (over the...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  28. Your story touched my heart! God bless you!
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  29. It sounds like this was very traumatic for you. I can see why such a moment stuck with you so long. The thing is that...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  30. All I can say is Thank you. As a mother, a student, a professional, a patient...... just thank you.
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  31. You are an incredible nurse!! Enough said. Thank you for being a good nurse and for putting others lives before your own...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  32. I am writing with tears right now... This story reminded me so vividly of a trauma that unfolded right in front of my eyes...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  33. So proud of you for your thoughtful actions and commitment to your training. The world needs more professionals like you!...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  34. wow. The world needs more nurses like you. Sorry the other nurse wasn't helpful in time of real need. Thank you for caring.
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  35. Since you are a new nurse allow me to give you a piece of advice that you should never forget....some Drs are just jerks and...
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    Forum: Geriatric Nurses / LTC Nursing
  36. One more thought that a colleague came up with... Suppose your pt tells you they have a pain of "100" out of ten. You...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  37. There's a difference between someone who stoicly with a straight face tells me their pain is a 10, and the person who's...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  38. The pain scale is a joke! You are either in pain or your not! Patients look at you like you are crazy how can you put a...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  39. It's not your pain you are documenting-it's the patients. So what a 10 means to you is irrelevant.
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  40. I think a mistake is comparing all pain as the same no matter the cause or use the same pain scale for any and all pain. ...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  41. ​well,actually in our center pain scale score just been practiced and i'm still a young baby in getting pain scale...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  42. Hey Y'all Great links there NurseKaren! I hope thats how NursingEducation is going in the 21st century. My nursing...
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    Forum: Pulmonary Nursing
  43. Being a recent patient in pain, it is sort of difficult to use a pain scale. With movement, I had rated my pain as an 8,...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  44. It is whatever they say it is. I say 10 is getting squeezed out like a tube of toothpaste as a steam roller is running over...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  45. If the patient is cognitively able you assess for a numeric level of pain...1/10. If they are not able to quantify using a...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  46. I know it is suppose to be for children but wouldn't the Wong-Baker pain scale faces be of use if you were having trouble...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  47. I asked "can you please rate your pain for me? if 0 was no pain and 10 the worst you ever had, where would you put your...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  48. I don't think you committed career suicide. Far from it, actually. Some people get to ER and realize it's not for them. You...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  49. NO you don't double the dose and Yes it is given IVP. The reason to dilute the 1:1000 is volume........you need a greater...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  50. Definitely stick around. This usually a very good place to come and commiserate with people who have felt the same way. A...
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    Forum: Emergency Nursing


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