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  • Dec 5

    You need to talk with your healthcare provider and/or seek out the opinion of another. Per the TOS, we cannot offer the medical advice you require.

    We wish you well with your pregnancy and a safe uneventful delivery.

  • Dec 5

    We try to keep all student NP related topics in this forum. Seasoned NPs as well as other NP Students will reply.

  • Dec 4

    Thread moved to NCLEX forum.

    CONGRATULATIONS on passing NCLEX.

  • Dec 3

    Hello,

    Rose_Queen is correct, please speak with your healthcare provider for we cannot provide the medical advice you require.

    We hope you are feeling a lot better.

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  • Nov 24

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  • Nov 24

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  • Nov 23

    Quote from Chad_KY_SRNA
    Well I can walk you through a Long Term Care Full Code. You enter the resident room to provide care. You notice that his skin is a very poor cyanotic color. You can pretty well skip shaking them to establish unresponsiveness, you open the airway, look listen and feel for breathing, check for a pulse, if both are absent you go to the nurses station, check code status and then call a code blue, run back into the room and start CPR. The other staff will bring the crash cart and help you. Its not hard to do CPR, just find the hand placement and go at it. The other staff can trade out with you when you need a break.
    Beg to differ, here, Chad_KY_SRNA,

    After you establish unresponsiveness, not breathing, no pulse.....you do not leave the patient and go check the chart.

    This is NOT ACLS protocol.

  • Nov 22

    Thread closed as it has nothing to do with nursing and was posted to be divisive only.

  • Nov 16

    As stated above, what you are asking for is medical advice and we cannot provide that for you per the Terms of Service (TOS).

    We are glad you are feeling better.

    If you have questions about the IV site, please speak with your HCP.

    We hope you continue to improve and be well.

  • Nov 16

    As stated above, what you are asking for is medical advice and we cannot provide that for you per the Terms of Service (TOS).

    We are glad you are feeling better.

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    We hope you continue to improve and be well.

  • Nov 16

    As stated above, what you are asking for is medical advice and we cannot provide that for you per the Terms of Service (TOS).

    We are glad you are feeling better.

    If you have questions about the IV site, please speak with your HCP.

    We hope you continue to improve and be well.


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