CCRN

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    I wanted to let you guys know that it's official...I'm a CCRN. All the studying and prep payed off!



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    Congrats to you!!
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    how did you study! taking it soon. what do you suggest?? and how was the exam??
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    Congrats!
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    I used the Gasparis CCRN review DVD and her Q&A book
    I also used the Pass CCRN review CD rom (the book is way too detailed)

    I was surprised by how much I did know on the exam...don't get me wrong, it was a tough test, but an experienced ICU nurse shouldn't have too much of a problem passing the exam.
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    Brava! I took the second CCRN exam ever given and I know just how you feel!

    The first question when I took it was, "What is the purpose of peritoneal dialysis?" I looked up and thought to myself, Am I in the right room? I agree, if you work in a decent unit and know what you're doing, that's a long way to knowing enough to pass an exam that documents competency.

    Congratulations!
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    awesome, thanks guys! wish me luck.
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    Quote from GrnTea
    Brava! I took the second CCRN exam ever given and I know just how you feel!

    The first question when I took it was, "What is the purpose of peritoneal dialysis?" I looked up and thought to myself, Am I in the right room? I agree, if you work in a decent unit and know what you're doing, that's a long way to knowing enough to pass an exam that documents competency.

    Congratulations!
    Thank you.

    I have two dialysis questions myself...one related to CRRT vs HD and the other was a question basically asking what should I do if my patient has medications due and they are having HD.
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    cograts!
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    Applause!!!!! CONGRATULATIONS!!!!
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