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OK I know this sounds stupid but I have a friend that gets really freaked out before big tests like finals, HESI, NCLEX, and usually we get together and a few days before I start throwing out random facts at her. On 2 different... Read More


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    if anyone can forward me a copy of the combined list to BradBahler@gmail.com

    Id greatly appreciate it!!!
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    Hey everyone!! I just have a question I think someone might be able to clear up for me! All through school, I was told that in NCLEX land you have everything you need, including doctor's orders. During my studying I have came across different rationales in different books! On some different questions it says notify doctor because you need an order for like oxygen or to do a culture, while on differnent rationales it goes with the oxygen or culture answers! So I dont know which way it is for the NCLEX. Do I always call physican or do I assume I have the order?
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    Quote from savinglives33
    Hey everyone!! I just have a question I think someone might be able to clear up for me! All through school, I was told that in NCLEX land you have everything you need, including doctor's orders. During my studying I have came across different rationales in different books! On some different questions it says notify doctor because you need an order for like oxygen or to do a culture, while on differnent rationales it goes with the oxygen or culture answers! So I dont know which way it is for the NCLEX. Do I always call physican or do I assume I have the order?
    Assume that you already have an order for the option choices that NCLEX gives you.
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    Hello Prado...it will be really appreciate it if you can email me this random facts @ lhibby@hotmail.com.... thanks in advance.
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    Please send to tmb2420@yahoo.com ty
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    Can someone send me a copy of the random facts please to teresashepherd41@yahoo.com
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    . cushing's triad = htn (widening pulse pressure, systolic rises), bradycardia, irregular resp.

    2. tx of dic = heparin

    3. assessment for cancer =
    c: change in bowel or bladder habits
    a: a sore that doesn’t heal
    u: unusual bleeding or discharge
    t: thickening or lump
    i: indigestion or difficulty swallowing
    o: obvious changes in a wart or mole
    n: nagging cough or hoarseness.
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    avoid these assignments for new/float/lvn/lpn/traveling
    -new onset/sudden/acute
    -new admission
    -transfer
    -newly diagnosed
    -discharge
    -require education/teaching (beyond basic skills -- tend to be complex and specific to patients on that particular unit)
    - unstable (ie. high risk of sudden respiratory failure, or requires frequent assessments and changes in therapy(like electrolyte imbalances)
    give:
    - chronic
    - routine meds/procedures
    - stable

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    Quote from miaelaine
    Am i allowed to leave pneumonics my friend shared with me? A good way to remember hypoglycemia vs hyperglycemia signs and symptoms...remember TWITCHINGS for hypoglycemia. Stands for tremors, weakness, irritable, tachycardia, cool skin, hunger bec he's hypo, increased pulse, nervous, gradual loss of vision, sweating moist clammy skin. For Hyperglycemia remember HANDTOWELS. It stands for headache, air hunger, nausea and vomiting, drowsy and dry skin, thirst, osmotic diuresis(polyuria), weak rapid pulse, eyes blurry, lethargy, sweet fruity breath odor.
    I like this onr...thanks
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    Can anybody send me the most updated list, I have the old random facts but im sure that's old. Thanks, my e-mail is kenjiing@ufl.edu


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