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- by jacomini.c Sep 28, '11Hey everybody,
So, my NCLEX test is coming up on Friday (AHHHHHHH) and this will be the second time I am taking it and extremely nervous to fail again, but that's not my question. A few days ago, I found a study guide here:
I was wondering if anyone has used this or could take a quick look over this to make sure I am not learning all the wrong information before I walk into this test again. I know it's an absurd question, but frankly, I am freaking out over here and don't want to fail this again. I'd be ultimately devastated even though I know it's not the end of the world.
One of the main reasons I ask is because I could have sworn when reading in my ATI books it says for a patient who receives a lumbar puncture, they should line prone for 4-12 to prevent leakage of CSF and prevention of headaches, but on this guide (twice) it says lay supine.
Any thoughts on both?
- Feb 29, '12 by catquintHey would you be Able to send me this attachment. It won't let me open the link. Thanks
- Nov 2 by mondee619Thank you so much! This is awesome! I will be taking mine sometimes in the beginning of 2014! I am so nervous already!
- Nov 2 by faith246with lumber puncture, patient should lie lateral with the back bowed during the procedure then supine for 4-12 hours after the procedure. I hope I'm right?
- Nov 2 by zanedeeIt should be supine. Never prone!
- Nov 2 by ssk5Thank you so much for the helpful link.
- Dec 10 by DivaLaJuicyIve studied about 4-5 different sources and ive always read that you lay supine after a lumbar puncture to prevent headaches and prevent csf leakage not prone.
- Dec 10 by DivaLaJuicyI used this same exact study guide to study nclex and it did help out.
- Dec 10 by STRAWBERRIIm praying the study guide is correct,I read a few post where people said they used it and it helped them out a lot.I failed my PN N Cleax in Oct 2013 and getting ready to retest and Im using it.I love the codes they give you to remember things.I always thought after a lumber the pt sholud remain supine for 4 hours,I never heard of the prone position