HELP! Please i need help with these orders - page 2

by Mrs.Boochie 1,065 Views | 16 Comments

Hello everyone I'm in my last week of nursing school and my teacher gave us a take home test that's worth 30% of our grade and we have to pass it to graduate so here it is: Mr.miller is received on your floor from the... Read More


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    I think the OP has left the building.
    Last edit by Esme12 on Feb 16, '13
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    Quote from GrnTea
    I think the OP has left the building.
    Probably. I have a hard time thinking they would not know how to make a simple MAR at the end of the nursing program
    Last edit by Esme12 on Feb 16, '13
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    I would be embarrassed to even post something like that. Not trying to be disrespectful of the OP, but needing someone to show her how to do this a week before graduation? I sincerely hope she figured it out on her own.
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    That makes me feel a bit more competent !
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    The OP was asking for help......I am waiting for them to return, answer my questions....... so I can help them. We all don't have the same expereinces in school as others....some people just need a little more assistance and guidence.

    We are here to be supportive. This is the forum where nursing students come for assistance. I always tell my children that is they have nothing nice to say to say nothing at all.

    Allnurses first priority is to the members that have come here because of the flame-free atmosphere we provide. There is a zero-tolerance policy here against personal attacks. We will not tolerate anyone insulting other's opinion nor name calling.

    Some of the posts have been edited.....lets stick to the subject of assisting the OP and in being polite.
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    Quote from CT Pixie
    I've seen it written that way (per rectum) on my MAR at work. Although it does read like one for each rectum hahha.
    p.r. small case is the acronym for the medical term per rectum

    PR upper case in present day is Prolonged Released for an extended release caps.

    With the initiative of no abbreviations .....the lost art of historic medical abbreviations from their Latin origins are being lost.....sad really.
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    Quote from Esme12
    p.r. small case is the acronym for the medical term per rectum

    PR upper case in present day is Prolonged Released for an extended release caps.

    With the initiative of no abbreviations .....the lost art of historic medical abbreviations from their Latin origins are being lost.....sad really.
    Yes, our MAR has pr not PR or per rectum. I read it as per rectum.
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