Officially off orientation tonight! Yeaa! - page 2

I'm looking forward to going to work tonight. But don't worry, I know when I need help! lol! If I have any questions, I know to ask. Wish me luck! lol! I'll let you know how I do!... Read More

  1. by   jenrninmi
    Quote from SmilingBluEyes
    So how did that first shift off orientation go?
    DETAILS!
    Thanks everyone! :O)

    I started off with a foley bulb induction at 2000 due to post dates and mild PIH. Once the foley was out, she was able to sleep the rest of the night and I monitored her bp the rest of the evening. No ctx and no signs of labor the rest of the evening. So, then I admitted another patient with preterm labor and a BPP of 2/8. (2 for fluid).

    I didn't get to deliver any babies last night, but I think it was a good first night off orientation. We'll see how tonight goes! :smilecoffeecup:
  2. by   jenrninmi
    Quote from TeleRNer
    If only I'd have known how tough orientation could be...Glad to know you got through this test (mini nursing school condensed into a few weeks) Good work and triumph!

    If We nurses were Pirates we'd hear our Pirate instructor forewarn us,
    "Aye, Matees! You'd be ever good rascals to do your best to get through this tattered school of pungent sea scum, but wait till captain blood sees your goods, he'll make a tomb rowser of ya, but don't lose harttt, ee means well to follow around your moppins of the deck...eh ehhhh?!!!"

    PS. Private Pyrate Mort adds this bit of wisdom: "Oh, ye might be proud of your clever accomplishments, but don't get off to a hazardous plunder; ask questions a plenty and confer with yer comrads in white for two skulls are better then one....ahhhhh!"
    :chuckle
  3. by   MamaMadge
    TeleRNer....I was laughing my butt off reading your post! Too cute!

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