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- Aug 11, '11 by ERNURSE11Please any new updated information on the interview process would be great!!
Is there typically still a written test?
Is there any hot topics they are focusing on?
- Oct 17, '11 by cgeorgia3I was asked a lot of Clinical questions:
-What is precedex, propofol, labetelol, milrinone? Side effects? BP and HR changes form meds?
-Normal numbers for PAP, Wedge.
-Placement of pulmonary artery catheter (chambers of heart)
-Complications of blood transfusions ?
-EKG changes with hyperkalemia.
-What is thrombocytopenia? Normal Platelet numbers?
-Are there preservatives in PRBC?
-What is an Action potential? Discuss sodium and potassium in ECF, ICF, depolarization, hyperpolarization.
-Dead space, shunting related to alveolar oxygen exchange.
- Dec 4, '11 by KellyRNCCRNI have applied to Northeastern University in Boston, I haven't heard back from them yet but it has only been a few days. I am pretty confident that I will get an interview but I have heard their interview process is tough and intimidating. Does anyone have recommendations on a specific review book that could help me prepare for tough questions? My specialty is stroke ICU, I do not have any experience with swans or know much about them. I feel that hearts are my weakness area, so I would appreciate any thoughts on what to brush up on. Also, respiratory therapists manage our pts ventilators, so I also feel that I need to study this as well. Any thoughts or suggestions?
- Dec 4, '11 by Williams75@ Kelly:
A great book for hemodynamics is:
Hemodynamic Monitoring: invasive and non invasive clinical application
Author: Gloria Oblouk Darovic.
- Dec 4, '11 by KellyRNCCRNthanks!
- Feb 12, '12 by bthomasRN81I have applied to Northeastern University in Boston, I haven't heard back from them yet but it has only been a few days.
- Feb 12, '12 by bthomasRN81@Kelly I was also invited to interview at Northeastern in Boston! Have you already been interviewed? Any tips or suggestions if you have? I'm doing everything I can think of to prepare...