Radiology Nursing - page 9

In Radiology Nursing licensed nurses may network about the particular challenges faced when working in the Radiology or Imaging area. For example, the following may be discussed: Specific exams or preparation for procedures; administration of and monitoring for reactions to contrast media; administration of moderate sedation and monitoring of patients receiving moderate sedation for procedures; formulating policies and procedures; what background is needed for working as a nurse in a primarily non-nurse area.

  1. Orientation Recommendations?
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    by ratchit Dec 1, '02
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  2. Job description?
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    by ashemson Sep 11, '02
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    dianah
  3. Hypertension during Angio Procedures
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  4. Schedule ideas?
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    by RADRN59 Jul 12, '02
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  5. Just wanna talk
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    by sun Mar 3, '02
  6. Help/advice, please
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    by donmurray Feb 9, '02
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  7. Radiofrequency Neurolysis
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    by GlennRoss Jan 16, '02
  8. Hey Where Did Everyone Go?
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    by radnurse2001 Nov 13, '01
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    AZRadRN
  9. Who is your manager?
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    by radnurse2001 Oct 10, '01
  10. BUN and Creatinine prior to CAT scan
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    by radnurse2001 Oct 9, '01
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    midnightkk
  11. I have a Question
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    by jamistlc Jul 29, '01
  12. Re: Rad Tech's pushing IV Narcotics for sedation
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    by Jan 4, '08
  13. ? about Rad Techs VS Nuc Med Techs
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    by Jan 4, '08

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