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  1. TAVR
    Agreed, these patients are extremely high risk and not candidates for open intervention. This procedure buys patients time but more so quality of life that they did not have. My facility is approx. 2...
    Dec 20, '14
    Forum: Cardiac Nursing
  2. Any cath lab RNs required to take the RCIS?
    I think that if you are non nursing it is a 2 part test, but nursing it is one part. The lab I work in is trying to strong arm everyone into taking it. I would rather take the CCRN or some...
    Oct 4, '10
    Forum: Cardiac Nursing
  3. Any cath lab RNs required to take the RCIS?
    I am interested in finding out if there are other labs that are making their nursing staff to take the RCIS?
    Oct 3, '10
    Forum: Cardiac Nursing
  4. Anyone know Moses Cone Hospital
    I am sorry to say that if I had the oppertunity to look else where I would . It seems that the one respondant was correct, the overall attitude of administration is "if you don't like it go else...
    Oct 12, '08
    Forum: North Carolina Nursing
  5. New to cath lab---advice please!
    The cath lab is a very differant place to work . I love it ! In my lab we rely on each other as an extension of each other. Every position is rotated( scrub,circ and monitor) , I work with cvts, rrt,...
    Aug 7, '08
    Forum: Cardiac Nursing


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