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  1. Timeline for endorsing RN license to CA
    Just an update and venting frustrations: Timeline February 27 - Date USPS says my application was delivered March 12 - Date Breeze system shows my application "submitted" March 19 - Attempting...
    Apr 23
    Forum: California Nursing
  2. Low ball offer?
    You're right! I did not enter in the total housing for the length of the contract correctly. I came up with $38.05/hr after fixing it in the PanTravelers calculator. This is in line with what I...
    Apr 22
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  3. Low ball offer?
    Somehow the meals and incidentals didn't copy paste - Meals per diem per shift: $23.33 (70$/week). I work directly through my hospital PRN.
    Apr 21
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  4. Low ball offer?
    Hi, I am new to travel nursing and got my first offer through Aya. My recruiter sent me the pay breakdown and after calculating it out on PanTravelers I am almost offended. I have heard that Austin,...
    Apr 21
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  5. Extra shift bonus?
    Which hospital is this and where can I sign up??
    Apr 21
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  6. Timeline for endorsing RN license to CA
    Here's some interesting articles about why all the applications are taking so long Major Delays for California RN Licenses • BluePipes Blog Shocking Results From California Nursing License...
    Mar 12
    Forum: California Nursing
  7. First assignment offer
    That seems relatively low...I make 35$ /hr working PRN at one of the Methodist hospitals. The Pan Traveler calculator shows you would have a gross pay of 30.10$/hr. We have a traveler with Aya...
    Feb 22
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  8. Advice for my job interview in a MD's office
    Ask a coworker that you were on good terms with for a reference.
    Oct 14, '14
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  9. Preventing phlebitis with Amiodarone
    At our facility we get the patient a PICC if we are going to start amioderone.
    Jan 29, '14
    Forum: CCU Nursing / Coronary / Cardiac
  10. New Grad Residency Experiences in San Antonio
    I went through the residency program for Methodist in February. It runs from about 10-18ish weeks long depending on specialty. You go to class 8 hours a week where they tell you about how great...
    Aug 8, '12
    Forum: Texas Nursing
  11. Low potassium level, post CABG patient
    I work in a cardiac ICU. All of our post-op CABGs have to maintain K's above 4.0. Our cardiothoracic surgeons find this to be most therapeutic. I don't have any sources to cite though.
    Jun 9, '12
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  12. Lasix and Hyponatremia
    That was very informative GrnTea, thank you for that. His Na had been 130 in the previous day's labs and I suspected the high rate of D5 1/2 he was given would worsen that. I don't believe the...
    Jun 8, '12
    Forum: Nursing and Patient Medications
  13. Lasix and Hyponatremia
    Hah! The resource nurse already told me I need to get a life and quit worrying about work so much. I'm not quite at the point where I can accept that I've done the best I can and enjoy my time...
    Jun 8, '12
    Forum: Nursing and Patient Medications
  14. Lasix and Hyponatremia
    As far as I know he had no renal problems, Cr was normal, I don't remember what his BUN was. Vital signs were stable, pressures 130s-140s. As for the fluids, I have no idea, I got a very...
    Jun 8, '12
    Forum: Nursing and Patient Medications
  15. Lasix and Hyponatremia
    I had a patient who's morning labs came back with K 5.0 and Na 127. The patient had been getting D5 1/2 NS all night at 125 cc/hr and urine output was about 30-40 cc/hr. I was concerned for fluid...
    Jun 8, '12
    Forum: Nursing and Patient Medications
  16. CNAs that take extended breaks
    Report them to your supervisor. What's the point of paying for help if they aren't around to help?
    Mar 21, '12
    Forum: LTC: Directors Nursing / Assistant
  17. Geez...they're dropping like flies!
    It sounds like many of you came from schools with really low standards to acceptance if you have drop rates like that. Either that, or your schools do little to support your transition into nursing...
    Mar 21, '12
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  18. tube feeding and gag reflex
    I'm in the orientation phase at my hospital and we just learned about this. We were told that OG tubes are for patients without a gag reflex and to use an NG tube otherwise.
    Mar 1, '12
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  19. What was your gpa and other stats, before BSN acceptance?
    I had a 3.8 when I applied for nursing school. I also had volunteered in an ICU before applying. I started with 3 applications for 3 schools, but in the end only finished one application for the...
    Feb 25, '12
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  20. Med/surg 2, clinical skills or bedside care skills?
    That does not sound like an adequate or even acceptable clinical experience. My school didn't have a medsurg 2 course per se, but in my Management class we were expected to take on at least 3...
    Feb 22, '12
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  21. Fundamentals of Nursing 7th, Potter
    download winrar
    Feb 13, '12
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  22. My First Care Plan -- Help!
    This person had a stroke. This person has heart failure. This person has COPD. Are these all one person? If so, he seems really sick. It's good to put a (secondary to [medical...
    Feb 12, '12
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  23. Fundamentals of Nursing 7th, Potter
    Here are some review materials that cover key concepts you should know.
    Feb 12, '12
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  24. Feeling incompetent
    If 80% of a class fails a test it sounds as if the test is not covering the material being taught. It's unlikely such a nursing program would be around for long if that were the case. Either way,...
    Feb 12, '12
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  25. skewing around a "medical diagnosis"  help!
    Nursing diagnoses are basically a way to prioritize patient care, plan for possible possible negative/positive outcomes, teach, and evaluate progress (improvement and deterioration). I don't like...
    Feb 12, '12
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance


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