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  1. I start Nursing school In August-Anything I can do now to prepair?
    The summer before I started my first year of nursing courses, I bought and read through most of the pharmacology book and fundamental skills book. It was helpful to get familiar with the major...
    May 6, '01
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  2. How old are you?
    I am 27 and a junior nursing student. My mother-in-law is also a junior in our nursing program. She will 50 when she graduates next May. So, I guess you can teach an old dog (or lovely lady Ha!) new...
    Feb 15, '01
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  3. OB Rotation Drugs
    Thank "ya'll" for the info. It was very helpful! Isn't it great to have a place where you get help and find support from people you have never laid eyes on? I hope I am able to return the favor.
    Jan 9, '01
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  4. OB Rotation Drugs
    I need to turn in a list of about 30 drug cards before I begin OB rotation in 2 wks. I'm having a problem finding info on Epifoam and Dermoplast. They are not in my drug guide or preprinted drug...
    Jan 8, '01
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  5. Just think- the semester is almost over!!
    Today, It was officially over for me and I survived!! With the help of some great instructors, good friends, & a loving family. Now is time to rest, relax, and get reaquainted with my family! I just...
    Dec 13, '00
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  6. NG Tube Placement
    I know there is a board specifically for "us" students; however, I need a "real world" answer pertaining to NG tube placement verification. Our text says auscultating is no longer considered...
    Sep 12, '00
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  7. What happens if we DON'T recommend nursing as a career?
    It is good to hear that "caring" nurses are still valued! I am a nursing student who has just begun the "nursing" part of her education. On the first day of one of my classes the instructor said...
    Sep 7, '00
    Forum: Nursing Career Advice
  8. Pharmacology Drug Cards
    The biggest difference is rate of onset. NPH or lente is intermediate acting, onset in 3-4 hours, peak 6-12 hours, duration 18-28 hours. Regular is rapid action, 1/2 to 1 hour onset, 2-4 hour peak...
    Sep 7, '00
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  9. Pharmacology Drug Cards
    No preprinted drug cards are available in our school's bookstore. Sure I'm always looking for ways to save precious study time. Unfortunately, the assignment was to make our own. The card that is...
    Sep 6, '00
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  10. Pharmacology Drug Cards
    Attention all current nursing students, recent grads, or anyone that still remembers: I have just started the clinical part of my college's nursing program and pharmacology is, of course, one of the...
    Sep 3, '00
    Forum: General Nursing Student

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