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  1. Documenting
    That's what I've always thought and been taught. Been a nurse for almost 14 yrs. what kinds of things that the physician says to you would you not chart? Like sometimes he will just say are you...
    Apr 29, '13
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  2. Documenting
    Do you always document what the physician tells you in quotes? For example we have a physician that often at night will say "leave the patient alone and don't call me anymore." This is pretty much...
    Apr 29, '13
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  3. is MAP or diastolic BP below 60 that means tissues are not perfused?
    Yep MAP needs to be above 60 for adequate perfusion to the body. On our unit we pay very little attention to the B/P numbers and focus more on the MAP. I have had several nephro docs tell me though...
    Feb 5, '13
    Forum: CCU Nursing / Coronary / Cardiac
  4. Gerontology Spring 2013
    I was just as surprised by that nasty note. I have a 95% in the class. They must not think my posts are that horrible. :cheeky: This whole program annoys me.
    Feb 5, '13
    Forum: Ohio University Online Nursing
  5. Insulin and Levophed drips on cardiovascular unit
    Then the pt has to go to CCU.
    Feb 4, '13
    Forum: Cardiac Nursing
  6. Gerontology Spring 2013
    Excited to see this thread!
    Feb 4, '13
    Forum: Ohio University Online Nursing
  7. Insulin and Levophed drips on cardiovascular unit
    I work on a cardiac/step down ICU. Our max is a 4 patient load. We have insulin gtts a lot but our MST's do the finger sticks. We do allow Levo on our floor; however if your patient is placed on it...
    Feb 3, '13
    Forum: Cardiac Nursing


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