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  1. Question .... for How long we can keep skull bone in refrigerator?
    Hi I interface a problem with bone flap from skull kept in regular refrigerator for six months ,,,,, my Question .... for How long we can keep skull bone in refrigerator? and under which...
    Aug 12, '12
    Forum: Operating Room Nursing
  2. Question ....Using gown during transfering patient with infection
    Thank you Mis Ashley for your helpfull answer ......... sbruc002 I think according to CDC no need for PPE during transfering any patient if the colonized areas of the patient’s body are...
    Aug 9, '12
    Forum: Infectious Disease Nursing
  3. Question ....Using gown during transfering patient with infection
    Daer All, I have a concern regard wearing gown during transfering any patient under contact or droplet precaution. any one has idea about that if it is good practice and if there is any reference...
    Aug 6, '12
    Forum: Infectious Disease Nursing
  4. Dobutamine Advice
    Dobutamine where given almost for CHF :redbeathe patient on lasix (furosemide) IV with dobutamine is Incompatible at y-site IV infusion:down:
    Apr 21, '11
    Forum: CCU Nursing / Coronary / Cardiac
  5. Zeroing the transducer...help?!
    "1) Turn stopcock off to patient 2) Remove cap 3) Press "Zero" 4) Replace cap 5) Turn stopcock back to neutral" excellent:redbeathe simple and clear but some types of caps contain a...
    Apr 21, '11
    Forum: MICU / SICU Nursing
  6. Hematoma vs. Hemorrhage
    In general Hemorrhage blood loss are running,but in hematoma it's only blood collection and the bleeding stop.
    Nov 19, '10
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  7. What are you using for sedation?
    We use mostly Ultiva (remifentanyle) for sedation despite its analgesic, and recently we start using Precedex (dexmedetomidine) with some patients. In rare cases may need extra morphine or Dormicum...
    Nov 19, '10
    Forum: MICU / SICU Nursing
  8. Survey regarding tube feedings
    dear dnpstudent, i worked in icu 1.5 year and in ccu 1.5 year i hope my reply is helpful for you pico question: in critically ill mechanically ventilated adults receiving temporary enteral...
    Oct 27, '10
    Forum: CCU Nursing / Coronary / Cardiac
  9. Does anyone know the average cost per day to patient for ICU?
    In my hospital its need btw 500$ to 2000$ in 24 hrs if ther is no sugical interventions
    Aug 26, '09
    Forum: Critical Care Nursing
  10. What area of nursing do you like most and why?
    Regard me I prefer and work in ICU where alot of nursing procedures done and working with critcal cases. It perhaps need alot of effort but I am happy there.
    Feb 22, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  11. medical students refusing to obey hygiene rules
    ?????!!!!!!!!!!! The first thing ISLAM but purity basic for Muslims and confirm hygien columns. I so surprised why you dont ask how they do in there OR. Simply you can put curtain around the...
    Feb 17, '08
    Forum: Nursing News
  12. How do you learn to give injections?
    In regard my school we learn the method in lab then try it on dolls under teacher supervision in ideal steps, after that in other courses we practice injection in hospital with our teacher, and by...
    Jul 21, '07
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  13. Question about vitamine B12 IM injection
    thank you Mr SandieO for reply
    Jun 26, '07
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  14. Question about vitamine B12 IM injection
    Hi, Im newly graduated. I assigned to give my uncle a course of vit B12 inj. but he express pain at time of inj, is it from vit B12 it self or my little experience ? and how can I master...
    Jun 23, '07
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  15. Which one would you pick and why?
    it is elusive qustion, but I think a. respiratory as base line data because the pt will recieve sedative.
    Apr 25, '07
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum


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