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  1. Rythym question
    Hi Indy: You need more data. What happens with the P wave at the pause, if it remains normal it sounds like normal sinus bradycardia with a RBBB and escape beats. The question is why so...
    Sep 3, '08
    Forum: CCU Nursing / Coronary / Cardiac
  2. Nasopharyneal Suctioning Policies
    I understand the concern for patients with regard to sinusitis, but oral suctioning can only get the upper airway. Deep suctioning by the oral route is contraindicated because of the risk of...
    Aug 15, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  3. Helpful Hints: Female Patient Urinary Catheter Insertion
    Thanks. Great advice that is very practical. So few female patients have text book anatomy. It has been my experience that the meatus is often located in the proximal upper vaginal wall. This is...
    Aug 14, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  4. Critical Care Nursing Article
    Thanks for sharing your experience. We all come to work and care for others often with so much already on our plates. Faith is a wonderful comfort. Grace only can bring us through those most...
    Aug 14, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  5. Where to find a good stethoscope?
    :typingHi there: I agree that Littmann is the best. The bottom line Littmans are expensive when compared to other brands but are more duarble and dependable. They are unquestionably the best. If...
    Aug 14, '08
    Forum: Nursing Scrubs / Uniforms / Gear
  6. Nasopharyneal Suctioning Policies
    I was trained as a student that maintaining a clear airway is one of the most primary of all nursing priorities. It has come to my attention that some facilities require an MD order for suctioning...
    Aug 14, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion


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