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  1. What is going on in this OR?
    WOW, Twice!! I would run outta there so fast, their heads would spin! It's your license on the line, and you know what is safe for the patient, so don't let their crappy practices bring down your...
    Mar 27, '13
    Forum: Operating Room Nursing
  2. New RN, New OR Hire, How do I survive
    Firstly, let me say, "Congratulations on your new position" because you have worked hard and long! I, too, am still a newbie, so to speak. I've been an RN since 2011, worked in med/surg for 3...
    Mar 27, '13
    Forum: Operating Room Nursing
  3. New RN, New OR Hire, How do I survive
    Firstly, let me say, "Congratulations on your new position" because you have worked hard and long! I, too, am still a newbie, so to speak. I've been an RN since 2011, worked in med/surg for 3...
    Mar 27, '13
    Forum: Operating Room Nursing
  4. OR Sharps safest practice
    Thanks for all of the posts, everyone. I like the foam ones myself, but a lot of the scrub techs at work prefer the magnetic side, so I think that having one foam side and a magnetic side really does...
    Mar 27, '13
    Forum: Operating Room Nursing
  5. OR Sharps safest practice
    Hello All, Please advise on what is considered the best/safest practice for needle holders in the OR. Is it better to use Magnetic or Foam Needle Holders? If so, also, which brand is...
    Mar 24, '13
    Forum: Operating Room Nursing
  6. OR:Magnetic vs Foam Needle Holders
    Hello All, Please advise on what is considered the best/safest practice for needle holders in the OR. Is it better to use Magnetic or Foam Needle Holders? If so, also, which brand is recommended?...
    Mar 20, '13
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  7. Seeking OR Nurse advice
    Thanks for the info. I saw that book and wondered about the Kindle version, so I'll get it also. I'll also check out Evernote.
    Jan 5, '12
    Forum: Operating Room Nursing
  8. Seeking OR Nurse advice
    Yep, I see :-) My new boss says that it's a book that I'll use continuously as a resource, and I got a discount on Amazon from some trade-ins so it cost 1/2 the price. Thanks again.
    Jan 4, '12
    Forum: Operating Room Nursing
  9. Seeking OR Nurse advice
    Thank you very much, Poet. I will invest in the both of them right away, as I start OR preceptorship in March.
    Jan 4, '12
    Forum: Operating Room Nursing
  10. Seeking OR Nurse advice
    What's a really good OR textbook to use a resource? I was told to get Alexander's but I'm not sure of the full name of the text. Thank you.
    Jan 4, '12
    Forum: Operating Room Nursing
  11. Associates degree RN or Diploma RN
    what is the best CNOR textbook to use as a resource? I heard that Alexander's is great, but I'm not sure of the whole name of the book? Does anyone have input? Thank you.
    Jan 4, '12
    Forum: Registered Nurses: Diploma / ADN / BSN


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