Published Jun 19, 2015
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Bwahahaha!! Now I have to figure out if spitting Pepsi on my phone screen is going to cause any damage lol.
Otterbox dude (haha I kid I kid)
RNsRWe, ASN, RN
I like this thread. It is lighthearted and funny. I need some lighthearted and funny.Actually I need to read my stats chapter.
Actually I need to read my stats chapter.
Better enjoy it while it lasts, then.....the boards have a way of sucking the most entertaining threads into a vast electromagnetic chasm called "The Locked Zone"
OP thinks we're monkeys for hire without a need for any of that useless medical knowledge that keeps getting in the way of our pesky pill deliveries.
Speak for yourself. Today I totally felt like a trained monkey. Gah.
I have noticed.
RIP Red Jello
BuckyBadgerRN, ASN, RN
As in "new poster/account with a wildly inflammatory first post"? Lately, this isn't new at all...
Well this is new...
Lol. New as in "wanting to be a nurse with no schooling but for 3/4 the pay".
Eff stats. It's all useless prerequisite crap that isn't necessary to being a nurse. Duh. That's what the thread is about. Keep up, Ood!
....to be referenced for generations to come.....
blondy2061h, MSN, RN
Don't you think if you could work as a nurse without any education for one for only a 25% cut in pay, lots of people would jump on that?
Well, I need to go study abroad. I can't even pay attention to the topic of a thread. How will I survive nursing school? Better just let me dig a bullet out of someone with a pair of needle nose pliers...
I have actually been useful this week!!! So exciting, actually. I still am surprised and enamored when I observe and either fix or report some new development in a patient's condition. (You know, use that pointless 4-year degree I didn't get paid 3/4 to earn.) I had this guy who has been at the hospital for-EVAAA (honestly, this poor guy is such a trooper and just keeps having one thing after another go wrong). Had him only two days, but the first day I spotted mild, barely-there jaundice (which led to labs and meds adjustments, and yes his LFTs were terrible). Then the next day he had a scary episode of airway swelling and pharyngeal bleeding that I totally handled flawlessly, in addition to taking care of (and preventing) other multiple complications that go along with every single organ failing while you somehow have to get invasive procedures, prevent clots, and begin mobility after weeks of deconditioning.
Guuurrrrrllll! I was on that shizz. I'm still new enough at this that I totally get all "WHOO HOO TEAM IXCHEL!!!!" when I get a little victory.
Trained monkey THIS, OP! ðŸ˜‚
Your bogus stats class?
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