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Fold and Mold Dressing Packing

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by Feral.Cat.Herder Feral.Cat.Herder (Member) Member Nurse

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simplybam has 5 years experience.

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@Feral.Cat.Herder oh yeah definitely start on the POC because that takes the longest to grasp with the do's & don'ts lol, you need to work on pneumonic for all your AOC you will need it for your POC & Notes. To be honest with you, after reading my NSL, I set it aside and spent all my studying on POC, ASSESSMENTS & Notes. I didn't start with lab practice until 2wks consistently before  I left for my wkend, because i know this is only half a day of my whole wkend and I need it to be fresh on my mind! I'd 6wks short notice to take my CPNE and it paid off with no repeats! So when I tell you that you can do it, I truly do mean it.

Also try not to pay attention to any negative people that may have been unsuccessful on this test and/or scares you that's it's hard because this test is VERY DOABLE...😊

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Feral.Cat.Herder has 22 years experience and specializes in Peds, MS, DIDD, Corrections, HH, LTC.

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@simplybam, thank you so much!!! You're the best! 

 

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Omg! think I better start doing it this way now at work. I use cotton tip applicators all the time when doing wound care. I hope this will not be the death of me when I get to cpne. Thanks for the tips everyone.

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Feral.Cat.Herder has 22 years experience and specializes in Peds, MS, DIDD, Corrections, HH, LTC.

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16 hours ago, Dy-no-mite Nurse1 said:

Omg! think I better start doing it this way now at work. I use cotton tip applicators all the time when doing wound care. I hope this will not be the death of me when I get to cpne. Thanks for the tips everyone.

IKR. I've been trying to do everything I can at work like I'm learning it for the CPNE! 

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