Published Aug 30, 2004
i'm on my last semester in ADN program. our 1st exam would be on oncology and altered immunity - HIV/AIDS. our professor told us that med-surg is 50% on a&p! last semester i felt that my last professor wanted me to know diagnosis tests, lab values, treatments, and medication. i'm a bit nervous on how to focus what to study since i'm not familiar with this new professor. what do you think? any suggestion would be greatly appreciated! :balloons:
Hi Janetrette, I'm also entering my 4th semester of a ADN program (I don't want to jinx myself by saying the "L" word). Were doing more psych (yuck), oncology, and burns. I don't have any advice for you, but we can def support each other! Good luck! When is your first day of class?
hi jaimealmostRN what college are you attending? i'm at bmcc. it's my 4th and last semester so it's all med-surg! :balloons:
I do think a lot of Med Surg is A&P but in a not so obvious way. If you know your A&P then you know what side to position s patient after a liver biopsy. I do not think 50% of your questions are going to be straigh Pathopys and such. (I could be wrong). I think if you look at nursing care and how it relates to A&P you should start to make connections.
Just my $0.02 worth! Because I forgot the nursing care in Med Surg and struggled with the A&P ONLY and then I struggled to pass Adult I (medsurg)
Hey, I'm in central NJ. Our first day back is on the 7th! I just got back from vacation and completely forgot about our med math test that is required b/f each semester....oops. Anyway, we are also doing a lot of "transitioning to your new role as a GN." Do you have something like that also? I'm really looking forward to it!
this semester would be all just adult med-surg for us! :balloons:
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