marlena.erika, BSN Pro 1,177 Views
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I really think any job has the potentiality to get old.
Yes I agree with you Xlorgguss. Perfusionist profession is a very new profession globally and it's a job that is not just confined to the operating theatres! I feel that the job is quite varied in patients and across the hospital settings such as ICU, CCU, respiratory and of course in paediatrics.
I'm actually looking forward to applying and hopefully getting accepted into one of the schools í ½í¸Š
Can anyone assist in advising on how to become a Medical Perfusionist. Or is there anyone out there that is a Medical Perfusionist that can describe your pathway to the job and describe your typical day.
[QUOTE=Coffee Nurse;9502621]I don't see any reason to jump straight to drugs when OP has no idea whether or not she'll even be bothered once she gets in there.[/QUOT!
I am a nursing student going into my OB clinical rotation. I am very nervous for many reasons... 1) I don't have kids yet and 2) we are likely to see a vaginal delivery and/or C-section. I have never had the opportunity to observe any kind of surgery and I am terrified at the possibility of passing out! Honestly even the thought of seeing a live vaginal delivery scares me! I don't have any issues seeing blood or doing things like IV's and such with needles. I have seen a few procedures like a bone marrow biopsy but nothing that was an actual surgery. Anyway, I was wondering if anyone had some advice for me??? I know to eat a good breakfast before clinical but is there any other tips/tricks you may have? Thanks in advanced!
- A terrified nursing student
Hi I am an Endorsed Enrolled Nurse here in Australia. I have a Diploma in Nursing. I have worked in the OR as an anaesthetic nurse here for the last 15 years. I assist the Anaesthetist will every kind of Anaesthetic required. I love my job. I was wondering if I am eligible to be able to work in this role in Texas. I think I would qualify as a LVN over there. Thank you for your response.
Hi I am an Endorsed Enrolled Nurse in Australia. I work in the OR and specialise is Anaesthetic Nursing.
Would I be able to work in California an as Anaesthetics LVN or LPN nurse ?
Thank you so much . â˜º
We have doctor friends that bought a house outside Santa Barbara (Goleta to be exact) because properties and renting there are just expensive in general because it's a "beach city". Especially if you want a backyard it can and will be very expensive. Cottage Hospital pays well but still won't be enough for cost of living if you want to live IN sunny SB.
Santa Barbara is expensive too. Think 2k for a 1bedroom apartment! Oh and the whole Santa Baraba county don't have a target lol. Just a not so fun fact. Lived there for about 2yrs
It may seem like a dream staff position, but it certainly won't be a dream when the cost of living hits you. Trust me, I just moved out of SF and CA altogether because it is too expensive to live there, even with the pay rates being decent.
I had this question on a practice test on Quizlet. If this question was found on the NCLEX would it be above the passing line?
A client with a headache arrives in the emergency department and is staggering, confused, smells of alcohol, and is verbally abusive. The nurse explains to the client that the health care provider will need to perform an assessment before the administration of medication. When the client becomes verbally abusive, the nurse threatens to place the client in restraints. With what can the client legally charge the nurse as a result of this nursing action?
Thank you so much everyone... I guess this week will be RN shoe shopping this week!!!
I'm a bit of a sneakerhead so when I first started working as an RN, I thought I could wear the most comfortable sneakers I have (Adidas Ultraboost III). My legs ached so much the following day! A couple of veteran nurses advised me to try Danskos (which I swore I wouldn't wear for what I thought were lack of aesthetics :-D ). But, lo and behold, no leg pain, no foot pain, no back pain. Really awesome support for me. I've worn the same pair for two years now. I use their Pro line. Love that they're easy to wipe clean, too!
I wear Brooks PureFlow running shoes. I wear my "retired" running shoes as work shoes when I get 300 running miles on them.
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