chillin4me, BSN, RN 6,776 Views
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3 year(s) of experience
some pharmacy has compound drugs. for agitation that doesn't respond to anything we do try phenobarbital suppository. And it works wonders.
i already got the job, i am now training/orienting. i was already able to shadow in AM shift. it was pretty intense. i saw a lot of charting... you do assessment everyday in your shift., on Days for 12hrs shift it's 2:12 with 1 aide... i hope i can keep up and do it smoothly when i start working alone.. i think it's the charting, documentation, and and all the writings are making the shift so busy even u have less pts
My bad, i know it was from that setting, i was just asking one member relating to hospice. Sorry!
That's a good point.. Thank you, that particular pt was under hospice and no IV line though..
We get BP it pt receiving HTN meds, sometimes doctors order specifically for it
It really depends on the situation on how to manage pain and/or anxiety if pt is in critical conditions. Thanks for all ur info
Hospice pt usually doesnt have IV
LTC, i still have to do some treatments, basically i need to do everything, but CNA does the peri care.. I don't have any idea either if it is still legal patient load
Hospice.. That's what i thought to coz there's no point of checking there vital signs, but pt tend to have high fever and of course we'll give suppository tylenol
Thanks for all the info, this will greatly help me more as i am ending my job in LTC and start a new job in Hospice House.
(2mg/2ml of roxanol)
We do atropine eye drops and do it SL
Thank you for your input. Really helpful.
1mg of intensol,
Ask the victim if he/she is choking, choking person can't talk and follow the steps to do the maneuver and etc.
I had my recent interview, did not put reference upon request, they did not ask for references though and i got the job
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