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Pennsylvania RN with first dui help with PNAP

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Jhope41831 has 14 years experience as a BSN, RN.

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Jhope41831 has 14 years experience as a BSN, RN.

14 Posts; 166 Profile Views

7 hours ago, catsmeow1972 said:

During my time, I developed the habit of doing the check in at 4am on the dot and if I had been summoned, I freaking held it till 6am and was there when the lab opened. Dilute, my a**. Coulda done a pregnancy test off of that. The touch of CKD (thank you years of anti depressants, etc.) that I have also probably helped. I managed to avoid ANY dilutes in 5 years. 

Needless to say, now that I’m able drink enough water to stay hydrated and so forth and not worry about this garbage, those renal numbers are much happier. 

Great advice!! Thanks so much!! Oh no 5 years 😯 awesome you’re on the other side!! 

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