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  1. AirforceRN

    Mohawk/McMaster B.S.c.N. housing

    Just my experience, Spending your first year in residence is an amazing time. Not only are you with others who are away from home for the first time but you will be meeting countless friends and peers. I found that nursing is such a specific set of classes that many students only meet and hang out with other nursing students. Spending your first year in res will allow you to meet others from every other program at the school...which is kind of what uni is all about. I spent my first year at Mckay at McMaster...it was awesome... just my 2 cents.
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    An ER "First" for Me...

    My response to your patient.... "Sigh...listen lady....I'm not in the business of providing narcotics to every single patient that walks through these doo......wait......I'm sorry did you say you wanted the Torodol?"
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    Scissors and Holster

    I'm looking for them for the trauma bay/emerg
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    Scissors and Holster

    Nice! Thanks folks...now to find a dealer in Canada...
  5. AirforceRN

    Salem sump NG tube

    I understand what you mean and I have seen this done countless times without any disastrous results. It is not best practice however and the one way anti-reflux valve should be used instead.
  6. AirforceRN

    Message for Raspberry Tea

    Poohbear...I copy and pasted this to Raspberry Tea's inbox for you.
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    Nursing Tattoo

    Agree with the above... My two cents...if you do your research you will find that the caduceus really has no (historical) link to the medical world. The rod of Asclepius is the one you are looking for if you really want a medical symbol. On my shoulder.... http://img705.imageshack.us/i/dsc00053v.jpg/
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    2 step Question?

    As per... This is not a medical advice bulletin board This is a board for nurses and nurses-to-be to discuss nursing issues. Please do not ask for any medical or nursing feedback related to a health situation that affects you, a family member, or someone that is not a patient under your care. This is not a free medical advice board. Please be aware that allnurses.com cannot be responsible for problems resulting from reliance on medical or nursing advice received here. If you have a medical problem, please seek attention from your health care provider.
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    2 step Question?

    I think you're bordering on TOS violation with your questions Jen. I suggest you get it read on Thursday and if you have questions ask your GP.
  10. AirforceRN

    Carry a stethoscope without hanging it on neck

    And here is the link to the famous clip... http://www.allheart.com/pm755.html never used one but they look nice
  11. AirforceRN

    Scissors and Holster

    Thanks Chare...the holsters do look pretty nice. May give those a shot. Any other suggestions people?
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    Scissors and Holster

    Has anyone tried these shears? http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002WJHE7E/ref=pd_lpo_k2_dp_sr_1?pf_rd_p=486539851&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe-1&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B002WJHEHY&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_r=0E93VVH733GTHNX81701 I'm looking to pick up a couple pairs of good shears before I head to a more... trauma intensive environment. I'm looking for something reasonably priced yet effective. Something that I won't cry over if I lose but have still been proven to work. I'm also in the market for a holster...something similar to this http://www.pcscrubs.com/CAMC-Medical-Equipment/Prestige-Medical-Prestige-Padded-Nylon-Holster-Set.asp All I want to hold is shears, kellys, pen, light...maybe a knife. any suggestions would be appreciated Thanks in advance.
  13. AirforceRN

    Drug testing in Canada (Specifically BC)??

    Probably depends on the institution you get hired at. I was never tested in BC but that doesn't mean it can't happen. There is an obvious solution to your problem...
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    How do you make potassium tolerable?

    As stated above, K-dur can be (quite easily) dissolved in water. The pill is made from compressed capsules, crushing the pill will destroy the capsules and in doing so stop the long acting effect. Dissolving in water doesn't destroy the capsules and makes the horse pill much easier to swallow.
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    B.C. nurses call 911 to deal with collapsed man

    As a student I once had a visitor go down (faint) while in hospital visiting a loved one. I ran over with a dynamap to get a bp etc and was told that I should just call security and get them to escort her down to emerg. As she wasn't admitted we weren't supposed to help. I did a bp anyway and I'm sure if she coded we would have done something but that's what I was told...I suppose...if I accidentally did a bp on a fistula or an arm with lymph-edema, or I somehow dislodged a clot or did other damage the hospital would be liable?
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