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    Quick Facts/nclex Infecton Control

    Hi Jack! As I recall donning is ok. as I read somewhere removing is that way: Removing: 1. gloves 2. Hand wash 3. Mask 4.Gown 5. Goggles/Eyewear
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    NM->NJ how to transfer

    THANKS! Sure come with me! (sounds good to me). Just before I finally settle down I would like to try different places. I already came to stay with my friend in NY, and we have place to share.)) I assumed that I can do it relatively fast, but now I afraid I stuck. Travel is already pricey for me now. I already was on both web sites of NM and NJ BON. Now I have another question: Is it possible to get a Temporary license in another state while having NM license and while doing endorsement thing? As I know NM is a compact state license. Is that mean if I go to another Compact state (TX for example is a compact state too), CAN I start to work without doing wasting time/money for Endorsement process? I am in trouble(!what a moron), if I have to go all the way down to south; I am already tight in money- if I gotta wait 2 months or more for endorsement. Unless I got to bike to South (I got a bike), if bicycling I can show up at best only by November))) Any smart suggestion will be highly appreciated. Please...
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    NM->NJ how to transfer

    HEllo, can you advise please how to change license from NM to NJ? is it should be done by an endorsement?
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    NM->NJ how to transfer

    Hello! How to transfer the license from NM to NJ? and how it can be done faster? any input appreciated!
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    Anyone Up For Random FACT THROWING??

    Hi GUYS! i took NCLEX, no math at all (which made me scary), infection control , priority several SATA. and some easy like questions I had no idea of. it was like going up and down on edge. to Everyone here I wish GOOD LUCK. magic of this thread will help to pass:up: Good luck December!, buttercup!, Jack, Jadu! and all those that were posting here together! Develop your critical thinking (i still have to work on mine)! pay attention to decisions you make. see the difference between problem/s of Right NOW and those that Might come.
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    Took Nclex Today...nervous

    Good Luck!!!
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    Anyone Up For Random FACT THROWING??

    Therapeutic Ranges PACT of 10-20 -Phenytoin -Acetaminophen -Chloramphenicol -Theophylline ...amine=150-300 ng/ml -Imipramine -Desipramine ...LOL Valproic 50-100! -propranoLOL ng/ml -Valproic Acid mcg/ml MgSO4 = 4-7 ************** Phenobarbital =10-30 Therapeutic range of these drugs are CODED in their names; Di=2(means two) Amide-5 letters, the rest in CAPITAL Letters (lower range) and total number of letters (higher range). DIsopyrAMIDE 2-5 GENTAmicin 5-10 TOBRAmycin 5-10 CARBAmazepin (e) 5-12 ************* EthoSUXemide 40-100, it is just suxs)) I dont gave LITHIUM, Digoxin, lidocain since we already must know them! Li =0.5-1.3 mEq/L Di=0.5-2 ng/ml Lido 1.5-5 mcg/ml
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    Anyone Up For Random FACT THROWING??

    ok i found my self (jack posted once) pneumonia "the good lung down"
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    Anyone Up For Random FACT THROWING??

    patient with left pulmonectomy should be placed on his OPERATED side. the patient with left side pneumonia how should be positioned? on the right/healthy side?
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    75 Questions and 45 Minutes Later...

    GOOD LUCK!:yeah::yeah:
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    Anyone Up For Random FACT THROWING??

    yes. i had similar question and as you said the correct answers were "just choose/check the ones that really fit the lvn"
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    July 10th at 2pm...

    GOOD LUCK! you WILL DO IT!
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    Please help with this math question!

    No, No need for lasix. it is correct, because the question was about elephant clinic (anorexic one). How many UAP one will need for 1440 bags, not mention shoes?
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    Anyone Up For Random FACT THROWING??

    it is also may be partially correct but it is NOT ONLY limited to 3rd timester, the key word it is MAY BE DONE starting anywhere after 13-14 weeks, thus, it may be done whenever they need it to be done after that time.
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    Anyone Up For Random FACT THROWING??

    where is it written? "Amniocentesis may be done after 13-14 week of pregnancy. Performed to determine genetic disorders, metabolic defects, and FETAL LUNG MATURITY" Saunders 4ed, p.291 same in mosby :paw::paw:
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    Anyone Up For Random FACT THROWING??

    Screenings for Fetal Problems 1st TRIMESTER (Chorionic villis sampling, US scan) 2nd TRIMESTER (AFP screening or Quad Screening,Amniocentesis) 3rd TRIMESTER (kick counts,Nonstress Test,Biophysical Profile, Percutaneous Umbilical Blood sampling, Contraction Stress Test ) Ultrasound screening -can be vaginal or Abdominal (in latter make Her drink water to fill bladder) -Confirms viability -Indicates fetal presentation -Confirms multiple gestation -Identifies placental location -Measurements can be taken to confirm/estimate gestational age -Identify morphologic anomalies Chorionic villis sampling 8-12 weeks for early diagnosis of genetic, metabolic problems Amniocentesis -13-14 weeks Is done under US scan to obtain a sample of amniotic fluid for direct analysis of fetal chromosomes, development, viability and lung maturity AFP 15-18 weeks-Maternal Blood Drawn AFP also called =Quad marker screening: -maternal serum alpha fetoprotein (MSAFP), -human chorionic gonadotropin (HcG), -unconjugated estriol (UE), -and inhibin A low AFP-Down syndrome high-Spina bifida it is not an absolute test if it is abnormal -further investigation is recommended Kick counts (tests Uretro placental capability) Same time every day mother records how often she feels the fetus move if mininum 3 movements are not noted within an hour's time, the mother is encouraged to call her physician immediately! Nonstress Test checks FHR and mother detects Fetal movements. Contraction Stress Test -tests perfusion between Placenta and Uterus (basically O2 and CO2 exchange) -IV accessed and performed in a labor and deliver unit under electronic fetal monitoring contractions initiated by Pitocin or nipple stimulation the desired result is a "negative" test which consists of three contractions of moderate intensity in a 10 minute period without evidence of late decelerations the test is done to detect problems so if it is Positive (persistent late decelerations ) then-CS how is done: The electronic fetal monitor is placed on the maternal abdomen for 20-30 minutes Each time the fetus moves, FHR should accelerate 15 beats/min above the baseline for 15 seconds A reactive (good) test =>2 accelerations in FHR occur with associated fetal movement Biophysical Profile (BPP) identification of a compromised fetus and consists of 5 components: -fetal breathing movement -fetal movement of the body or limbs -fetal tone (extension or flexion of the limbs) -amniotic fluid volume index (AFI) visualized as of fluid around the fetus -reactive non-stress test each component 0-2, 8-10-desirable. Percutaneous Umbilical Blood sampling -like amniocentesis but cord punctured -chromosomal anomalies, feta karyotyping, and blood disorders Evrywhere where woman's abdomen is punctured informed consent is needed, and risks like amnionitis spontaneous abortion, preterm labor/delivery, and premature rupture of membranes must be explained. If she Rh--she may be RHoGAM given. Everybody have a nice weekend! be more confident and less anxious, and me too) :paw: