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Telemetry/Med Surg

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  1. suzy253

    Shaky hands

    This might be a silly question but I'm concerned about it. I naturally have shaky hands--all my life really. It's not that I'm nervous but just a natural thing for me. Would this really be a set back in a nursing career? What patient would want to see a nurse start an IV line with their hands trembling??? This really bothers me! Thanks for any input.
  2. Thank you...from a 2006 Diploma program grad xx
  3. suzy253

    Bacterial Pneumonia, Top 5 assessments??

    don't you even need to get the rationales from your textbook???
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    Terrible clinical day, nurses don't seem to care.

    Absolutely brilliant, Roy!!! thanks
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    5 years today!

    Congratulations!! Well done!!
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    Really bad test questions!!

    Agree with Daytonite..the answer is D
  7. if you pm me, i can probably get you a copy and send if pdf file....include your email address
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    Is your unit hiring new grads???

    My hospital isn't hiring anyone at the moment...in fact we're facing layoffs.
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    One of those weeks

    Phew Lizabells....hugs to you!!!
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    Patients' Bath Basins as Potential Sources of Infection

    No doubt about it....I was thinking the same the other day.
  11. suzy253

    Thinking of moving to Providence,.........

    Hi. I live in RI. There are a couple of hospital networks you can check out. Lifespan incorporates RI Hospital, Miriam, Hasbro Childrens, Newport Hospital and Bradley. www.Lifespan.org Then there's Care New England which includes Kent, Women's and Infants and Butler http://www.carenewengland.org/default.cfm There are other hospitals including South County, Our Lady of Fatima, the VA in Providence, Roger Williams Hospital Providence is lovely but like other metropolitan cities, it has some not-so-good areas. There are lots of smaller towns to choose from as well. Feel free to PM me if you'd like more info.
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    My most critical patient

    I think you did a great job in identifying a sick patient!
  13. You should familiarize yourself with topics related to immigration https://allnurses.com/international-nursing/must-read-international-272170.html
  14. There is nothing at all you can do to "beat" retrogression. It's not going to happen
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    I passed the NCLEX

    Congratulations!!
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    The dirty work?

    Yes, you'll be involved in all that type of stuff...even blood. You'll be seeing people at their most vulnerable on a daily basis. Good luck in what you decide
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    NCLEX Quick Results

    You passed...congrats
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    Clinicals...ugghhhhh

    Perhaps it's not really that the 'nurses aren't always the friendliest'. We're just extremely busy with patient loads that are ridiculous and thinking of different things, being pulled one way or another. Yes, we've all been there and I'm a fairly new grad under 3 years but wait until you see what it's like when you get on the floor and experience what RN's are going through. Cheers
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    Hugs to all of you in the Buffalo Area

    Terrible tragedy. Thoughts and prayers to families of those lost and residents of Buffalo
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    New career, new hopes

    Good for you! Welcome to Allnurses
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    Death of a pt

    I've sat several tlimes with patients who were actively dying and no one was with them. The other nurses on the floor knew this and pitched in to do my meds on my other patients. After death, providing post mortum care is done with total dignity. Really nothing to be afraid of.
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    Nursing Care Plan for Medical Diagnosis of Syncope

    Are you kidding me? You asked for help and you received it. Daytonite puts a lot of work into helping out students with care plans such as yourself. I am also appalled!!! Unbelievable!!!:angryfire
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    I'm IN! Accepted to St. Joe's!

    Congratulations! 2006 grad of St. Joe's.
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