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haunani BSN, RN

Ortho/Neuro (2yrs); Mom/Baby (6yrs); LDRP (<1yr)
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haunani has 10 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Ortho/Neuro (2yrs); Mom/Baby (6yrs); LDRP (<1yr).

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    My previous 2 hospitals, both with about 2400-2800 deliveries/year did NOT do them in-patient. They referred out to pediatric dentists for all cases, if they e...
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    Funniest, Weirdest, Most Unusual Baby Names

    Better then the pronunciation of "uh-bee-sity" 🙄
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    Thoughts on transferring from couplet care to L&D?

    Through a job change, I moved from M/B (couplet care) to an LDRP. I'm just finishing up my orientation to the L&D aspect of it in the next couple weeks. H...
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    L&D “extremes”

    Postpartum for 6 years/L&D for 2 months: Largest set of multiples: Twins Longest overdue: 42 Youngest mother: 12 years Oldest mother: ...
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    Wasting meds AFTER admin?

    The reason I ask is that we just got some education/training at work, and it included the following: ■ NEVER waste at the time of removal from the Pyxis ma...
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    Wasting meds AFTER admin?

    What is the reasoning for wasting meds AFTER administration and not before? Like, if I pull out 1mg Dilaudid, but I'm only going to give 0.5mg. It's probably ...
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    Nursing and Tattoos

    Really... it depends. Some facilities are super strict about NO visible tattoos, some are more lenient as long as they aren't offensive. Sometimes it's le...
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    This is the combo I used to study and easily pass my exam: Maternal Newborn and Low Risk Neonatal Nursing with Core Text (CCPR Study Workbook for Certificati...
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    New Process Admitting Couplets... HELP!!!

    I can share how we do it here. When I first transferred in, we did it that same way you used to. Baby to nursery, admit done there, then returned to mom. T...
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    Ridiculous medical mistakes on TV

    I know this one's probably been mentioned, but I'm just now starting Sons of Anarchy with my husband, and noticed how the premature baby went from a tiny, scraw...
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    Providence St. Peter Hospital Residency Nov. 2016

    I'd be interested to hear how you two are liking St Peter. I'm looking into moving to the area in a couple years (gotta finish that BSN first!) and would like ...
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    I have not a clue on this impossible math problem

    I got that it would take 119 minutes, so it'd be done at 1259. (500 mL) * (10 gtt/mL) * (1/42 min/gtt) = 5000/42 = 119.05 minutes
  13. First off, I know the best way to get an answer to this is to contact the hospital directly, but I'm impatient and want answers while I work on a list of questi...
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    PCA pumps and capnography

    We've done that at my hospital for a few years now (at least 4). While, like most things, they can refuse it, usually telling them the safety risks gets them t...
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    Moving to Seattle/surrounding area

    Another Seattle(ish) transplant here, too! We're hoping to make the move in a few years, after I finish my BSN here in IL. I just seem to keep moving west as ...
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    Security on Mother Baby Unit

    We are a locked unit and use SafePlace tags for infant security. Visitors have to buzz at the door, provide the patient's name, and sign in to receive a wristb...