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    Declatory process....

    Do you mean submit a declaratory order?
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    I'm done too! Had my finals today. Pinning on Thursday!!!!!
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    Who's graduating in December 05?

    Me!! I can't wait!
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    the "herbs" on NCLEX?

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    We were told, yes, you must address EVERYTHING.
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    Fall 4th semester students...

    For those of you who will be graduating in December, how comfortable do you feel with your grasp of disease processes? There are days when I think, "I forgot what I'm supposed to do with ____________, or what's the first thing to do for ____________...
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    Is there a list of must-know drugs related to NCLEX?

    Suzanne, I sent you my email addy also. Thanks!
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    Online NCLEX questions

    Hey thanks! :)
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    Online NCLEX questions

    Anyone have any good links to free online study questions? TIA.
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    Killer exam!

    D B B A #3 would be the toughest, because you would have to read a lot into that question, which they tell you not to do. I would want a detailed history, lots of important questions to ask. However, in an emergency, you don't always have ...
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    Next set of questions...

    1. b 2. b 3. a 4. a
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    Top 10 things never to say to clinical instructor

    Don't say 'Alzheimers' as 'Old timers'.
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    Help Quick! DKA nursing dx!

    I have a 15 yr old patient with DKA. For the life of me, I cannot figure out a nursing dx for her. My book lists a couple, but they refer mainly to new dx's of DM, which this is not. My care plan book has: Body temperature alteration, risk for ...
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    Breast Cancer Teaching Project

    Hi. I am doing a breast cancer teaching project. Anyone have any suggestions on what I could "make" to resemble a lump in a breast?
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    Test Questions

    The air bubble "locks" the medication into the tissue. If your syringes are prefilled, there should be a bubble already in the syringe and you shouldn't push it out.