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J Lynn

J Lynn

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J Lynn has 2 years experience and specializes in Endocrinology.

Married with 2 daughters

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  1. J Lynn

    Accutane

    arbonne offers an acne treatment that is all naturally botanically based and nonirritating. here are the links: http://www.arbonne.com/products/beyond_basics/wash.asp http://www.arbonne.com/company/people/before-after2.asp close this window brandi lanning, n/a arbonne clear advantage system, nutriminc® re9 line i have suffered with cystic acne since i was 13 years old. i have used every over-the-counter or prescription drug you can think of. i have been to regular doctors, walk-in clinics and dermatologists. i am now 22 and have finally found the miracle i have been searching for. arbonne is so amazing that my own mother could not believe the results. it was such a blessing that i signed up to be an arbonne consultant. i am hoping that in my line of work (cosmetology) that i can give the gift of great skin to others who suffer with acne. so, if any of you think there is nowhere left to turn, please give arbonne a shot and try the re9 line-it is awesome. for red and purple scars, try the thermal fusion enzyme masque-it too works wonders. thank you so much arbonne! the testimonials on this web site reflect the actual experience of each individual, are anecdotal only, and may be atypical. the testimonials are not based upon any clinical study.
  2. J Lynn

    A day in the life of an LPN

    I work in an office: I run in about 8am after dropping the kids off, turn on exam room lights, sign refill requests from pharmacies, get our first patient in at 8:30, weigh them, take BP and pulse, write down reason for visit, check their meds, and on to the next patient. After doc sees them, I put orders in comp. for blood work and order proceedures if need be. In between doing that, I'm calling patients back with lab results (or getting yelled at b/c I haven't called them back yet). On a slow day I can actually eat something or drink coffee, on a busy day, we see about 11 pts in the AM and the same in the PM. We get one hour lunch (usually a drug rep brings us lunch). In the meantime, I'm usually dodging calls from certain pts. We stop seeing pts at 3pm. I then rap up on my orders and calls till 4:30...then leave and go get the kids and do my errans.
  3. J Lynn

    How are your patients scheduled?

    When I called in to my peds office, they would fit me in without asking why and I would usually see the NP when one was available. Fortunitly, my peds office hardly has just "check ups" so I'm always able to get in, even if there will be a wait. Now, in my office, we fit people in what ever the symptom. I usually let the doc handle how severe something is. We leave a few spots open during the day for those people.
  4. J Lynn

    Advice for new clinic job

    I agree about the medications. They will love you for life if you can get them some help on their meds.
  5. J Lynn

    WesternCareerCollege.. need advice/info!

    Try posting in the California forum....just a thought . Have a good day.
  6. J Lynn

    "I never saw a nurse do all that!"

    Thank you for that post. I go in the office everyday...take a deep breath...and get ready for my 20+ patients demanding my attention. I have to say that I love it!!! My day is very fullfilling. Thanks again.
  7. J Lynn

    How do you find an office/outpatient job?

    Some offices post ads in the newspaper, some you just have to hear from word of mouth. I found my job in the newspaper. I would also ask anyone who knows someone working in an office to put the word out there and before you know it, you got the inside scoop on a job. Good luck!
  8. J Lynn

    nuring homesdeaths in new orleans area

    I think the family of these residents should bear some responsibility for not evacuating those who were able.
  9. J Lynn

    What # of questions did u pass the NCLEX with?

    Passed at 105.
  10. J Lynn

    Just checked my results

    congrats!!!!! :balloons:
  11. J Lynn

    I Passed Boards!!!!!!

    i know, i know............i have an interview monday. i'll let ya'll know what happens. jnette....you changed your aviator again.......it's cute. my computer has been down since sunday due to that trojan virus. i had to reinstall windows........it was a mess.
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    I Passed Boards!!!!!!

    The best pointer I can give you is..........absorb all you can in nursing school b/c the NCLEX books only help a little.
  13. J Lynn

    I Passed Boards!!!!!!

    Thank you blessedwoman! I have an interview next Monday with the hospital I had been wanting to work at........I'll keep everyone posted on how it goes.
  14. J Lynn

    Post op care for 4 yr old-Is this normal?

    That is a troubling thought to know that a child was sent home while not fully awake from anesthesia. Before I went to nursing school, I probably wouldn't have known it was strange. I hope he's ok now.
  15. J Lynn

    When Student Nurse becomes the PT

    Passed out....huh.:chuckle I don't know why, but it always seems that we could watch mutilation happen to anyone else but ourselves.
  16. J Lynn

    my baby sister has breast cancer

    Leslie, Sorry to hear about your sister. I have a younger sister that I'm very close with and she had a canerous nodule removed from her thyroid. It made me think of what I would have done if I lost her. She's my best friend. I'll pray for the both of you and your family to stay strong and hopeful. God already has a plan for her and I pray that she accepts it no matter what the outcome is.
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