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MaryPush

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MaryPush specializes in Psych, Psych and more Psych.

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  1. MaryPush

    Premarin IV

    www.wyeth.com/products
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    Can I get your opinion??

    Wow, sorry you're going through all of that. However, according to the TOS of this site, this is not a medical advice board. You need to call your doc. Hope you feel better.
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    Help with abbreviations

    Many facilities' medical records departments have an "approved abbreviations" list and only those abbreviations are permitted in charting. In my experience, it has been found in a polices and procedures manual. Also, the med rec dept would probably be glad to print a copy for you if you have trouble locating one. Mary
  4. What a beautifully written piece!
  5. MaryPush

    Nurse strangles hitman with her bare hands!

    I think the attack actually happened in September 2006.
  6. MaryPush

    Green stool

    Cap'n Crunch w/ Crunchberries (not fuzzy, just "Play-doh" green)
  7. Try searching this site for a thread. I found one from last fall that looked very helpful, but I don't know how to provide a direct link to it.
  8. MaryPush

    Who would you take a verbal order from?

    Nope, it doesn't. An agency pays the Joint Commission to survey and accredit them. No agency/organization is required to have Joint Commission accreditation.
  9. MaryPush

    Drinks in the nurses station...

    pop cop, hee hee
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    Drinks in the nurses station...

    occupational safety and health standards bloodborne pathogens [color=#003399]1910.1030(d)(2)(ix) [color=#003399]2006 - 05/17/2006 - requirements for covered beverages at nurses' stations. eating, drinking, smoking, applying cosmetics or lip balm, and handling contact lenses are prohibited in work areas where there is a reasonable likelihood of occupational exposure. occupational exposure means reasonably anticipated skin, eye, mucous membrane, or parenteral contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials that may result from the performance of an employee's duties. is there a reasonable likelihood of occupational exposure at your nurses station? if the answer is yes, then osha says no. osha does not tell anyone what they can do, only what they can't do.
  11. MaryPush

    IM site bleeding

    I was giving Prolixin decanoate a few weeks ago, aspirated, and lo and behold! Darned if I didn't aspirate blood!! Second time in 20 + years of giving IMs. The first time was as a student giving a pre-op Demerol IM. So, yes, I still aspirate. Mary
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    It's long, dangerous, but worth typing, to me!

    You may believe they belong there, but unless the morbidly obese patient has a gun to head, knife to throat or pills in mouth an acute psychiatric hospitalization is not going to be covered by most insurances. Being morbidly obese for whatever (psychological) reason, unfortunately, is not going to be addressed in an acute psychiatric setting. But I hear what you are saying.
  13. MaryPush

    is it oriented or orientated?

    "Stint" for stent. "Ongoingly"
  14. MaryPush

    First Day in Psychiatric Nursing Clinicals

    FYI, still a good feeling (even after 18+ years):)
  15. MaryPush

    Question about Psych

    Congratulations:balloons: