emergenceRN17 ASN, BSN, RN

OMFS, Dentistry

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emergenceRN17 has 5 years experience as a ASN, BSN, RN and specializes in OMFS, Dentistry.

Oral surgery, Implantology, and OR nursing 

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    Questions about OR fellowship?

    That's wonderful. I am a circulator but can definitely say that had I learned to scrub first, it would have made the understanding of circulating a bit easier. Try to do both if you can. You will be more marketable and it will help everything come t...
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    Questions about OR fellowship?

    Will you be both scrubbing and circulating?
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    What are medics doing in your ED?

    I am sure that it is different depending on the hospital system. In the field, medics can give almost 125 medications independently and do a few interventions that even us RN's can't do such as intubation, king tubes, cardiovert, pace. Medics do tho...
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    Calling A Code Death (call police?)

    In my state, Police, Fire, and EMS usually show up together.
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    Advice Please: Seeking Operating Room Job

    I found these to have OR nurse residency programs: -Penn State Health Hampden Medical Center. -Penn State Health Lancaster Medical Center. -Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.
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    Advice Please: Seeking Operating Room Job

    I totally agree with Rose_Queen. See if you can find an OR Residency program once you graduate. Not sure what state you are in but there are several in mine (MA). Or you can also take Perioperative 101 by the AORN, it is offered at some nursing sch...
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    What to do with my dog?

    I am an nurse and hubby is a medic. We are both gone for long hours but all 3 of our fur babies are litter trained, have tons of food, water, and toys to keep themselves occupied until one of us gets home. That can be really daunting for a new pupp...
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    How to spot a bad nurse

    Most I know go through a longer more specialized residency. This is the link to the program: https://www.mass.gov/doc/post-graduate-transitional-year-program/download After doing this 1 year program, it looks like he then served as a flight surg...
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    How to spot a bad nurse

    Well it is a 1 year residency so I look at it as good. I am not sure why it is named as such as it makes it look like an internship but it is isn't.
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    How to spot a bad nurse

    It is a transitional residency program that consists of one year at the Shattuck.
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    Moving to Boston, advice needed!

    Hi, I too have an October birthday. I got my license in February of an even year and was not obligated to renew it that October. Just every two years after.
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    Refusing to Cover for a Colleague

    I have always loved the way that you word things!! ❤️
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    AORN Peri Op Exam

    I agree with Rose_Queen. There is a study guide for each of the 25 modules that help you study for the final. I have also seen some good flashcards on Quizlet as well.