I have seen patients with more than one IV lines. Tell me if I'm imagining things. 🤔
Read the original post. It's about IVPB. However, this is a specific answer to her question, NOT all IVBP and infusions. Do I have to reiterate everything here?
I don't know what it means about IVPB at your school. I'd like to watch the NS0.9% and vanco infusing at the same rate 125mL/hr. However, yes, there are medications can't be infused with gravity, must be with a separate line, and pump device. I'll check my IVPB, secondary lines, medications that are must not share with IV lines,...etc.
Thank you for sharing.
I understand people who are scared of the vaccines or medically unable to be inoculated, but I will never understand people who deliberately ignore the safety precautions. Washing hands, use masks, and keep a social distance are another way to slow down or pevent the transmission until those brainiacs figure out a better resolution to this endless madness of COVID-19.
No, I didn't take it but the pharm class has pathophysiology in it. My instructor is fabulous at explaining it and is dumbing it down. It's like having med surg with pharmacology at the same time. He is that excellent at it. I wish I could clone a professor like him, so everyone can enjoy the painful class.
Why would you manufacture cover up about your school? Please explain the angle of your predicament if you don't mind. I just don't get your rationale.
There's nothing wrong that you passed the LPN or LVN without going to a formal nursing school. Be proud of it.
With my personal experience taking a prescription that has been proven safe and effective for millions of women but for me, I'm less judgmental of people. I had medication (will not mention which one because some (doctors and) nurses might recognize me here) sent me to an ED. That med almost got me killed; on the other hand, it has been helping millions of women and has been proven to be safed and effective for many years. Doctors from different specialties came in to see me in less than a day. I had one nurse just for me in each shift. All the attention I craved for so long, I had one just for me. LOL. I'm kidding. No infections. No illicit drugs except levothyroxine and vitamins. My lab showed otherwise normal in many-body systems. I was and am at optimal weight. Not borderline skinny or overweight.
I don't protest that women shouldn't take that medication. I don't even post about it on social media because I don't want people to panic.Too bad I had it bad. I'm just grateful my organs weren't damaged. The doctors and nurses are truly lifesavers. My primary doctor stated I was unlucky and must avoid that drug for the rest of my life. I'm popular in lab places.
I haven't seen any medical articles that the vaccinated people are generally the ones in ICU or severely sick from the COVID-19 vaccines. If the vaccinated people are flooding the hospitals, it's understandable not to be vaccinated. I feel bad for those people who are having reactions to the vaccines. Nobody should be ill. After all, we want to be free from pain and deaths.