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quiltynurse56 LPN, LVN

PDN Pediatrics

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    The two minute catheterization!

    Wow, what a story, glad to hear everyone was not injured. Sounds like you definitely lead an interesting life with your job. I bet your husband was scared for you too.
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    I Lost My Baby And My Phone!

    This is a beautiful story. You can be sure that she will always remember you and how you helped her to start moving forward.
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    Apple Watch - Why I Love It!

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    Apple Watch - Why I Love It!

    Well, it worked well last night in counting pulses and reapers. That is what I had hoped for.
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    Apple Watch - Why I Love It!

    I got my Apple watch this week. I got the 38mm sport one. I am able to read things fine with my "old" eyes. I am looking forward to using it this weekend at work. I can not wear traditional watches as the batteries die within the month. Gets kind of old replacing the battery all the time. I had a Vivofit fitness band with clock on it. Where I work last year, it worked out not having a second hand as the resident rooms all had clocks with the second hand. Now, that I work per diem through a staffing agency, I can't always be sure of that. So, went with the Apple Watch. So far I am loving it. The clock face I use most of the time has other data on it and the one I really appreciate is the outside temp. No longer do I have to pull up an app to find that out.
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    Nclex PN and pearson vue trick

    I didn't know you were in California. That wait has got to be nerve wracking for you. Get busy doing things you enjoy doing an make sure that resume is ready to go. With Thanksgiving and Christmas coming up, I am sure that there are lots of things to get your mind off of the results for a while.
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    It's A Whole Different World Down Here...

    Your post is right on. My grandson was 1 day short of 27 weeks and weighed 2.5 pounds. When he went home 9 weeks later, he seemed to big. NICU nurses are awesome to both their very tiny patients and their parents. Today, he is almost 4 years old and very happy and healthy. He takes his parents to the NICU reunion every year so far. My hats are off to the NICU nurses.