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    New Nurse..Lost a pt. I didn't know ID hurt so deeply

    Im worried I did something but , ugh this was first!! It hits hard and like with he got flumazenil
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    New Nurse..Lost a pt. I didn't know ID hurt so deeply

    obvi cause it was benzoic
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    New Nurse..Lost a pt. I didn't know ID hurt so deeply

    First EMS narcanned , and no response until he arrived on unit
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    New Nurse..Lost a pt. I didn't know ID hurt so deeply

    No PMH/PHSx No meds per EHR but that's outdated when he arrived its clear he was getting the Xanax
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    New Nurse..Lost a pt. I didn't know ID hurt so deeply

    Pt was PSych, --was in ED requiring mech. vent and had multiple seizures and a critical care consult was ordered and sent to nearo
  6. On shift in Neuro ICU for 9 months. A young male in twenties came. present with SI overdose of 200 Xanax. On vent and NG. pt doing fine! I did everything but he died...they gave him flumazenil in ED! What elso could I have down. I feel .. like a bad nurse and am sad so sad he had no there conditions Please help me think through this
  7. Im SO confused. Im in my 3rd semester out of 4 in BSN program. Psych teacher said that anti psychotics (typically/1st gen) mainly affect the D2 Dopamine receptors. And it blocks the receptor site...Well I thought Dopamine made you feel euphoric? So why would blocking dopamine receptors help a psych pt regardless if they had schizo or not? This really applies to anything like with pro kinetics some block the serotonin receptor so why wouldn't that make. you more depressed??
  8. So, I was thinking (random thought) if the QT interval is prolonged wouldn't that always mean there has to be some widening of the QRS ?
  9. BSN_Studnt

    Afib

    New onset a fib. What should I do , prepare to hang vasopressor or administer anticoagulants?
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