Nursing Crib.NET

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Interview Question for Nurses

[...] normally not your responsibility? The post Interview Question for Nurses appeared first on Ask Nursing Crib. [...]

Drug Administration – Dopamine

[...] ? Question from Chanda Nyirenda The post Drug Administration – Dopamine appeared first on Ask Nursing Crib. [...]

How to handle Emergency Situations

[...] would you do with each one. The post How to handle Emergency Situations appeared first on Ask Nursing Crib. [...]

Patient’s Chart Ownership

[...] ? Can the patient read his or her chart? The post Patient’s Chart Ownership appeared first on Ask Nursing Crib. [...]

You will NEVER pick up a wrong medication this way

[...] up the medication 3. Check after you have drawn up the drug You will NEVER pick up the wrong medication this way. Plenty of mistakes are made with wrong medications. So many drugs come in similar [...]

Wrong Medications

[...] Sometimes human errors are unavoidable. If in case a nurse happen to administer a wrong medication to a patient. What should the nurse do? [...]

Scenario on Critical Thinking #2

Anne is a nurse. She has been told that her 18 year old daughter, Mary, has type I DM. Anne is upset and decides she is the best person to educate Mar [...]

Scenario on Critical Thinking

Steve, a new graduate nurse, has been working on a high acuity med-surg unit for 4 months. Many of the patients have complex and changing needs. He is [...]

Nursing Job Interview Question #1

[...] , the key to a successful interview is preparation. So if you will be asked with this interview question, what will be the best possible answer in your opinion. Question 1: Why did you decide to [...]

Interview Question for Nurses

[...] some of the menial tasks for patients that are normally not your responsibility? The post Interview Question for Nurses appeared first on Ask Nursing Crib. [...]

You will NEVER pick up a wrong medication this way

[...] How to avoid administering wrong medications? Next time you are drawing up an IV or IM medication, always check the vial three times: 1. [...]

Wrong Medications

[...] Wrong Medications Sometimes human errors are unavoidable. If in case a nurse happen to administer a wrong [...]

Do you aspirate before giving an IM deltoid injection?

[...] my preceptor told me that you always aspirate with any IM injection, but she couldn't find a hospital policy on this. So which way is the correct procedure? I appreciate any reply on this matter! [...]

Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeding Diagnosis

[...] a Jehovah’s Witness and cannot receive blood products. This section is crossed out per hospital policy, and the patient writes on the permit “I am a Jehovah’s Witness and do not want any [...]

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Interview Question for Nurses

[...] normally not your responsibility? The post Interview Question for Nurses appeared first on Ask Nursing Crib. [...]

Drug Administration – Dopamine

[...] ? Question from Chanda Nyirenda The post Drug Administration – Dopamine appeared first on Ask Nursing Crib. [...]

How to handle Emergency Situations

[...] would you do with each one. The post How to handle Emergency Situations appeared first on Ask Nursing Crib. [...]

Patient’s Chart Ownership

[...] ? Can the patient read his or her chart? The post Patient’s Chart Ownership appeared first on Ask Nursing Crib. [...]

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