Suit….Marc. 

Suit….Marc. 

Posted on April/16/2014 with 58 notes


I died when I saw this last night. 

Megan rocks! 

Posted on April/15/2014 with 264 notes



rnurse:

Today, I wasn’t successful in starting an IV on my L&D patient, and my instructor handed my a** to me. The nurse happened to be there in the room while it happened. She came to me when afterwards, and taught me how she practiced IV’s as a nursing student.She took some IV tubing, and cut approx. 3” of it, and taped it down as shown in the picture. She used an 18 gauge cath, and told me to keep practicing the technique. Although the tubing is stiff, it’s probably the most realistic and cost-friendly way for broke nursing students to practice on their own time. She said once she did this about a hundred times, all she had to worry about was finding a “good” site, and everything else “came naturally”. I’m so grateful that this nurse took time out of her busy day to come offer me some tips and tricks. I showed my instructor and fellow classmates when we had some downtime, and we all found it brilliant, and wondered why no one has thought of this before.She also taught me a lot of other tips and tricks, but I’ll post those another day… ;)Hopefully this helps you guys out!

rnurse:

Today, I wasn’t successful in starting an IV on my L&D patient, and my instructor handed my a** to me. The nurse happened to be there in the room while it happened. She came to me when afterwards, and taught me how she practiced IV’s as a nursing student.

She took some IV tubing, and cut approx. 3” of it, and taped it down as shown in the picture. She used an 18 gauge cath, and told me to keep practicing the technique. Although the tubing is stiff, it’s probably the most realistic and cost-friendly way for broke nursing students to practice on their own time. She said once she did this about a hundred times, all she had to worry about was finding a “good” site, and everything else “came naturally”. 

I’m so grateful that this nurse took time out of her busy day to come offer me some tips and tricks. I showed my instructor and fellow classmates when we had some downtime, and we all found it brilliant, and wondered why no one has thought of this before.

She also taught me a lot of other tips and tricks, but I’ll post those another day… ;)

Hopefully this helps you guys out!

Posted on March/15/2014 with 194 notes
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Posted on March/13/2014 with 37 notes





happyvibes-healthylives:

Caprese Salad

happyvibes-healthylives:

Caprese Salad


"I’d like to get my Vicodin prescription filled….and oh…Can you not run it through my insurance?"

pharmacybrownie:

image

you know when you run into those type of patients. I ain’t stupid…..

Posted on March/13/2014 with 44 notes



angrycpht:

from Cafepress.com

…..says it all…….

angrycpht:

from Cafepress.com

…..says it all…….

Posted on March/13/2014 with 32 notes



HAHAHA…..EXACTLY! 

HAHAHA…..EXACTLY! 

Posted on March/13/2014 with 7 notes




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