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As a Pharmacist I prescribe this regularly. Lol. Thanks Carly

so true---I don't drink coffee, but made me laugh anyways! It's medical lingo for: Caffeine---By mouth (PO), every 4 hours as necessary (PRN)! This would have been funnier back in nursing school ages ago!

That Glorious Moment You Get A Flash On A Hard Stick http://tmiky.com/pinterest

The real joy comes when you advance the catheter all the way, the iv flushes well, and gives a great blood return! The flash itself doesn't mean the iv is good.

Padsicles for the postpartum period - pin this for later!! Seriously. They are a MUST after having a baby.

DIY Padsicles

DIY Padsicles (soothing frozen pads for after you have a baby - will help you heal and feel less pain!) You will love these soothing pads for postpartum!

Damn IV & that non existent distal occlusion.

So, you've just gotten your patient to sleep? Let me play you the song of my people! - Douche Bag Alaris Pump - or tube feeding pump :/

pregnant and miserable memes - Google Search

Informative and entertaining all at once Nursing Humor Ob Nursing Humor >>> never see a bagel the same way again.

Bat shit crazy.

I am officially proficient a diagnosing bat shit crazy. Actually pretty much every patient and their family member is this.

[Got Hypertension?]

Calcium Antagonists are anti-hypertensive drugs that act by disrupting the movement of calcium through calcium channels to decrease contractility and conductivity of the heart thereby reducing oxygen demand and blood pressure.

21 insider tips from a labor and delivery nurse (Babble)

21 Insider Tips from a Labor and Delivery Nurse

20 insider tips from a labor and delivery nurse Finally a list that doesn't just tell you they'll do it their way but that they'll try to get you everything you need.

....I have been to 10 specialists, had numerous tests and no one can diagnose me, what do you think it is?

Most of the time I don't mind too much:). I try to remember that sometimes I call my nurse friends and ask them questions I already know the answer to just because when it comes to your own kids or yourself you become instantly stupid.

I think that the lab should be the ones who have to break the bad news to the patient.

"I think that the lab should be the ones who have to break the bad news to the patient." - Stupidest thing I've ever heard. No, maybe you should have inverted the specimen correctly.

It is so important to ask the patient where the stomach pain is located. Do not assume when the patient says that he& has stomach pain that it is genera