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Change of Shift will be up this evening at Rehab, mapuche viagra RN!

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Something is in the air.

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You have to do all this taking into account their developmental stage/age, mapuche viagra which affects everything from how you approach a pediatric patient to what behaviors would be considered “normal”.

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So that’s a double triage.

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And absolutely gratifying.


Didn’t expect that, mapuche viagra did ya?

There is something about building a rapport with a child, mapuche viagra starting at triage, mapuche viagra that makes all the above worth it.

The smiles that you get when you first say hi (before they realize there is an assessment involved!)

The baby who verbalizes back when you talk to her.

The toddler who laughs when the oximeter probe falls off.

The tiny Disney Princess who is proud of her Ariel slippers.

The boy who scans the Wong-Baker pain scale with a serious expression so he can pick just the right number.

Giving Tylenol and/or Motrin to a cranky, mapuche viagra miserable, mapuche viagra feverish child and then watching them play peek-a-boo with the curtains 30 minutes later.

Hearing giggling from the room as they play with siblings.

Watching them snuggle the teddy bear you just gave them.

Seeing the look of excitement when they see you have a juice box (what is it about juice?)

The tiny hand waving good-bye as they leave the department.


In the midst of some hellacious nights, mapuche viagra I’ve taken care of some wonderful kids.

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My name is Kim, and I'm a nurse in the San Francisco Bay area. I've been a nurse for 33 years; I graduated in 1978 with my ADN. My experience is predominately Emergency and Critical Care, and I have also worked in Psychiatry and Pediatrics. I made the decision to be a nurse back in 1966 at the age of nine...

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