BLOOPZ...: NCLEX Practice Question: Answer! →
bloopz: The nurse is assessing the level of consciousness of a client who suffered a head injury. She uses the Glasgow Coma Scale and determines that the client’s score is 15. Which responses did the nurse assess in this client? Select all that apply. 1. spontaneous eye opening 2. tachypnea,…
Dr. Cranquis' Mumbled Gripes: March is National... →
cranquis: Some online resources for survivors of Traumatic Brain Injury: Brain Injury Association of America — 30 years of experience in activism and support for TBI survivors and researchers SuperBetter — “an online social game designed to help you build up personal resilience in the face of a…
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When Doctors Don't Tell the Truth →
cranquis: This article reminds me of a situation when a patient’s primary care physician (PCP) and myself colluded to not tell a patient about a suspicious x-ray finding — for a little while. Behind the Medic: The TSK of when Cranquis Paternalized a Patient. I’d seen 50-something “Bob” in the urgent care, and he was in bad shape. As far as I could tell, his stomach pains and nausea were due to...
Nurses...How much do you make?
Somebody asked: “You’re a nurse?!? That’s cool, I wanted to do that when I was a kid. How much do you make?” The nurse replied: “HOW MUCH DO I MAKE?”… I can make holding your hand seem like the most important thing in the world when you’re scared… I can make your child breathe when they stop… I can help your father survive a heart...