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Pass The N.E.T.™, Nursing Entrance Test Tutorials

Written by kimmel52 on January 8, 2015 – 9:48 am

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Studying for the N.E.T. during Pregnancy

Written by kimmel52 on December 25, 2009 – 8:37 pm

Studying for The N.E.T., during Pregnancy

Studying for the N.E.T during Pregnancy

Studying for the N.E.T during Pregnancy

Studying for a career in nursing is challenging. Even more challenging is the fact that you may be pregnant while going to school. If so, then you are one of many that are embracing the total you and trying to make the most of who you are during this joyous time. There are however some stress levels that can harm you if you are not careful. Especially if you are studying to pass the Nursing Entrance Test. This is a very stressful test. If you are not sure whether or not you are pregnant, you may be unknowingly harming yourself by not eating, or sleeping properly. Staying up long hours trying to prepare for the nursing entrance test, the HESI or the TEAS Test can cause many untoward side effects. Therefore it is important to develop good study habits and learn how to handle the stress of nursing school.
Some women just know when they are expecting, without any outward signs and symptoms. But for the majority of women, most do not know immediately. While the market is inundated with pregnancy test kits, there are still some tell tale signs that a women can look for to determine whether or not she is pregnant. Some of the tell tale signs of pregnancy are the following: (note that not all signs occur at the same intervals and some signs are not a perceptible in all women.)
1. Fatigue; (many women experience the feeling of fatigue as one of the first symptoms of pregnancy. The overwhelming sense of tiredness, where you just don’t want to do anything or just can’t.)
2. Breast enlargement; (as the fetus develops, hormones surge through the women’s body and increase the breast size.) Women may also notice a slight tingling or itching of the breasts. The areola become more darkened and enlarged, and the nipples are very sensitive.
3. Vaginal discharge; (sometimes there is a clear or mucous type vaginal discharge) Women feel that this might be a yeast infection, but there is no odor or itching. This is just the body’s way of telling the women that she is pregnant and has lots of hormones working a peak levels.
4. Cessation of the first menstrual cycle. For most women, they know when they miss their first period that they are probably pregnant. Although, now with the many different types of birth control, some women do not have periods for several months. Those women who have, “periods like a clock”, usually know for sure when they miss their first period or it doesn’t arrive on time.
5. Abdominal fullness; Women may notice that their stomach feels more full, or they cannot hold it in as deep as they did a few weeks prior. The skin may itch as well.
6. Hunger: This is a big one, an increase in appetite. All of a sudden you are eating extra helpings, and finishing everything on your plate. (overeating prior to a test is not uncommon and can cause unwanted extra pounds.)
7. Nausea: Sometimes this symptom may occur rapidly. Though it is a common occurrence, vomiting along with the nausea may cause dehydration and rupture of blood vessels. (It is very hard to study or concentrate while nauseated)
Above are some of the tell tale signs of pregnancy. If you think that you might be pregnant then you should make an appointment to see your doctor right away. Good prenatal care is essential in the development of a healthy baby. For those mothers without health insurance, there are participating state programs just for mothers and babies, to ensure that every woman enjoys a healthy pregnancy and a healthy career as a nursing student.
To ease some of the stress associated with going to school and being pregnant, just go to The Nurses Learning Center to enjoy online practice tests that will help you prepare to pass the HESI, the NET or the TEASE nursing entrance test.

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My Experience in the Emergency Room by a Student Nurse

Written by kimmel52 on November 8, 2008 – 6:20 am

My Experience in E.R.

Nursing/Medical Surgical 222

By Nancy Taji

Upon arriving at the emergency room at 8:00 A.M., I was greeted by a nurse at the desk who asked me if they could be of service. I explained that I was there to a make up clinical day with a staff nurse who was also an instructor at Henry Ford Community College Nursing Department. They assigned me to Sam, short for Samantha. She was a very kind woman, who immediately began to show me the ropes. The first thing that she showed me was how the rooms were set up. As it turned out the rooms were arranged in a circle from one to seventeen. There were only a few rooms open at this hour. She explained that the midnight shift was very busy and that many of the patients currently have been there since late last night. She began to show me how the E.R. charts were put together and the trail of paperwork that had to be followed. It seemed rather confusing to me. I could immediately see how things could get quite crazy as more and more patients were to come in. The first patient we went to see was a young woman in her early thirties who had come in because of chest pain. Sam asked me to do an assessment on her. I greeted the patient and performed a complete assessment as taught in nursing school. Sam, then showed me the med room. What I found very interesting, was that the med cart was activated by fingerprint identification. “Wow”, I said. “This is definitely, high tech stuff.” Sam agreed. She said that this is the type of med cart that you would frequently come across when working in a E.R.. The cart was computerized so that it counted the meds each time one was programmed out of the cart. The E.R. doctor was very gracious in explaining to Sam and I the purpose in ordering a dose of magnesium for the patient. I have to say that I couldn’t understand all of what he said other than that magnesium helped women that were in labor as well as helping the heart muscle. Sam asked me to prepare the magnesium. I had to draw up the magnesium from two vials and then inject it into a I.V. fluid so that it could be given. Sam and I went back into the room where I hung the magnesium I.V. on a pump, while Sam gave her something for pain.
I soon found my self separated from Sam. Though, I am not sure how this exactly happened. I believe that it started when one of the other E.R. nurses asked Sam if she could show me how she wrapped a frost bite burn. So off I went with another nurse to see how this was done. She went into a room where a gentleman was lying on a stretcher, looking rather disheveled with his bare feet sticking out from the covers. The nurse pointed out several of his toes that were a dusky blue. “Not a good sign”, I thought to my self. The E.R. doctor came in just prior to the nurse wrapping his toes to evaluate his condition. “Not bad, you must have some good circulation”, the E.R. doctors said to the man. The man replied in a not so concerned voice as he sipped a cup of coffee, “do you think I’m going to loose them Doc?” The doctor replied, “We won’t know just yet, let’s wait a while and see how this warming blanket works.” After the doctor left the nurse began to wrap the mans toes by first applying Silvadine ointment and then wrapping them with gauze. When she left the room, I decided to say a while longer and talk to this gentleman. I asked him if he a place to stay, when he leaves the hospital. He replied that he did not have anywhere to go, that the last place that he was staying in, which was a shed was no longer an option. This was because someone called the police on him, and the police asked him to leave since there was no plumbing or heat. I thought to myself, “so it’s against the law to stay somewhere that provides shelter, but if it doesn’t have hot and cold running water, you have to live outside.”. I bent down to pick up his clothes that had fallen on the floor and put them back on the chair only to find they were wet to the touch and extremely dirty. Pity filled my heart for this man. He asked if he could have some more coffee, stating that he was a coffeeholic, and that he could sit here all day and drink the stuff. Funny, how something so small like a cup of hot coffee could make someone so happy. Realizing that I couldn’t change the world, I briskly walked over to the coffee pot that seemed to have a endless supply of coffee in it at all times and poured the man a cup. After that, I just kept the cups coming. I moved on to several other patients, completing assessments the best that I could, and passing my information to the nurses and E.R. doctor. I had a feeling of some autonomy while I was in the E.R.. I’m not sure if that was a good thing, seeing that I was there to work directly with Sam. However, I knew that she must have been keeping a close eye on me, of which I was glad. It made me feel secure. All in all it was a good experience for a student nurse. There were a couple of very intense and emotional moments that took place while I was there that day, but I feel that I cannot write about them since they are too fresh in my mind and elicit some very strong feelings. The emergency room is a place were an experienced nurse can apply her expertise and still gain knowledge. I felt very fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with Sam. She is a special individual.

If you have the desire to go into nursing, then you must first get ready to take the N.E.T., the HESI or the TEAS entrance test. You can begin preparing for your career by practicing your skills using the online tutorials and tests at The Nurses Learning Center. There are over 1000 questions and answers. You will get unlimited internet access, 24/7. It is yours to keep. New questions are added daily. It’s like sitting for the N.E.T., The HESI or the TEAS in your home.

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