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Today is January 19, 2022. Editor's Picks... 😳 Med Error; Broken Heart; CRRT; Losing License; Impella Heart Pump; Compassion; Patient Safety; and Exhausted From COVID

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What is broken heart syndrome?

Broken Heart Syndrome on Rise in Women

A new study found cases of broken heart syndrome are on the rise, especially in women. Read on to learn more about the condition and study results.
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MED ERROR: Is nursing for me?

😳 Med Error

Director insulted me, yelled at me, and told me to report myself to the BON. He also canceled my contact with that hospital. I am very traumatized and I want to quit nursing forever.
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What is CRRT and how can we provide optimal patient care?

CRRT: Providing Optimal Patient Care

Whether you are new to CRRT, or have experience, here are key takeaways to provide optimal patient care.
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Am I going to lose my nursing license?

Abuse Accusations

I was told by my DON that they have to report me for potential abuse (resident asked for toilet paper that wasn't provided). I am freaking out that I’m going to lose my license.  Has anyone ever had to deal with anything like this? 
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How to provide compassion when moving patients in urgent care setting?

Three Effective Ways to Show Compassion in a Fast-Paced Setting

Giving care in a high turnover setting is a tricky balance of skill, speed, and compassion.
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Facts About Impella Heart Pump

Impella Heart Pump | Knowledge is Power

A closer look at the Impella heart pump device.
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How do you increase patient safety awareness?

The Elves Mission for Patient Safety

Elves increase awareness of patient safety while spreading Christmas joy.
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When was the last time you took a day off for you?

Exhausted from Covid

20 year nurse, working full time ICU during Covid. I'm emotionally and physically exhausted.  Wanted to do FMLA for a break but got a lot of pushback.
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Why do you visit allnurses.com?

Our members come from all over the world. Some members sign up to interact with other nurses, others sign up for entertainment, then there are those who sign up because they want to learn from other nurses.  Why do you visit allnurses?
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