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  • Mary Stringfellow

    Luminetics to see veins under the skin. Doctors and nurses will be able to tell where your veins are without having to stick your arm numerous times to find one! Video on this story. Such a good idea!!

  • Persis Bessada

    Luminetics to see veins under the skin. Doctors and nurses will be able to tell where your veins are without having to stick your arm numerous times to find one! Video on this story. --- About time!!!!!

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doctor visit --- but 9 times out of 10 it will be a different version especially if it is in ER

haha, I have to look at doctors handwriting all the time and this is pretty accurate!

Sometimes the doctors are a bigger pain in my ass than the patients.

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This is why we study our asses off in nursing school. Doctors don't know everything!

what happens with patients, makes me feel bad.

  • Eve Ledbetter

    Exactly! Well put

  • Susan Marie

    I was in the hospital over a month. Can't tell you the number of times this happened. So coming from a patients view-ease up!

  • vanessa sanchez

    Lollllllll dually noted but all you can do is laugh it off or tell the dr to get out of your room until he reads the notes (highly not recommended as drs are are seeing over a 100 pts one of them and many of us

  • Jae Walton

    Heh.. Love this.. Especially since my memory sucks I often have notes to help me out. Thanks to my neurological disorder. I also lose my speech at times, which makes it even harder to repeat. I feel like an idiot when I draw a blank.

  • Susan Marie

    I know how you feel when the words just won't come out-brain freeze!

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Considering your NP or DNP? Here’s some helpful info about the benefits/salary/time commitment/job opps etc. #nursing

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  • Susan Wright

    This information is so inaccurate! A DNP is exactly what is says...a doctorate of nursing practice, not a masters degree. A nurse practitioner is a masters-prepared nurse. Do not trust this site!

Veins of the arm...such a beautiful drawing, it looks like it's from the original Gray's Anatomy book