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Memes, Heart, and Nick: MALE NURSE MONDAY This week's malenursemonday is daisy award winner @nickdaddy_ Nick is a nurse on a post surgical gi unit and win's his patient's heart over with his muscles and his heart.
Memes, Heart, and Nick: MALE
 NURSE
 MONDAY
This week's malenursemonday is daisy award winner @nickdaddy_ Nick is a nurse on a post surgical gi unit and win's his patient's heart over with his muscles and his heart.

This week's malenursemonday is daisy award winner @nickdaddy_ Nick is a nurse on a post surgical gi unit and win's his patient's heart over ...

Memes, ๐Ÿค–, and Doll: NURSE NURSE Nurse/Doll Loves this for a nurseonamission ๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿฝโ€โš•๏ธ๐Ÿฅ๐Ÿ’‰๐Ÿ’Š rnonamission nursedoll
Memes, ๐Ÿค–, and  Doll: NURSE
 NURSE
 Nurse/Doll
Loves this for a nurseonamission ๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿฝโ€โš•๏ธ๐Ÿฅ๐Ÿ’‰๐Ÿ’Š rnonamission nursedoll

Loves this for a nurseonamission ๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿฝโ€โš•๏ธ๐Ÿฅ๐Ÿ’‰๐Ÿ’Š rnonamission nursedoll

Blessed, Lean, and Love: NURSE MATES #WOMANNURSEWEDNESDAY nulsesoinstagham Congratulations to @kimmayboom on winning this week's WomanNurseWednesday, sponsored by @NurseMatesBrand! You've just won a new work bag, pair of scrubs, and compression stockings!! Want to win next week's WNW? Here's all you have to do: Through direct message, send over a pic of yourself in nursing attire, tell us where you practice, type of nursing you practice, why you became a nurse, and why you love nursing! Make sure to elaborate; this could be with a story that really inspired you to become a nurse or a story that occurred as a nurse ๐Ÿค— "My name is Kimberly I am an RN on a busy med-surgical floor that specializes in oncology in Massachusetts. I didn't always know I wanted to be a nurse. I had been working as a CNA and became very ill spending more times in the hospital as a patient instead of an employee. When the team wasn't sure what exactly was wrong it was always the nurses that were there to comfort me, educate me and reassure me. I got to thinking why wouldn't I want to be a part of a profession that is 1. Rewarding and 2. so helpful and genuine to people in need?! Eventually I was diagnosed with iggdeficiency I needed to have a port-a-cath placed not once but four times and had to start treatments called IVIG, these treatments are administered from the oncology nurses. Some of these nurses are no my coworkers and I couldn't be prouder to work along side of them but also lean on them in a time of need. Some may say it's a negative diagnosis however I feel blessed to have the oppurtunity to experience both sides as a nurse and as a patient because I can empathize with my patients when they're feeling scared, frustrated or unsure. My reassurance, care, and kindess to them comes from a genuine place and I feel that makes me an even better nurse than I would have been had I never been diagnosed with illness myself" wouldntchangeathing nurse oncology nursemates nursesofinstagram
Blessed, Lean, and Love: NURSE MATES
 #WOMANNURSEWEDNESDAY
 nulsesoinstagham
Congratulations to @kimmayboom on winning this week's WomanNurseWednesday, sponsored by @NurseMatesBrand! You've just won a new work bag, pair of scrubs, and compression stockings!! Want to win next week's WNW? Here's all you have to do: Through direct message, send over a pic of yourself in nursing attire, tell us where you practice, type of nursing you practice, why you became a nurse, and why you love nursing! Make sure to elaborate; this could be with a story that really inspired you to become a nurse or a story that occurred as a nurse ๐Ÿค— "My name is Kimberly I am an RN on a busy med-surgical floor that specializes in oncology in Massachusetts. I didn't always know I wanted to be a nurse. I had been working as a CNA and became very ill spending more times in the hospital as a patient instead of an employee. When the team wasn't sure what exactly was wrong it was always the nurses that were there to comfort me, educate me and reassure me. I got to thinking why wouldn't I want to be a part of a profession that is 1. Rewarding and 2. so helpful and genuine to people in need?! Eventually I was diagnosed with iggdeficiency I needed to have a port-a-cath placed not once but four times and had to start treatments called IVIG, these treatments are administered from the oncology nurses. Some of these nurses are no my coworkers and I couldn't be prouder to work along side of them but also lean on them in a time of need. Some may say it's a negative diagnosis however I feel blessed to have the oppurtunity to experience both sides as a nurse and as a patient because I can empathize with my patients when they're feeling scared, frustrated or unsure. My reassurance, care, and kindess to them comes from a genuine place and I feel that makes me an even better nurse than I would have been had I never been diagnosed with illness myself" wouldntchangeathing nurse oncology nursemates nursesofinstagram

Congratulations to @kimmayboom on winning this week's WomanNurseWednesday, sponsored by @NurseMatesBrand! You've just won a new work bag, pa...

Alive, Journey, and Life: NURSE MATES Congratulations to this week's WNW @ashlynnl610! I know it's not Wednesday but I have limited Wifi (in Bermuda ๐ŸŒด๐Ÿ’๐Ÿป) and us nurses never know what day it is anyway๐Ÿ˜‚! Please send over your info to claim your compression socks, nurse bags, and scrub set!! My name is Ashley, and I am a GI nurse and I work at a GI clinic-procedure center in Colorado. When I started my journey into nursing I was excited but not inspired until I was actually on the wait list for nursing school, and had a surgery I nearly died from. During a routine appendectomy, my surgeon unknowingly cut a vein in my abdomen, and I slowly bled into my abdominal cavity. Over the next 6.5 hours I lost over half of my blood, my BP dropped to 30-10 and I could literally feel myself dying. In fact the pain and agony from not being able to have any pain meds (due to my low BP) was enough that I actually asked the nurses to let me die by the end. In the midst of this I had two nurses quickly identify what was happening and save my life! The first called a rapid response on me and tried to convince the hospitalist I needed to be moved to the ICU (which was ignored) but I was moved to a floor with closer monitoring. The second (about 6 hours later, when I couldn't stay conscious), went above the hospitalist and called the surgeon directly to inform her I was in serious trouble and needed another surgery to fix my bleed asap.In the end they both saved my life, I literally would not be alive without their quick assessment skills and advocacy. It completely inspired me to be the best nurse I possibly could and someday maybe even save someone's life like these nurses did for me. Nursing has been the most rewarding career and I am proud to be a part of the profession!
Alive, Journey, and Life: NURSE MATES

Congratulations to this week's WNW @ashlynnl610! I know it's not Wednesday but I have limited Wifi (in Bermuda ๐ŸŒด๐Ÿ’๐Ÿป) and us nurses never know what day it is anyway๐Ÿ˜‚! Please send over your info to claim your compression socks, nurse bags, and scrub set!! My name is Ashley, and I am a GI nurse and I work at a GI clinic-procedure center in Colorado. When I started my journey into nursing I was excited but not inspired until I was actually on the wait list for nursing school, and had a surgery I nearly died from. During a routine appendectomy, my surgeon unknowingly cut a vein in my abdomen, and I slowly bled into my abdominal cavity. Over the next 6.5 hours I lost over half of my blood, my BP dropped to 30-10 and I could literally feel myself dying. In fact the pain and agony from not being able to have any pain meds (due to my low BP) was enough that I actually asked the nurses to let me die by the end. In the midst of this I had two nurses quickly identify what was happening and save my life! The first called a rapid response on me and tried to convince the hospitalist I needed to be moved to the ICU (which was ignored) but I was moved to a floor with closer monitoring. The second (about 6 hours later, when I couldn't stay conscious), went above the hospitalist and called the surgeon directly to inform her I was in serious trouble and needed another surgery to fix my bleed asap.In the end they both saved my life, I literally would not be alive without their quick assessment skills and advocacy. It completely inspired me to be the best nurse I possibly could and someday maybe even save someone's life like these nurses did for me. Nursing has been the most rewarding career and I am proud to be a part of the profession!

Congratulations to this week's WNW @ashlynnl610! I know it's not Wednesday but I have limited Wifi (in Bermuda ๐ŸŒด๐Ÿ’๐Ÿป) and us nurses never know...

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