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2 hours ago

Who said scrubs had to be cheaply made, poor fitting and low tech? That companies have to be all for profit at the cost of human rights and environmental justice? You are a damn hero. You are mothers, caregivers, educators, teammates and a plethora of other badassery. It’s about time there is a medical workwear company that lives up to your standards. About time you have a uniform that covers your body without flapping open, exposing your bum or falling apart when you are trying to keep it together. We have partnered with top outdoor industry designers to choose a fit and fabric you could conquer a mountain in, but adapted for the medical workplace, so you can show up, work hard and do the dirty work with grit and grace. #nursepride #womeninmedicine #womeninmedicine 💪🏼 #healthcareprofessionals #registerednurses #nursesonduty #proudnurse #nurseofinstagram #nurseproblems #nursesunite #nursecare # #nursetalk #nurseshelpingnurses #fightburnout #nursegrind #nursementoring #medsurgnurse

3 hours ago

Someone bring us coffee ☕️

3 hours ago

Enjoy your regular ass schedule, Brittany. I’ll be over here chillin on night shift for the rest of my life 🧟‍♀️

3 hours ago

DAY ONE IS HERE! 🙌🏼 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ It’s day one of the brand new program and the good vibes & motivation inside of our launch group is high! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ It’s easy to be motivated & to show up on day 1, but where are you going to be day 21 or day 365? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Here I am on my day 910! My before pictures are taken & I’m ready to take on the next 3 weeks!

4 hours ago

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7 hours ago

Multiple sclerosis (MS ) is a potentially disabling disease of the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system ). In MS, the immune system attacks the protective sheath (myelin ) that covers nerve fibers and causes communication problems between your brain and the rest of your body. ⠀ ▪️Symptoms often affect movement, such as: •Numbness or weakness in one or more limbs that typically occurs on one side of your body at a time, or your legs and trunk •Electric-shock sensations that occur with certain neck movements, especially bending the neck forward (Lhermitte sign ) •Tremor, lack of coordination or unsteady gait ⠀ ▪️Vision problems are also common, including: •Partial or complete loss of vision, usually in one eye at a time, often with pain during eye movement •Prolonged double vision •Blurry vision ⠀ ▪️Multiple sclerosis symptoms may also include: •Slurred speech •Fatigue •Dizziness •Tingling or pain in parts of your body •Problems with sexual, bowel and bladder function ⠀ ▪️Risk Factors •Age •Sex •Family history •Certain infections •Race •Climate •Vitamin D •Autoimmune diseases •Smoking ⠀ ▪️Complications People with multiple sclerosis may also develop: •Muscle stiffness or spasms •Paralysis, typically in the legs •Problems with bladder, bowel or sexual function •Mental changes, such as forgetfulness or mood swings •Depression •Epilepsy ⠀ #multiplesclerosis #neuronursing #neuronurse #medicalsurgicalnursing #medicalsurgicalnurse #medsurgnurse #nursingstudytips #studygram #studymotivation #mssymptoms #nerves #nervepain #nervedisease #nursingcare #nursingmanagement #rn #bsn #futurenurse

8 hours ago

DM me where you are hoping to go next!! #travelnursejobs #travelnurselife #medsurgnurse #ernurse #icunurse #telemetrynurse #gypsynurse

10 hours ago

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10 hours ago

In 2020, I have only worked PRN. I was on track to make more than I did worked full-time, but then COVID hit and things got crazy. People were afraid to go to the hospital because of fear of catching the virus 🦠. Everyone was quarantining and the spread was significantly slowed in our part of Florida. In June, everyone is starting going out again and the number of new cases is rising every day. I think I will be able to make as much as I was paid last year. No bad, considering I spent most of June at the beach! #healthynurse , #nurselife , #nursesrock , #nurse 💉, #nurse 💉💊, #nurselife , #nurseprobs , #nursesidehustle , #RN , #BSN , #nursesofinstagram , #nurse , #nurseentrepreneur , #prnnurse , #prnnurselife , #prnlife , #nursemom , #nurses , #RNlife , #hospitallife , #nursestrong , #nursing , #medsurgnurse , #scrublife , #nightshiftprobs , #nightshiftnurse , #oncallnurse , #nurselifebalance , #nurseburnout , #wifemomnurse

10 hours ago

What has the pandemic taught you about yourself?👩🏾‍⚕️ One of the most important things I’ve learned during the pandemic is to take care of myself and make more time for myself. Taking care of yourself is something so many people underestimate nowadays. Whether due to a lack of time, I feel like people don’t devote enough time to themselves. So I promised myself no matter what, I will do whatever it takes to make more time for myself. : : : : : : : #phillynurse #medsurgnurse #studentnurse #nursepractitionerlife #covid19 #pandemic2020 #oncologynurse #telenurse #phillystudentnurse #lpn #cna #healthcareheroes #frontlineworkers #ernurse #medlife #nurseblogger #nursementor #nursesinspirenurses #nursesinprogress

11 hours ago

Guessss whaaaats baaaack!? HAPPY MEDICAL MONDAY! Today’s topic is Waardenburg Syndrome. Did you know.. 1. Waardenburg syndrome is a group of genetic conditions that can cause hearing loss and changes in coloring (pigmentation ) of the hair, skin, and eyes. Although most people with Waardenburg syndrome have normal hearing, moderate to profound hearing loss can occur in one or both ears. 2. Waardenburg syndrome is usually inherited in an autosomal dominant pattern, which means one copy of the altered gene in each cell is sufficient to cause the disorder. In most cases, an affected person has one parent with the condition. 3. Type 1 is characterised by congenital sensorineural hearing loss, pigmentary deficiencies of the hair such as a white lock of hair (poliosis ) in the front-centre of the head or premature greying, pigmentary deficiencies of the eyes such as different coloured eyes (complete heterochromia iridum ), multiple colours in an eye (sectoral heterochromia iridum ) or brilliant blue eyes, patches of skin depigmentation and a wider gap between the inner corners of the eyes called telecanthus, or dystopia canthorum. Other facial features associated with type 1 can include a high nasal bridge, a flat nose tip, a unibrow (synophrys ), smaller edges of the nostrils (alae ) or a smooth philtrum. 4. The difference that defines type 2 from type 1 is that patients do not have the wider gap between the inner corners of the eyes (telecanthus/dystopia canthorum ). Sensorineural hearing loss tends to be more common and more severe in this type. 5. Type 3: Also known as Klein–Waardenburg syndrome, or Waardenburg–Klein syndrome, type 3 has the same symptoms as type 1 (and is caused by mutations in the same gene ) but has additional symptoms that affect the arms and hands. These can include joint contractures of the fingers (camptodactyly ), due to underdeveloped muscles, as well as fused digits (syndactyly ) or winged scapulae. Microcephaly and developmental delay are also possible. ( CONTD IN COMMENTS ) ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️

11 hours ago

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11 hours ago

I have CLINICAL tomorrow and let me tell you...it’s been a roller coaster mentally!! At first when the school informed the students that clinical was about to start up again, I was honestly overwhelmed and nervous. Johns Hopkins Hospital was the only Hospital in the area that would legally accept students. I thought what about PPE? Or if I could mentally deal with working during COVID as a STUDENT!?!?🥴 . . But honestly it’s not that bad in my opinion. I enjoy the thrill of it tbh 😅Plus there aren’t any COVID patients on our trauma unit! 👍🏽🙌🏾🙌🏾well not yet atleast. . . Has anyone else started clinical yet?? Or if not what are your thoughts about going to clinical during COVID?🤔🤔

14 hours ago

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2 weeks ago

I’ve been a nurse for 9 months, here’s what I’ve learned so far:⁣ ⁣ 1. I’m really grateful for my health and I will never take it for granted. ⁣ 2. A nurse is only as great as the teamwork of the entire staff ⁣ 3. Nursing is a 24 hour job. Sometimes not everything will get done on your shift. There will be problems you’ll have to pass on the next shift. ⁣ 4. Your admission will only come up at 6:45– right before change of shift or right when it’s most inconvenient. ⁣ 5. social work and care coordination is my unspoken job responsibility, too.⁣ 6. If everything goes to 💩— think, patient safety. What is the most important thing I need to do NOW. ⁣ 7. Charting always comes after patient care⁣ 8. The bond you make with your patients is unparalleled in any healthcare discipline. No doubt. ⁣ 9. COVID19 is not the flu. And PPE works. ⁣ ⁣ And most importantly— ⁣ ⁣ 10. Every long shift *eventually* comes to an end. #lessonsofanewnurse #newgradnurse ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ #nycnurse #nurseresidency #residency #medicine #nursing #prenursing #nurselife #scrublife #gogators #covidnurse #internalmedicine #medsurgnurse #nursingschool #studentnurse #rntomd #nightshiftnurse #ketonurse #fitnurse #premed

4 days ago

COFFEE: making me a better nurse one sip at a time...

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Never imagined to jump back into my career under such intense circumstances. A little nervous, a lot excited 💉 My 1st day in the OR ✔ #ORnurse #MedSurgNurse #RNBSN #CovidEra

3 days ago

Big things happened today... . . . Any guesses???👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼

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I felt like a baby nurse all over again when I went from adults to the NICU. . My orientation into the NICU was tough. . Placing IVs on lil babies is not the same as an adult with a big palpable vein. Not to mention some of their vitals would have me panicking if I saw them in an adult. . There were days while on orientation where I felt like I knew nothing. I questioned whether I made the right choice choosing the NICU. . But spoiler alert it was all worth it. The long days. The doubt. The fear. They all got me to where I was supposed to go. . I went from: . 😭 Dreading going to work. 😭 Crying my whole way home. 😭 Being short with those around me. . To: . ✨ Excited to make a difference in my patient’s lives. ✨ Feeling fulfilled. ✨ Showing up as the best nurse I could be. . It may seem scary now to start all over again but is it not worth it for you to love what you do? . Can you relate to how I was feeling before changing units?