This is how I feel at work whenever I need to review policy/procedures for something. On another note, the big book of “How to do Medical Stuff Good” seems like a guaranteed bestseller, doesn’t it? I’d buy that for a dollar! . . Tag a nurse/doctor/RT/tech/med prof! Please follow, like, and share if you haven’t already!!! 😃😃😃🤘 . #medicalfield #lego #nur#nur#nurselifea> #nursememes #rnlife #scrubslife #nurse #nurses #nclex #nursingschool #newnurse #nur#nursingstudentlems #nursesofinstagram #nurselife #nursepractitioner #nightshiftnurse #nursingstudenthelp #futurenurse #hospitallife #nursesonly #medicalhumor #instanurse #lpn #registerednurses #cna #instanursing #crna #nursingstudent #nursinghumor #nurseproblems
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Me 🙋🏼‍♀️ pronouncing medical terminology 😝 #medterm #medicalhumor #medicalmemes #nurselife #nurseprobs #doctorsbelike
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Ocular trauma usually occurs when an object or substance makes contact with the eye. When ocular trauma occurs, it can result in blurry vision, complete loss of vision, pain, and physical disfigurement. Ocular trauma can generally be categorized as blunt, as when a dull object hits the eye, or lacerating, as when a sharp object hits the eye. Blunt trauma is more common and can result from a variety of causes including falls and motor vehicle crashes, including airbag deployment injuries. Lacerating trauma is usually caused by injury with a sharp object like scissors or a variety of workplace-related injuries. Physical assault is a common cause of both blunt and lacerating trauma. Structures around the eye can also be damaged from blunt trauma. An orbital fracture is when the bones around the eye are broken. This can result in disturbances of eye movement and, if untreated, can result in double vision and a sunken-in appearance to the eye. Retrobulbar hemorrhage refers to bleeding behind the eye. This is a severe type of orbital hemorrhage that can result in irreversible vision loss if the pressure from the hemorrhage is not relieved emergently. An open globe occurs when blunt trauma is so severe that the wall of the eye bursts open or when a sharp object pierces the wall of the eye. Open globe injuries are an ocular emergency and are often associated with blurred vision, pain, swelling around the eye, low eye pressure, and irregularities of the iris. When these types of injuries are suspected, it is important not to touch the eye or foreign body and to avoid straining and applying pressure on the eye. Medical care should be sought emergently and surgical repair should occur within 24 hours to prevent an infection and other permanent complications. A shield or even a plastic cup taped over the eye can be used to protect the eye until a medical consultation can be performed. #med #nursingschool #medicalhumor #medstudentlife #medicalstudent #physicianassistant #becomingadoctor #futurenurse #paramedics
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