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  • Re: Continuing with Education

    If you're passionate about higher studying and your GPA score is great, then I think you should go ahead and continue your education. Getting a Master's degree is now very common in the medical field. It properly would take off several years off your life, but the outcome would satisfy you I hope.&nbsp; Otherwise, in the opposite case, you can't ...
    Posted to HIM Insider: Forums (Forum) by Simi Cart on March 4, 2018
  • Re: shoulder question

    Maya:I have a patient who has a right AKA (old) and recent frontal lobe ICH leaving his left side totally flaccid and he is a pusher.&nbsp; He has 1 finger width subluxation and what I would call SEVERE scapular winging. I will be giving him a hemi sling (the roylan black neoprene one) for the subluxation although I am not sure how effective it ...
    Posted to OT POV: Forums (Forum) by Simi Cart on March 3, 2018
  • Re: precaution for newborn baby

    First of all, you should definitely take a newborn care class to be well prepared for the real thing. During your hospital stay, make sure to ask the nurse for help or instruction with basic baby care. Make sure that you're comfortable with all these care basics: &nbsp;- Handle a newborn and supporting the baby's neck -&nbsp; Change the ...
    Posted to Nurse POV Forums (Forum) by Simi Cart on March 3, 2018
  • Re: Coding

    Kari Hatlevig:Hello. I am just beginning my 3rd semester of medical coding and I was wondering how everyone likes this profession and what is the most rewarding part of your career? &nbsp; Apparently, a medical coder has an average salary running around $45,000 to $65,000 per year. And certified coders can earn more than more non-certified ...
    Posted to OT POV: Forums (Forum) by Simi Cart on March 2, 2018
  • Re: Student

    perry nguyen:Here are tips that might helps you: Phlebotomy is an art that is easily teachable, but that cannot truly be mastered without experience. In order to really learn it, you need to do it, and do it a lot. Because there are so many different kinds of patients with so many different conditions and types of veins, knowing a few tricks of ...
    Posted to OT POV: Forums (Forum) by Simi Cart on March 2, 2018