Nurse Bae👩🏽⚕️💕 @heynursenesi: "I came in the first day petrified to even touch a patient. Now I’m flushing G tubes and delivering TPN under my own license. Signing off medication with MY OWN signature.It’s still so surreal hearing a patient yell “nurse!” and realizing that they’re talking to me. I’m still on orientation though so i still consult my preceptor and it hasn’t been that long but I’m proud of the progress I’ve already made. Thank you to anyone and everyone who has been with me on my nursing journey. You’ve all impacted me in a way I can’t even describe. Beyond grateful ❤️ #newgradnurse#blacknurseskillinit#nursebaes"
When she walks in, that’s when it starts💃🏾
Confidence isn’t walking in a room thinking you’re better than everyone. It’s walking in not having to compare yourself to anyone. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
There are 2 kinds of people in the world. Those who walk in and say, “There you are” and those who say, “Here I am”. Which one are you? •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
Sn: Insta won’t let me be great with a full vertical length video🤦🏽♀️ I was flashing my tan pumps and figure, not the water bottle and sandals lol. But uhh stay hydrated too🤷🏽♀️😂
Hello Med Fam!!😊 So for today’s post on #whatTheHeckWednesdays I will be highlighting Chalazion . - [ ] - [ ]
According to @mayoclinic “a chalazion is a benign, painless bump or nodule inside the upper or lower eyelid.
Chalazia (plural for chalazion) result from healed internal styes that no longer are infectious. These cyst-like nodules form around an oil gland (meibomian) within the eyelid, resulting in red, swollen eyelids.
The contents of a chalazion include pus and blocked fatty secretions (lipids) that normally help lubricate the eye but can no longer drain out.Many chalazia drain, resolving on their own, especially if you facilitate the process with periodic warm compresses and gentle massage of the eyelid. However, some chalazia persist for more than several weeks and grow large enough to become cosmetically unappealing. A larger chalazion may press on the cornea, temporarily creating irregularity on the eye surface and inducing astigmatism. This can cause blurry vision. If you are prone to developing chalazia, your doctor can prescribe preventative regimens, such as cleaning your eyelids, applying medicine on your eyelid and even using oral medication for underlying conditions.
The most commonly prescribed oral medicine for blepharitis and meibomian gland dysfunction is doxycycline (antibiotic). Sometimes tetracycline and minocycline, both of which are in the same drug family of antibiotics, are prescribed. However, doxycycline tends to be better tolerated.”
There’s more to me than Instagram, there’s more to me than what I show you on this app. Don’t always chalk up a nice body and pretty face to being an “IG model” lol y’all love saying that. I’ll prove you wrong every time 😉. Oh sh*t ‘killakam’ is actually educated 😱...yeah I gotta whole career sir. Btw that’s Nurse Kamaren to you 😏🙃. #blacknurseskillinit
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Don’t fall under the false belief that every female with a lot of followers is an Instagram model. I have a whole career outside of this app and I LOVE it 💙. This thing is solely for motivation and entertainment. 💋 #blacknurseskillinit
▫️To my females coworkers, don't take it personal. We of the male species instinctively adjust our JUNK so as to place them in the most comfortable position possible. So think about that when you have male patients that can't do it for themselves for some medical reason. ▫️Think of it as you adjusting your breast except we don't like them to be too hot, too cold, or sticking to our legs. ▫️I pretty sure I adjust 1-3 times an hour depending on what I'm doing. So if you see me make an awkward leg movement or tug on my pants don't take it personal.