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PACU RN looking for recovery pearls vs pet peeves

Discussion in 'Podiatry Arena Help, Suggestions and Comments' started by Mary PACU-RN, Oct 16, 2021.

  1. Mary PACU-RN

    Mary PACU-RN Welcome New Poster


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    Hi
    I am A old ER nurse and new to PACU RN and where I am working they do not have any training or protocols or education on Post op care of podiatry patients. Driving me nuts.

    I am looking for education pearls of wisdom and suggestions on standards of care when recovering podiatry patients. Shoulda vs should nots. Things that drive you nuts that nurses do so I can avoid those pit falls and help educate my co-workers.

    Any advice appreciated!
    Mahalo

    Mary
     
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