One Year (Votes: 96)
Two Years (Votes: 198)
Three Years (Votes: 138)
Four Years (Votes: 110)
Five years or more (Votes: 465)
In 25,000 cases. I've had three patients report awareness. None of whom experienced pain or...
Wishful thinking on your part, but keep repeating those "facts" and maybe you trick some people...
pesky thing, those facts
Is that because you are are too simple to assign an appropriate PS yourself?
Awesome post, very well written too! I like how you started two of your sentences with " in...
I have a couple of years of PCU experience at a local VA. I CANNOT seem to break into critical care at the VA because they always
Actually, I just thought more about this...FEV1/FVC is in fact not a passive measure (hence the 'forced', duh), so I could see that B could be the answer.
I love reading your posts! It motivates and gives me the encourages me everyday to move on towards a career as an CRNA. I'm currently taking classes towards
I say D since I would expect reduced TLC with muscle weakness. B and C have to do with expiratory flow, which is usually passive and should not be affected