Welcome to Episode 67

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Happy Hospitals Make Happy Patients

Nurse-Midwife Non-Facility Birth Debate


Tip of the Week– Tetracyclines (Antibiotic Review)

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Codie Prevost with “Call Me When You Get There”

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4 Responses to Tetracyclines for Nurses and Episode 67

  1. […] week’s episode of the Nursing Show featured a news article on “Happy Hostpitals and Happy Patients” that looked at staff […]

  2. Martha S. Horton says:

    WOW! my daughter is allergic to Penicillin. She has been on Tetraciclynes at least once. Neither or pediatrician nor our pharmacist talked to me about any of the side effects or contraindications of this medication. But Now I know thanks to the nursing show!

  3. podmedic says:

    Thanks for the comment, Martha! It’s not an absolute contra-indication, more of a precautionary watch and see. My son is allergic to PCN, too, and he takes tetracyclines without issues. Keep in touch!

    Jamie Davis, the Podmedic

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