Graduate Nurse seeking an opportunity for full time employment. I have attended two years of nursing school at South Texas College where I have acquired a licensed for vocational nursing (LVN) in the first year and an Associated Degree for nursing the following year. My experience comes from clinical practice at a hospital setting where I have been exposed to the med-surge floor, telemetry, obstetrics, pediatrics, ER, NICU, and ICU. In addition, I have acquired 160 hours and more of ICU experience during my capstone at McAllen Heart Hospital.
Acquired clinical experience at the med-surge floor and at the ICU. Followed and assisted the nurse provide care for the client. Assessed the client, labs, monitors. Provided comfort care to the client. Administered medications to aid the client to recovery. Interpret monitor readings from the Intra Aortic Balloon Pump, Arterial lines, ECG, and other hemodynamic readings. Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records.
Assisted the nurse at the pediatric and maternity floor with assessing the client status, administering medication, teaching, and recording patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records. At the maternity floor, assisted the nurse in interpreting fetal rhythms, cervical dilation and presentation of the fetus. Administered medication and assess for adverse effects.
Able to assess and provide care for the clients; children, adolescents, adult, and geriatrics. Able to recognize and assist in the treatment for the disease that was presented with.
Obtained first my License for Vocational Nursing in 2012 and the Associates Degree for Nursing in 2013.
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