Wow, sorry for the rather later than expected update….I really thought I could upload this way earlier today but a few things came up, got me quite occupied!
But yes, page 8, really got nothing to say about this…..this page I don’t know, doesn’t look very appealing to me by much….but whatever, good enough! I think I fucked up a few poses and expressions there, hope you guys still enjoy this page though.
I guess this story is going to continue for a bit longer than expected, thought I could finish the whole damn thing in 2 pages ( now around 3 probably….YEAH!), and like I said, the last page, I’m going to make it looks really special! more than just lineart and a few shade line fillers and what have ya.
Oh and to all those that expected the babies to be Nick’s, I hope you all aren’t disappointed haha!
So yes! Thank you for bearing with me, coming along with me on this awesome trip! I really wouldn’t have been able to do this if it wasn’t for you guys and especially, mister. @uzrfrndlyfiction who surpassed his own insecurities and all sorts of ordeals to do such amazing things for me and you all! People like him are always admirable!
That’s all, I don’t know when I will be able to finish page 9, considering my boring job and life and all that sorts! BUT I WILL TRY MY BEST! Like always! Hope you guys don’t lose interest in me :) and I hope you all enjoyed this page! See you all! Seriously though, do you all find it weird and annoying that I always attach a long-ass wall of text after every page update? I hope you don’t :/
IT’S HERE, PEOPLE! THE BRAIN SHEET DATABASE!
PDF’s of 33 different nursing brain sheets! Click below to access all of them. Please share with any nurse-buds that many find this helpful. Download them, print them, copy them, share with anyone.
This is a free resource.. brain sheets were all submitted by fellow nurses from around the country; compiled, cleaned up, and converted to PDF’s by the NRSNG team, and made available for free. Nurses helping out nurses. Gotta love it.
Just want to say thank you to everyone that submitted a brain sheet. We received over 100! We decided to release the top 33 for the time being, otherwise it would haven taken much longer to get 100+ cleaned up and reformatted and we wanted to make some available sooner rather than later.
If you walk into my hospital with a gun and you are not a currently on duty police officer, I will kick you out, and I will make an embarrassing scene to do so.
I don’t care if you’re a retired officer. I don’t care if you have military experience. I don’t care that you have all the proper licenses. I don’t care if you’ve been here a hundred times and no one else has ever said anything to you.
It is illegal to bring a gun into a hospital, and I will act exactly as I should. I will scream, I will call a security code, and have you escorted put of the building. You can come back without a weapon.
Yesterday I had a patient family member berate me for wait times, and the yelling bastard had a gun on his hip like a damn cowboy. Not happening, partner. You aren’t here to protect me.
Some common Surgical incisions and their indications
1. Kocher’s incision - An oblique incision made in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen, classially used for open cholecystectomy. It is appropriate for certain operations on the liver,gall bladder and biliary tract. This shares a name with the Kocher incision used for thyroid surgery: a transverse, slightly curved incision about 2 cm above the sternoclavicular joints..
2. Midline incision or midline laparotomy- The most common incision for laparotomy is the midline incision, a vertical incision which follows the linea alba. Midline incisions are particularly favoured in diagnostic laparotomy, as they allow wide access to most of the abdominal cavity.
3. McBurney incision - This is the incision used foro open appendectomy, it begins 2 to 5 centimeters above the anterior superior iliac spine and continues to a point one-third of the way to the umbilicus (McBurney’s point). Thus, the incision is parallel to the external oblique muscle of the abdomen which allows the muscle to be split in the direction of its fibers, decreasing healing times and scar tissue formation. This incision heals rapidly and generally has good cosmetic results, especially if a subcuticular suture is used to close the skin..
4. Battle’s incision – surgical incision used in appendectomies, with temporary medial retraction of the rectus muscle.
5. Lanz incision - A variation of the traditional Mc Burney’s incision. The Lanz incision is made at the same point along the transverse plane and deemed cosmetically better. It is typically used to perform an open appendectomy.
6. Paramedian incision– provides laterality to the midline incision, allowing lateral structures such as the kidney, adrenals and spleen to be accessed.
7. Chevron incision( Transverse) This incision a cut is made on the abdomen below the rib cage.
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