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Tutor profile: Lauren M.

Lauren M.
Experienced Registered Nurse and Tutor

Questions

Subject: Nursing

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Question:

A nurse is assessing a primip mother expecting a baby boy who is in active labor to see how dilated the mother is. Upon assessment, the nurse feels and sees an umbilical cord protruding. What should be the first thing the nurse should do interventional wise?

Lauren M.
Answer:

1. Place client in trendelenburg position. 2. Call staff to notify staff to go to OR immediately. 3. Push cord back in vagina. 4. Find closest phone and STAT page physician.

Subject: College Admissions

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Question:

What are your strengths and what are some weaknesses that fight with your strengths?

Lauren M.
Answer:

My strengths are that I am very compassionate and punctual. A weakness that fights with being compassionate is that I can be OVER COMPASSIONATE, meaning I can go above and beyond and sometimes neglect myself.

Subject: Anatomy

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Question:

If you came up to an individual laying face down in a puddle of water, what anatomical position would you say he/she is laying in?

Lauren M.
Answer:

1. Prone 2. Supine 3. Dorsal 4. Erect

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