7/6 Salica’s Saturday

Salica’s Saturday

Tags: #Opportunities, #BSL


I know, I haven’t been online for quite the while, what are you going to do anyways? Do what you will anyways; I have a few new things to add to the blog now! Whatever, it was all star!

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Well, I will tell you something then, I had quite the time, new stories and new achievements.

I want to get that position as a Nursing Attendant at Westview Long Term Health

I finally updated my First Aid, something that has needed to be updated for a very long time now.
It was awesome, course was actually quite engaging, and we could all poke humor at a few things… We were discussing SPO2 ranges while assessing the vital signs.

The instructor noted that it normally sits around 95% – 98% SPO2 but it spikes to 99% or πŸ’―%

I cheekily made this remark:

“Can confirm, my baseline SPO2 is πŸ’―%, being in consistent pain from fibromyalgia.”

You certainly have a point there, although from my HCA course dismisses the 99% & πŸ’―% values as abnormal but it ties in grading as well; 60% isn’t great, but it isn’t getting you anywhere. 75%? Ich technically can function but not at high level, 80-95% gives you some blues. If you get 95-98% you’re golden and πŸ’― is painful if not straight impossible for some. Spikes say you may as well be compensating for something.

It makes sense, you need ample oxygen saturation for tissue regeneration… But interesting he listed some other values as well. 80% – 95% SPO2 is concerning and cyanosis often hallmarks the hypoxia. You would be unconscious or in a coma if it dips around 75% as it no longer has the oxygen saturation to support conscious thought. A 60% SPO2 reading is considered dire and death is imminent.

Therefore, you have to keep the compressions going at depth & rate, to promote oxygen profusion…

You know, as far as the latest science & research is concerned, and with the amount of copyright and the way the rules are, there are legally no confirmed standard, and since you cannot reproduce the copyrighted best practices, first aiders actually have no standard on handling an emergency situation, so are instructed in carrying out some potentially dangerous practices. In North America, the instances of surviving a CPR attempt is only 4%, we can increase that dramatically by setting our standard guidelines based on best practices. Too many lives are at stake to not take the best shot… Even if some β‰ˆ38% survival this time.

It was almost a year since it was me who collapsed. It was self induced, I have to admit, I was not emotionally well by any standards. I cannot recall my resuscitation, despite my rescuer saying that he distinctly remembers me saying “Thank you for saving my life.” Still, makes not a whole lot of sense as my tongue was also swollen and being in the state I was, still find it surreal to find myself saying I was on both sides.

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It was what we were all finally waiting for Officer White to review my results. PICky I suppose, like getting the Heart + Stroke Basic Life Support & AED Specifically. High standards, I get it.

Must cross the T’s and dot the I’s I suppose. Well, geez folks I sold my interviewer and I am ready for them to give me the job offer!

Q: “Why do you think you’re the best candidate for the job?”A: “I have taken my practium here, doing exactly as advertised. I meet the requirements of the position and enjoyed the tight knit team environment and know exactly what is expected of me. Knowing that I will enjoy the environment will also make balancing my current commitments as to make the transition to my new position relatively easy. Based on the job description, it also shows you’re open to students, which is ideal because I also plan on continuing my education and training so I can increase my scope and quality of care that I can provide.”

A: “I have taken my practium here, doing exactly as advertised. I meet the requirements of the position and enjoyed the tight knit team environment and know exactly what is expected of me. Knowing that I will enjoy the environment will also make balancing my current commitments as to make the transition to my new position relatively easy. Based on the job description, it also shows you’re open to students, which is ideal because I also plan on continuing my education and training so I can increase my scope and quality of care that I can provide.”

With that, it was easy to have a whole lot of

β˜•Cheers! ~4NeonFun

Author: 4neonfun

πŸ‘‹Hello, and welcome to my corner of the Internet! Here you will find a unique collection of stories and artistic expression. ⭐A system with a dark history and a bright future.🌟 We DID it!πŸŽ‰ Certified Nursing Attendant & Administrative professional. Visit my website at www.4neonfun.xyz β˜•Cheers! ~4NeonFun

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