Saturday, February 4, 2012
YOUR WEEKEND NCLEX TIP 
Chronic is more stable than acute. This gets tricky when you’re trying to prioritize your care and there’s a chronically ill patient involved. For example, even though COPD is an airway issue, it’s a chronic one - therefore it’s lower on the priority list than caring for any acutely sick patients. 

YOUR WEEKEND NCLEX TIP 

Chronic is more stable than acute. This gets tricky when you’re trying to prioritize your care and there’s a chronically ill patient involved. For example, even though COPD is an airway issue, it’s a chronic one - therefore it’s lower on the priority list than caring for any acutely sick patients. 

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