ADVICE P.R.N.: What's the attraction?

April 2006 
Volume 36  Number 4
Pages 12 - 12
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While working in a medical/surgical unit, I was assigned to a patient recovering from major abdominal surgery. To treat a preexisting seizure disorder, she had an implanted vagal nerve stimulator. She was supposed to activate the device by swiping over it with a magnet if she sensed a seizure coming on.

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