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A must-know survival tip for nurses

There are certain tips and tricks that every nurse should have in his or her back pocket. “Mouth breathing” is one of them!

In this week’s episode of “The Sean Dent Show” on ScrubsBeat, Sean Dent shares a survival tip that will help you combat some of the “strong aromas” you may encounter while treating patients.

Do you have a survival tip to share with your fellow nurses?

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4 Responses to A must-know survival tip for nurses

  1. cinnybug LPN

    I go “Nose Blind” mentally before entering a room with any suspected foul odor. It takes a little practice, but you can become very good at doing this mental trick. Of course, breathing through your mouth is also a good addition to this! Lol.

  2. cinnybug LPN

    Oh almost forgot…a little vicks under the nose helps too!

  3. Marie Phillips

    Loved article about nursing Rules inThe 1800’s. Marie Phillips

    • Marie Phillips

      Always a little dap of Mentholatum ointment under nose. Also, tiny pieces of cotton Balls in each nostrils. Marie Phillips LPN

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