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LVN

abbr.
licensed vocational nurse
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Senet's LVN, Managed Network Services for IoT (MNSi) and public network are powered by its proprietary Network Operating System, which is built on a common cloud-based services architecture.
The aim is to get people to write themselves a letter, which LVN will post to them a decade from now.
The proportion that had prior employment in a high-wage health-related occupation was 14.7%, with 13.3% having worked as an LPN/ LVN and 1.4% having worked as a health care manager.
Not surprisingly, 917 (98%) hemodialysis technicians had the job title "Hemodialysis Technician," and 198 (89%) LPN/LVNs reported the job title "LPN or LVN." However, 21 (10%) LPN/LVNs reported having the job title "Hemodialysis Technician." This is likely because in some states/facilities, technicians are paid at a higher rate than LPN/LVNs and/or are permitted to perform activities that LPN/LVNs are not permitted to perform due to provisions of the state's nurse practice act.
Did the LVN and her supervisor, who was an RN, have authority to keep increasing the dosages of the narcotic?
Due to non-parametric data distribution, statistical significance of intra-group differences (LVH and LVN) was analyzed using Bonferroni test for independent variables.
The centerpiece of the LVN is a passive broadband balun, which converts an unbalanced coaxial signal into a balanced signal that travels on a CAT 5 cable.
Surveys of RN, LVN, and LVN-RN graduates and their employers aimed to assess graduates' satisfaction with the preparation and training they received.
In the evening, one licensed nurse (an RN or an LVN) was often responsible for the care of 35 to 45 residents.
Library Video Network (LVN) has announced the release of Lift Off to the Library.
Legal scope of practice or the nurse's legal authorization to practice nursing is based on licensure level, i.e, licensed vocational nurse (LVN) or registered nurse (RN), and what constitutes the practice of nursing at the vocational or professional level.
Leafing through the book I published in 1994, The Golden Years Memorable Tagalog Movie Ads (1946-1956), I came across the 1950 LVN movie Sohrab at Rustum, topbilled by Rogelio de la Rosa, Armando Goyena, Lilia Dizon, Evelyn Villar and Rosa Rosal.