licensed vocational nurse


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licensed vocational nurse

n. Abbr. LVN
A licensed practical nurse in California or Texas.
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Position Statement 15.27, The Licensed Vocational Nurse Scope of Practice, changed to include the nursing diagnosis/problem identification step of the nursing process.
Upon admission to Knapp, Juanita was assigned to a room where Bernardino Pedraza, a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) conducted an examination.
In our case, we've started with an LVN (Licensed Vocational Nurse) program and plan to add a registered nurse three-year program in the next few years.
They must be either a registered nurse, a licensed practical nurse or a licensed vocational nurse and have one year of correctional nursing experience in their current position.
Baldwin worked as a licensed vocational nurse at Sequoia Hospital in San Mateo.
After four years as an EMT, he became a licensed vocational nurse (LVN), applying his skills in the emergency room, in the ICU/CCU, in an open-heart surgical unit, as a nursing instructor for more than two years, and then as an assistant director of nursing for a nursing home.
Baudry represented herself as a licensed vocational nurse (LVN), and used "LVN" credentials when she does not hold a license to practice nursing in the State of Texas.
When he increasingly complained of severe pain, the licensed vocational nurse (LVN) attending to Donald increased both the amount and frequency of Dilaudid.
Benjamin's namesake, Ben Jr., 23, has completed training as a licensed vocational nurse, and now fills in for his dad at his brother's bedside.
A nurse who does not supervise other staff; is licensed as a registered nurse (RN), licensed practical nurse (LPN) or licensed vocational nurse (LVN); and has one year of correctional nursing experience qualifies to become a CCN.