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  1. Well that makes me feel slightly better, but now I'm worried for both of us. I'm going to call in the morning and inquire.
  2. Do y'all think they sent out all emails in mass? I haven't received an invite or rejection. I did get confirmation back in August that my application was under review...Patience is a virtue I suppose
  3. There were around 20 candidates at the 10/26 interview I believe
  4. Same! I've been obsessively checking my email all week. Hopefully their 2 week window actually means 2 weeks. I might go crazy if we have to wait much longer.
  5. I received my invite on November 1st. Anyone else coming from Denver by chance?
  6. Thank you! App was verified 7/12 cGPA - 3.70 sGPA-3.90 GRE: 309 5,500 hours as ED technician
  7. Received an interview invite this morning for October 25th! I'm in disbelief.
  8. For those that got the email about an interview, will this be your first interview? First cycle applying? Is Idaho State your top choice?
  9. I got the same email today!! I'm so relieved. Good luck!!
  10. Scheduled for an interview on Sept. 10th! If anyone else is scheduled for this interview day and would like to meet up on the 9th for coffee or lunch let me know!
  11. cGPA-3.7 sGPA-3.9 PCE-5500 hours as ED Technician GRE-309
  12. I got it too! First school I've heard back from. Pretty exciting. Good luck to all.
  13. Pre-PA student here, bear with me.... 7) Initial troponin readings do not rule out an MI. You would run serial troponins, every 2-3 hours. Troponin elevation can often be delayed by up to 6 hours I believe after an infarction. 8. The patient being tachycardic, tachypneic, and with an elevated white count means that the SIRS (Systemic inflammatory response syndrome) criteria is met, and sepsis protocols should be activated (i.e. NS or LR bolus' of 30 mL/kg of patient's weight administered, barring no hx of renal failure or CHF, draw a lactate and 2 sets of blood cultures and send to lab, and administer a broad spectrum antibiotic) 9) Not sure 10) monitor patient's blood pressure and oxygenation closely, as both can tank quickly with severe sepsis. Continue to give antibiotics and arrange for transfer
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