Your Questions Answered
Here we go with some questions from referring search engines, answered for your edification.
You asked: What does ETOH mean?
Ethanol. Y'know, alcohol. Booze. Grog. Plonk.
This one always comes up on the list. I guess a lot of people out there need a drink.
You asked: Funny nursing shirts?
Well, there's these ones.
You asked: "'if i just lay here' 'gray's anatomy'"?
Snow Patrol. See below.
You asked: 75 questions on the NC-LEX?
Yes, sometimes the test does shut off after 75 questions. I've never had to sit the NC-LEX, for which I am eternally grateful. However, I've been on the SNURSE-L student nurse mailing list for years now and in my experience the number of questions you get has very little predictive power as to whether you pass or fail.
So, don't panic! Wait for the results. Take a breath. Drink less caffiene. Go outside. Talk to your family. Do all the things you didn't do while studying for the damn test.
You asked: Nurses work Christmas?
Hell yes. And New Year's, often enough. Depending on where you work, you can usually arrange to get one or the other off. You may or may not be on night shifts. We've tried hard to convince all the sick people to look after themselves over the holidays, but they are by and large selfish creatures and insist on trivialities like breathing and having a heartbeat.
I'm taking Christmas off this year for the first time in ages. It will be quite strange to actually be with my relatives rather than listening to machines that go ping.
You asked: Who implemented mandatory immunization?
Massachusetts. If I may extrapolate from your question the following: "Which US state first passed a mandatory vaccination law?" It was MA, in 1809. If you want to take names and kick asses, you'll need to dig deeper than that.
In the US, although there are no federal requirements, a state can require immunisation against certain diseases prior to school entry. However, there's an awful lot of variation from state to state as to what exemptions exist, and how they are applied.