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Unfortunately, the oral stations and cardiology (static & dynamic) tend to give our students the hardest time. Since the registry is highly regimented and inflexible, your best bet is to take a copy of the oral skill sheet and run you through scenario after scenario. Clearly, this will take a large amount of time. Good luck.

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Man, I didn't know that the stations had letter designations...which one is 'B?'

And, as chbare said....that's really the best answer.

I think a large number of my patients could use some instruction on how to brush their teeth tooth.

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I also had a problem with the oral stations. The first advice I would give is to right down the info they give you and continue to refer to it. Scene safety is a big thing that you need to address. It was hard for me to treat without being able to see a patient. Lots of scenario practice helped me. Good luck!

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