Amanda Brooks | RunToTheFinish - All Things Running

Tue, 05 Apr 2016 19:13:47 +0000

What you need to know about electrolytes - click for more tips on staying balanced

    Learn all about the electrolytes you'll need to know for your nursing exams with our quick cheat sheet!

    Lab values courtesy of simple

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    The “3 D’s” Cardiac Tamponade (Beck’s Triad) Cardiovascular Care Nursing Mnemonics and Tips:

    Hepatitis A, B, C

    This patient presents with a benzodiazepine (BZD) overdose and impaired respiratory status requiring the use of flumazenil. BZDs are commonly prescribed and are common culprits in both unintentional and intentional overdoses. They produce sedative and hypnotic effects through inhibitory actions at GABA receptors. These agents are rapidly absorbed via the oral route making gastric decontamination ineffective in most situations and are metabolized in the liver.

    Critical Lab Values for NCLEX

    heat or ice for pain? Living with chronic pains that constantly come and go, we go round and round about which to try when... at least this gives us a jumping off point, depending on what's going on...

    Which OTC works better? HealthHub Knockout pits acetaminophen and ibuprofen against each other.

    classes of antibiotics …

    Need to know the ins and outs of patient positioning? Check out this infographic!