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SIADH Syndrome of Inappropriate Diuretic Hormone

SIADH Syndrome of Inappropriate Diuretic Hormone

cranial nerves NCLEX RN - Exam Prep (Pearson)

cranial nerves NCLEX RN - Exam Prep (Pearson)

Clozaril is generic name.  You must be AWARE of the effects clozapine has on the patient. My husband and I were just talking about a research paper he wrote in college about psych drugs. Know them. They can have dangerous side effects.

Clozaril is generic name. You must be AWARE of the effects clozapine has on the patient. My husband and I were just talking about a research paper he wrote in college about psych drugs. Know them. They can have dangerous side effects.

EKG Rhythms

EKG Rhythms

Decorticate vs Decerebrate Posturing #posturing

Posturing

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TURP

TURP

6 quick vaccination memes for the NCLEX, save now and learn later! #nurse #nclex…

6 Quick Vaccination Memes You Need For the NCLEX - QD Nurses

Time to save now and use it for later! No matter what field of nursing you get yourself into, you will need to learn about vaccination. "Vaccination is the administration of antigenic material to stimulate an individual's immune system to develop adaptive immunity to a pathogen." (Wikipedia) Don't be surprised to see a NCLEX question […]

Maternal. Vaccinations contraindicated in pregnant women. Smallpox, measles, mumps, rubella, varicella

48 Memes to Simplify Your Neonatal Maternity Exam - QD Nurses

Maternity is by far one of the hardest topics in nursing. It takes a lot of review to really understand the terms that belong to this study category. We compiled 48 memes to help ease your way through! Don't forget to share! 1. Bethamethasone is given to avoid respiratory distress syndrome in the unborn infant. […]

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Pretending that I remember these... and that I'll ever need them

Endocrine System Study Guide for NCLEX. Boost Testosterone. Testosterone Booster. Increase Testosterone.

Endocrine System Study Guide for NCLEX. Boost Testosterone. Testosterone Booster. Increase Testosterone.

When the placenta covers the opening in the mother's cervix.Treatment depends on severity Bed rest is recommended. A C-section is often needed.

48 Memes to Simplify Your Neonatal Maternity Exam - QD Nurses

Maternity is by far one of the hardest topics in nursing. It takes a lot of review to really understand the terms that belong to this study category. We compiled 48 memes to help ease your way through! Don't forget to share! 1. Bethamethasone is given to avoid respiratory distress syndrome in the unborn infant. […]

S/S of Meningitis

What You Don't Know About Meningitis May Hurt You - QD Nurses

Meningitis is the inflammation of the meninges, which are membranes that protect the brain and spinal cord. Here's what you don't know about it!

Don't get confused between Addison's and Cushing's!

Don't get confused between Addison's and Cushing's!

Cardiac Medications Triple A Adenosine Atropine Amiodarone NCLEX BUN Creatinine Kidney Disease Acute Renal Failue Labs Potassium Hyperkalemia Hypokalemia Hyponatremia Sodium Lab Value Blood Hyponatremia Mnemonic Nursing Student This is a collection of my Acute Book diagram explaining the normals and abnormal Na K Cr Hypomagnesemia BUN Creatinine Addisons Dehydration Study Sheets for Nurses NCLEX Tips Nursing Notes Cheats cardiac tamponade nursing mnemonic

Healthy Kidneys Naturally

Healthy kidneys naturally kidney disease patient,kidney facts kidney stone infection symptoms,national kidney foundation nephrology diseases.

A serious pregnancy complication in which the placenta detaches from the womb (uterus. Treatment consists of supportive care Depending on the degree of placental separation and how close the baby is to full-term, treatment may include bed rest or a C-section

48 Memes to Simplify Your Neonatal Maternity Exam - QD Nurses

Maternity is by far one of the hardest topics in nursing. It takes a lot of review to really understand the terms that belong to this study category. We compiled 48 memes to help ease your way through! Don't forget to share! 1. Bethamethasone is given to avoid respiratory distress syndrome in the unborn infant. […]

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QD Memes - QD Nurses - NCLEX Flash Cards to Help You on Your Next Exam

Red Alert: What You Need for the NCLEX - QD Nurses

Hematology values that you will see on the NCLEX. Digoxin, Lithium, Dilantin, and Theophylline are therapeutic drug levels. Heparin, Coumadin, Ammonia, Acetaminophen, Iron, Digoxin, and Alcohol Withdrawal have reverse agents.

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Nursing Education for the NCLEX, NCLEX Review - QD Nurses

NCLEX online nursing education for all nurses, all nursing students and healthcare professionals. QD Nurses is the one-stop source for every day nursing!

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1. Cane Walking. When assisting a patient who is using a cane, make sure that the cane has been adjusted to the patient’s height. Also, the handle should be at the level of the wrist, and the elbow should be slightly bent when holding the handle. When walking with a cane, the patient must …

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Insulin Cheat Sheet More

necessaryhealth: “ NCLEX Pharmacology Medical Suffixes • -amil = calcium channel blockers • -caine = local anesthetics • -dine = anti-ulcer agents (H2 histamine blockers) • -done = opioid analgesics • -ide = oral hypoglycemics • -lam = anti-anxiety...

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NCLEX Pharmacology Quick Tips You’ll Need

NCLEX Pharmacology Quick Tips You’ll Need

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48 Memes to Simplify Your Neonatal Maternity Exam - QD Nurses

Maternity is by far one of the hardest topics in nursing. It takes a lot of review to really understand the terms that belong to this study category. We compiled 48 memes to help ease your way through! Don't forget to share! 1. Bethamethasone is given to avoid respiratory distress syndrome in the unborn infant. […]

NCLEX Questions Test Bank and Review (2019)

Understand how the NCLEX-RN works in this nursing test bank and review guide. Over 3,500 NCLEX questions for practice for free!

Isolation Precautions Mnemonics Cheat Sheet

Isolation Precautions Mnemonics Cheat Sheet

Nursing school shadow box... LOVE!

Nursing school shadow box... LOVE!

facts about blood thinners heparin and warfarin and pregnancy

facts about blood thinners heparin and warfarin and pregnancy

The nurse's quick guide to I.V. drug calculations Cheat Sheet

The nurse's quick guide to I.V. drug calculations Cheat Sheet

Di vs Siadh Chart | How to Understand Diabetes Insipidus and SIADH Syndrome of ...

Diabetes Insipidus (DI) vs SIADH Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone NCLEX Review

Are you studying diabetes insipidus and SIADH and find it very confusing discerning between the two disease processes? This is where the body has a problem producing ADH (either too much or not enough). What is ADH? It is anti-diuretic hormone.

An easy way to remember the precautions for different infections brought to you by QD Nurses.

Easy Way to Remember Infection Control - QD Nurses

An easy way to remember the precautions for different infections brought to you by QD Nurses.

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ADDISON’S DISEASE  CUSHING’S DISEASE Definition Hyposecretion of adrenocortical hormones leading to: Metabolic disturbances (sugar) Fluid and electrolyte imbalances (salt) Deficiency of neuromuscular function (salt and sex) Hypersecretion of adrenocortical hormone Predisposing Factors Atrophy of the Adrenal gland Fungal infectionsRead more

Addison's Disease vs Cushing's Disease - RNpedia

This page contains information about the distinct difference of addison's disease vs. cushing's disease for nurses to easily distinguish both.

Developmental Milestones of an Infant - QD Nurses

Developmental Milestones of an Infant - QD Nurses

The five categories of ages include one month, two to three months, four to five months, six to nine months, and ten to twelve months. The four categories of the developmental milestones include gross motor, fine motor, language and social/cognitive. If the infant is not walking at fifteen months, it is essential that the mother […]

PVD - arteriole vs venous. Great review for a Med Surg exam or the NCLEX. DLW

PVD - arteriole vs venous. Great review for a Med Surg exam or the NCLEX. DLW

what are the onset, duration and peaks of insulin | No insulin present

what are the onset, duration and peaks of insulin | No insulin present

Yes... you may see this on the NCLEX! how to use a cane  (No, you will definately see this on NCLEX!)

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This website is for sale! clearcanes.com is your first and best source for all of the information you’re looking for. From general topics to more of what you would expect to find here, clearcanes.com has it all. We hope you find what you are searching for!

Antihypertensive heart meds

Antihypertensive heart meds

Blood transfusion reactions usually happen in the first ten to fifteen minutes or in the first 50cc. Symptoms include facial flushing, rashes, restlessness and wheezing, febrile and include chills, headache, tachycardia and tachypnea. Hemolytic-related reactions also include chest pain, low back pain, blood in the urine and decreased blood pressure. When transfusion reactions happen, blood transfusion should be immediately stopped and keep the IV line open with plain saline solution.

Blood transfusion reactions usually happen in the first ten to fifteen minutes or in the first 50cc. Symptoms include facial flushing, rashes, restlessness and wheezing, febrile and include chills, headache, tachycardia and tachypnea. Hemolytic-related reactions also include chest pain, low back pain, blood in the urine and decreased blood pressure. When transfusion reactions happen, blood transfusion should be immediately stopped and keep the IV line open with plain saline solution.

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Cardiac ABCDE order of Priority

Here is my study sheet on my Cardiac ABCDE they are in order of priority A are your acute medications that are used in acute situations- A hand sewn Lad” – Adenosine-Heparin-Atropine-Ni…

These medications all increase risk of bleeding nursingkamp.com C– Clopidegrel H– Heparin—Protamine Sulfate Antidote—PTT A-ASA Aspirin N-NSAIDS, Motrin, Ketorolac C-Coumadin—Vitamin K E-Escitalopram –Lexapro G-Garlic G-Ginseng G-Ginko G-Ginger

To Bleed or not to bleed that is in question…NO CHANCE!

Hello Nurses, In this sheet I cover Bleeding Medications called NO CHANCE Quadruple G these are things that influence the clotting cascade. These medications should be question whenever they are in…

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ICU Cheat Sheet - Download

This cheat sheet is made to help you study and have essential information right at your fingertips during your ICU clinical rotation or during your shift as an ICU nurse. It is a quick reference guide that you can take with you. It is a full sheet of information front and back! The sheet is laminated to allow for a quick clean up after those dirty shifts. We hope this information will be helpful for you and that it will help you through your ICU clinical rotations and working shifts.

Chemotherapeutic drugs

Chemotherapeutic drugs

9 Nursing Medication Errors that KILL via @WillKellyNP

9 Nursing Medication Errors that KILL

Nursing medication errors can literally kill patients, and nurses are on the front lines and need to be vigilant in preventing them from happening!

The Dr Nurse | Doctorate of Nursing Practice | Pharmacology

The Dr Nurse | Doctorate of Nursing Practice | Pharmacology

The Dr Nurse | Doctorate of Nursing Practice | Pharmacology

types-of-shock

types-of-shock

The Dr Nurse | Doctorate of Nursing Practice | Pharmacology

The Dr Nurse | Doctorate of Nursing Practice | Pharmacology

The Dr Nurse | Doctorate of Nursing Practice | Pharmacology

Wound Care Manual & Clinical Guidelines for Nurses

Wound Care: A Guide to Practice for Healthcare Professionals

An essential guide to wound care for nurses and healthcare professionals. This manual includes chapters on wound assessments, tissue types, wound dressings, pressure injury staging, cleansing and debridement, and more.

SIADH Syndrome of Inappropriate Diuretic Hormone

SIADH Syndrome of Inappropriate Diuretic Hormone

cranial nerves NCLEX RN - Exam Prep (Pearson)

cranial nerves NCLEX RN - Exam Prep (Pearson)

Clozaril is generic name.  You must be AWARE of the effects clozapine has on the patient. My husband and I were just talking about a research paper he wrote in college about psych drugs. Know them. They can have dangerous side effects.

Clozaril is generic name. You must be AWARE of the effects clozapine has on the patient. My husband and I were just talking about a research paper he wrote in college about psych drugs. Know them. They can have dangerous side effects.

EKG Rhythms

EKG Rhythms

Decorticate vs Decerebrate Posturing #posturing

Posturing

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TURP

TURP

6 quick vaccination memes for the NCLEX, save now and learn later! #nurse #nclex…

6 Quick Vaccination Memes You Need For the NCLEX - QD Nurses

Time to save now and use it for later! No matter what field of nursing you get yourself into, you will need to learn about vaccination. "Vaccination is the administration of antigenic material to stimulate an individual's immune system to develop adaptive immunity to a pathogen." (Wikipedia) Don't be surprised to see a NCLEX question […]

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