Arterial Blood Gas Analysis Made Easy with Tic-Tac-Toe Method
This article will tell you how to interpret ABGs in the easiest possible way. And once you have finished reading this, you’ll be doing actual ABG analysis in the NCLEX with fun and excitement!
Nursing Mnemonics and Acronyms (Respiratory, Endocrine, and Nervous Systems) - NurseBuff
1. Dyspnea Causes — 6 P’s. Dyspnea is a subjective experience characterized by uncomfortable breathing, and is usually a sign of respiratory disorder. Typical causes of dyspnea can be remembered with the 6 P’s: Pump failure, Pulmonary embolus, Pulmonary bronchial constriction, Possible obstruction from a foreign body, Pneumonia, and Pneumothorax. 2. Cranial Nerves 1.0. …
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Nurse Pro Pack produces various size high quality organizer belt packs for student and professional nurses, emergency medical personnel, massage therapists, and quilting hobbyists and professionals. Stethoscopes, medical instruments and healthcare related accessories are also marketed. Available at retail outlets, student nurses associations, college bookstores, and online.
IV catheter sizes: yellow 24 (babies and old ladies); blue 22 (kids and small people); pink 20 (good for almost everyone); green 18 (almost everyone esp trauma and cardiac patients); gray 16 (trauma patients and anyone who is going to need lots of fluid fast); orange 14.(major trauma and chest decompression)
The Talking Cure for Health Care
Medical schools, health systems and insurers are trying to help doctors improve their bedside manner by setting up education programs for medical students and seasoned pros.
ARCHIVES: Horticulture of Christmas past
The following story was written by O.C. Register staff writer Barbara Giasone in 2006: David Bishop was oblivious to the eight live reindeer prancing in the Big Thunder Ranch corral. Bishop, a life…
Nursing Mnemonics and Acronyms (Chronic Diseases) - NurseBuff
1. Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) Treatment — “KING UFC.” Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) is a life-threatening emergency condition that often occurs in patients with type I Diabetes. It may also occur in patients with type II Diabetes, particularly obese black patients. Also Read: 5 Misconceptions About Diabetes 2. Hypoglycemia Causes and Characteristics — “RE-EXPLAIN.” Hypoglycemia is …
a1c. http://hannahnitz.tumblr.com/post/11961700637/a1c hannahnitz: “ As a diabetic, there is a little thing called an a1c that is a very very important number. This number is like a GPA, showing your...