Adult Care

Pathophysiology of Acute Renal Failure

Acute Renal Failure Pathophysiology Simplified

Acute Renal FailureCan be classified as prerenal failure, intrarenal failure, or postrenal failure. Can be reversible. Can lead to chronic renal failure. Caused...
How Well Do You Know the Common Cardiac Diagnostic Tests?video

How Well Do You Know the Common Cardiac Diagnostic Tests?

Learn more in this video provided by Megan McClintock about common cardiac diagnostic tests. Why do you need to know about these common cardiac diagnostic...
Cranial Nerves Mnemonics to Help You Pass Your Exams

Cranial Nerves Mnemonics to Help You Pass Your Exams

Cranial Nerves Mnemonic Oh Oh Oh To Touch And Feel Very Good Victory AH!Olfactory Optic Oculomotor Trochlear Trigeminal Abducens Facial Vestibulocochlear Glossopharyngeal Vagus Accesory HypoglossalHere are 12 cranial nerves mnemonics to assist you with understanding the...
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Easy Insulin Mnemonic You Need to Learn in Under 6 Minutes

Registered Nurse RN youtube channel provided a great video on Insulin Mnemonics.Trying to understand or memorize the insulin medications can be really confusing. Watch...
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Respiratory Pharmacology Made Easy in 5 Minutes

Respiratory agents are administered to patients to prevent, relieve, or treat respiratory disorders. These drugs can be given as a pill, liquid form, or...
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Never Forget Heart Sounds Again

There's a reason why this video has over 900,000 views and it's because of Dr. Adeleke Adesina, DO, an emergency medicine physician. If you need a...
NCLEX Question 6

NCLEX Question 6

Nursing assistant is taking vital signs in a patient with osteomyelitis. Which should he/she report immediately?A. Blood pressure of 160/78 mm Hg B. Heart rate...
NCLEX Question 5

NCLEX Question 5

A patient with atrial fibrillation is ambulating and suddenly says, "I feel really dizzy." What should the nurse do?A. Assess the blood pressure B. Check...
NCLEX Question 4

NCLEX Question 4

Patient is taking captopril (Capoten) and spironolactone (Aldactone). Which is the most important to monitor?A. Calcium level B. Sodium level C. Potassium level D. Blood urea nitrogen...
NCLEX Question 3

NCLEX Question 3

What requires immediate follow-up for a child after having a tonsillectomy?A. Sore throat B. Frequent swallowing C. Heart rate of 110 beats/min D. Persistent cryingA is incorrect.It's...
NCLEX Question 2

NCLEX Question 2

Patient showed up at the ER with cherry-red mucous membranes, nail beds, and skin. These findings indicate:A. Carbon monoxide poisoning B. Aspirin overdose C. Mosquito bite D....
NCLEX Question 1

NCLEX Question 1

Which symptoms should the nurse expect the female patient with type 1 diabetes mellitus to report?A. Diarrhea and weight loss B. Constipation and tiredness C. Polydipsia...
Pulmonary Auscultation Examination

Pulmonary Auscultation Examination

The four components of examining the lungs of a patient include inspection, palpation, percussion, and auscultation. This chart will explain to you what to...
Insulin Effectiveness By Type

6 Quick Memes and a Nice Chart about Insulin

Regular Insulin first. NPH insulin second.Do not forget to draw up the regular insulin first and then draw up the NPH insulin.WHY?It's essential to...
Know Your Stomach Pain Locations

Stomach Pain Locations Chart for the NCLEX

It is so important to ask the patient where the stomach pain is located. Do not assume when the patient says that he/she has...
What You Need to Know About Spironolactone for the NCLEX

What You Need to Know About Spironolactone (Aldactone) for the NCLEX

Potassium can send you down into a spiral. That is why Spironolactone (Aldactone) is a potassium-sparing diuretic! Spironolactone (Aldactone) has a direct effect on the...
What You Need to Know About Osmitrol for the NCLEX

What You Need to Know About Osmitrol for the NCLEX

Osmitrol is an osmotic diuretic. It focuses on increasing the osmotic pressure of the glomerular filtrate. Osmitrol, osmotic diuretic, and osmotic pressure all start...
Top Key Points About Diuretics

Top Key Points You Need to Know About Diuretics

Direct routes of diuretics to administer to the patients are by mouth (PO), IV, and IM. There are loop diuretics and thiazide diuretics that...
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53 Respiratory Memes You Need for the NCLEX

The NCLEX's respiratory section is one of the harder sections of the test, but don't be discouraged! Check out these respiratory memes to help...
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Chest Tubes Explained Easily in 5 Minutes

How lucky do you think you will be if your exam did not have questions on chest tube? Not that lucky. In fact, you...