Adult Care

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...
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Cephalosporins and HIV / AIDS Drugs Made Insanely Easy

Shan Nanji skips the fancy talk and everything in my textbook make sense with his presentation on HIV/AIDS Drugs. This microbiology pharmacology lecture is...
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Useful Guidelines on Aortic Aneurysm in Under 10 Minutes

Caroline Porter Thomas covers aortic aneurysm with a beautiful presentation that is easy to follow. Learn what aortic aneurysm is, diagnostic testings that are...
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How to Insert a Nasogastric Tube

What are the steps to inserting a nasogastric tube?How do you measure the amount of tubing that is needed?UNEXPECTED SITUATION: What should you do...
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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Glasgow Coma Scale in Under 6 Minutes

Emergency Medical Counsel presents a very simple way to remember the Glasgow Coma Scale, a neurological scale to give a reliable and objective way...
2 Memes You Can't Miss About Blood Sugar Levels

2 Memes You Can’t Miss About Blood Sugar Levels

Blood Sugar If the patient feels hot and dry, then you would expect the blood sugar level to be high. The patient would be hyperglycemic.If...
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Understanding the Rule of Nines in Under 7 Minutes

Emergency Medical Counsel break down the rule of nines in a way that is simple and easy to understand. There will be practice problems...
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Learn the Cranial Nerves in Five Minutes and Six Seconds

The twelve cranial nerves are:I: Olfactory II: Optic III: Oculomotor IV: Trochlear V: Trigeminal VI: Abducens VII: Facial VIII: Acoustic IX: Glossopharyngeal X: Vagus XI: Spinal Accessory XII: Hypoglossal  After watching the cranial nerve video presented...
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...

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Play the Diabetes Nursing Game and Pass the Quiz

You will be asked 15 questions from a pool of 45 questions. Come back and post a screen shot of your score! Let’s find...