Cardiovascular

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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 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...
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Save Yourself with an Easy Explanation of Cardiovascular Disorders

It may not be a five minutes video, but Shan Nanji, Founder and CEO of KISS NCLEX has provided a THOROUGH explanation on cardiovascular...
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...
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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Understanding Cardiogenic Shock, Hypovolemic Shock, and Septic Shock

Do you know the difference between cardiogenic shock, hypovolemic shock, and septic shock?How does cardiogenic shock differ from the other types of shock?Roger Seheult,...
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Remember Your Heart Blocks in Under 3 Minutes

Heart blocks can be a very difficult subject to memorize. You have sat there for hours trying to memorize heart blocks and now you...
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Understanding EKG Strips

Anneliese Garrison, RN, CLNC from Caring 4 You Nursing Services provides a presentation on EKG strips. In the comfort of your own home, learn...
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21 Steps of Circulation in 5 Minutes

From freshman year all the way until graduation, the circulation of the heart will haunt you! But, you can fight back by becoming confident...
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Pharmacology Tips on Digoxin

Caroline Porter Thomas provides a presentation on digoxin and sample NCLEX questions to help you gain a better understanding on an important NCLEX topic....

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