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If You’re a Nurse, You’ve Said Most of These Statements

"On a scale of 1 to 10, what is your pain.""When is your last bowel movement.""Sorry, not my patient.""How does that make you feel?""Should...
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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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Comprehensive Dosage Calculation

There's a reason why this video has 400,000 views and it's because of how well Nick simplifies dosage calculations. You will use this every...
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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...
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Nursing 101: Head to Toe Nursing Assessment

Do you really need to know this for the real world? Yes.Are you really going to do a full head to toe assessment on...

NCLEX Question 7

The nurse admits a patient and performs an arterial blood gas. The results are:pH 7.51 PCO2: 49 PO2: 85 HCO3: 35Which choice describes this arterial blood gas...
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...

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