Hematologic & Immune

2 Essential Iron Memes for Your NCLEX Review

Iron ElixirIt is essential to take iron elixir with juice or water. Never take iron elixir with milk. This little fact will help you...

What You Don’t Know About Plavix

Clopidrogrel, more commonly known as Plavix, is an antiplatelet that suppresses platelet aggregation in arterial circulation. In simpler terms, Plavix prevents blood clots after...
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A Silly Way to Remember Herbs vs Anticoagulants

EXTREME CAUTION: This video of Herbs vs Anticoagulants the Easy Way to Remember is EXTREMELY silly, but it works!Don’t worry! Joe B goes more...
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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...

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...
Anticoagulant Drugs Nursing Memes for Your NCLEX

Anticoagulant Drugs Nursing Memes for Your NCLEX

Anticoagulant drugs are used to treat clotting disorders and thrombolytic disease. Examples are pulmonary emboli, myocardial infarction, and deep vein thrombosis.An easy way to...
Anticoagulants: What You Need to Know for Lab Reports and Exams

Anticoagulants: What You Need to Know for Lab Reports and Exams

Anticoagulants prevent the coagulation or clotting of blood. These drugs are given to prevent your blood from clotting by increasing the time it takes...
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Leukemia in a Nutshell

There are several types of leukemia - they include acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL), chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), acute myelogenous leukemia (AML), and chronic myelogenous...

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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,...