Fundamentals

Easy Way to Remember Infection Control

Contact Mrs. WeeM – multidrug resistant organism R – respiratory infection S – skin infections W – wound infections E – enteric (clostridium difficile) E – eye infection – conjunctivitisDroplet SPIDERMANS...
Get a High Score on the Interactive IV Flow Rates Game

Get a High Score on the Interactive IV Flow Rates Game

Play the interactive IV Flow Rates nursing game provided by Learning Nurse and answer their questions to help you review for your exams! This...
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Infection Control in Five Minutes

Master the content of safety and infection control and pass your NCLEX or exam. This will be 10-14% of your NCLEX! Allnursingnotes provides a...
Nursing Clinicals Lab Charts

Common Metabolic Panel for Nursing Clinicals

You have no idea what the numbers mean when you see it on the nursing reports, but now you can keep this on your...
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What Makes a Really Good Nursing Care Plan?

When you get to nursing clinical, you will learn how to create a care plan. However, it can seem overwhelming in the beginning because...
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Lab Values Made Easy for the Visual Learners

EXTREME CAUTION: This video of Lab Values Made Easy Story is EXTREMELY silly, but it works!It is very difficult to memorize the lab values...
Nursing Math: Heparin Drip and Heparin Titrationvideo

Nursing Math: Heparin Drip and Heparin Titration

You are given the patient's weight and you are staring at a bunch of numbers on your exams, but you don't know how to...
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Get Confident with Using an IV Pump

An IV pump infuses fluids, medications, or nutrients into a patient’s circulatory system. It is ESSENTIAL to learn how to use an IV pump...
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How to Do a Tube Feeding

What are the steps to administering a continuous tube feeding?Should the head of the bed be elevated by 30 degrees, 45 degrees, or 90...
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Animation of Ileostomy Presentation in Under 5 Minutes

If someone is choking, when do you use the AED? When do you call for help? Did you know that if you do not...

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NCLEX Pharmacology Review Part 2

You have already seen the NCLEX Pharmacology Review Part I, which includes information on amino glycosides, vancomycin, penicillin, and cephalosporin. If you missed it,...