NCLEX

Know Your Stomach Pain Locations

Stomach Pain Locations Chart for the NCLEX

It is so important to ask the patient where the stomach pain is located. Do not assume when the patient says that he/she has...
NCLEX Pharmacology Quick Notes to Save

Pharmacology NCLEX Cram

Get all the quick facts you need to know before your pharmacology exam.Medication Classifications You’ll Need to KnowAntacids - Reduce hydrochloric acid located...

10 Drug Contraindications You Need to Know for the NCLEX

Aminoglycosides Aminoglycosides are contraindicated in clients with hypersensitivity to amino glycosides. It is essential to use amino glycosides cautiously in clients with neuromuscular disorders and...
Toddler Developmental Milestones

Toddler Developmental Milestones

It is essential to know the toddler milestones of each developmental stage. It warms the heart to see toddlers take their first step or...

46 NCLEX Diets You Need to Know in Memes

As a nursing student, it is understandable to feel overwhelmed by memorizing all of the diets you need to know for the NCLEX. The...
NCLEX Tips

Top 10 Strategy Tips to Help You Pass the NCLEX the First Time

Pass the NCLEX the first time with these top ten strategy tips. No one wants to fail the NCLEX and take it multiple times....

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...

Red Alert: What You Need for the NCLEX

Hematology Values Red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and hemoglobin levels are hematology values that you will see on the NCLEX. Therapeutic Drug Levels Digoxin, Lithium,...
Common Medical Abbreviations

Common Medical Abbreviations

Medical abbreviations are essential to know in the nursing world. You will need to know these common medical abbreviations for your exams and for...

NCLEX Nursing Mnemonics to Make Life Easier

ROMERespiratory is opposite! Respiratory alkalosis: PH is up, PCO2 is down Respiratory Acidosis: PH is down, PCO2 is upMetabolic is equal! Metabolic alkalosis: PH is up, HCO3...

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Tools for Major Lab Values in 7 Minutes

Impress your clinical professor with your knowledge of major lab values and your electrolyte panel diagrams. Let Caroline Porter Thomas, RN explain tools that...