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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...
What You Need to Know About Osmitrol for the NCLEX

What You Need to Know About Osmitrol for the NCLEX

Osmitrol is an osmotic diuretic. It focuses on increasing the osmotic pressure of the glomerular filtrate. Osmitrol, osmotic diuretic, and osmotic pressure all start...
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NCLEX Pharmacology Review Part 7

Ashley Gonshorek covers antiarrhythmics, beta blockers, and cardiac stimulants in this presentation. Stay updated and watch the NCLEX Pharmacology Part 7 in 10 minutes. AntiarrhythmicsQuinidine...
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NCLEX Pharmacology Review Part 3

Ashley Gonshorek presents NCLEX Pharmacology Review Part 3, which covers antitubercular drugs as well as antiviral drugs for herpes simplex, herpes zoster virus 1...
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Cranial Nerves Mnemonics in under 5 Minutes

Check out the cranial nerve mnemonics! The twelve cranial nerves are:I: Olfactory II: Optic III: Oculomotor IV: Trochlear V: Trigeminal VI: Abducens VII: Facial ...
Top NCLEX Review Courses

Top NCLEX Review Courses

I cannot tell you that one is better than the rest. I provided several options because your decision on which online review course will...

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...
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Easy Way to Remember Blood Types

Joe B provides a way to help you remember blood types! It is very easy to get confused between the blood types and what...
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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...
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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