NCLEX

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...

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...
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Exclusive Burns Lecture for NCLEX

Megan McClintock from Pocket Prof Apps presents a review of important information regarding burns for nursing students. Types of Burns (Watch at 9:50):Thermal Chemical Smoke Inhalation: CO...
NCLEX Question 1

NCLEX Question 1

Which symptoms should the nurse expect the female patient with type 1 diabetes mellitus to report?A. Diarrhea and weight loss B. Constipation and tiredness C. Polydipsia...
NCLEX Pharmacology for Nurses: Potassium Chloride

NCLEX Pharmacology for Nurses: Potassium Chloride

Potassium chloride is an electrolyte replacement that is given for potassium deficiency.Potassium chloride can be given intravenously and orally. Do not ever give potassium...
What to do if you cant pass the NCLEX

What to Do If You Can’t Pass the NCLEX

You failed the NCLEX and now you’re feeling lost. There are 5 steps to get you back on your feet and to get you...
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 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...
Placenta Previa vs Abruptio Placentae NCLEX Review

Placenta Previa vs Abruptio Placentae NCLEX Review

For the NCLEX, you will need to know the difference between placenta previa and abruptio placentae. Placenta previa and abruptio placentae are maternity complications...

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,...

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