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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....
Lab Values Chart

NCLEX Lab Values Chart

To assist you on your nursing journey, here is a Lab Values Chart to help you! It is extremely important to know these by...

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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6 Quick Vaccination Memes You Need For the NCLEX

Time to save now and use it for later! No matter what field of nursing you get yourself into, you will need to learn...
Insulin Effectiveness By Type

6 Quick Memes and a Nice Chart about Insulin

Regular Insulin first. NPH insulin second.Do not forget to draw up the regular insulin first and then draw up the NPH insulin.WHY?It's essential to...
IV Fluid Solutions NCLEX: Hypertonic, Isotonic, and Hypotonic Solutions

IV Fluid Solutions NCLEX – Hypertonic, Isotonic, and Hypotonic Solutions

IV fluid solutions can be very overwhelming to study, but we broke each part down so that it is simplified!The last thing you want...

Auscultation of Heart Sound Landmarks

You must be tired of auscultating heart sounds over and over, but here is something to help you get through your cardiology days.The photos...
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Easy Insulin Mnemonic You Need to Learn in Under 6 Minutes

Registered Nurse RN youtube channel provided a great video on Insulin Mnemonics.Trying to understand or memorize the insulin medications can be really confusing. Watch...
Developmental Milestones of an Infant

Developmental Milestones of an Infant

The five categories of ages include one month, two to three months, four to five months, six to nine months, and ten to twelve...
Basic Metabolic Panel

Basic Metabolic Panel Simplified

SODIUM Hypernatremia: Greater than 145 Signs and symptoms of hypernatremia: mental status changes, confusion, agitation, ataxia, convulsion, hypertension, tachycardia, decreased urine output, thirst, pulmonary edema, dyspnea,...

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