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Vancomycin for the Visual Learners in Under 2 Minutes

This video can never replace what a textbook can truly provide you, but a textbook cannot replace visual experience. Let Picmonic Video provide you...
How to Survive and Pass the NCLEX in 2018

How to Survive and Pass the NCLEX in 2018

The National Council Licensure Examination, also known as the NCLEX, is an exam provided to ensure that you are competent and ready to provide...
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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 ...
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NCLEX Pharmacology Review Part 1

Ashley Gonshorek presents a review of medications for the NCLEX exam. This video includes information on aminoglycosides, vancomycin, penicillin, and cephalosporin. AminoglycosidesGentamycin Neomycin Streptomycin TobramycinPenicillinAmoxicillin Ticarcillin Mezlocillin OxacillinCephalosporinCefprozil Cefaloridine Cefaclor Cefadroxil To watch NCLEX Pharmacology...
Does the Pearson Vue Trick Reall Work?

Does the Pearson Vue Trick Still Work for 2016?

You take the NCLEX and the last thing you want to do is wait several days for the unofficial results and several weeks for...
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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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Diuretic Drugs: Loop, Thiazide, Potassium Sparing, Osmotic

What type of diuretic drug is furosemide?What is the difference between potassium sparing and thiazides?When would you give an osmotic drug?In under 7 minutes,...
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...

2 Essential Iron Memes for Your NCLEX Review

Iron ElixirIt is essential to take iron elixir with juice or water. Never take iron elixir with milk. This little fact will help you...
NCLEX Question 6

NCLEX Question 6

Nursing assistant is taking vital signs in a patient with osteomyelitis. Which should he/she report immediately?A. Blood pressure of 160/78 mm Hg B. Heart rate...

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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,...