The NCLEX’s respiratory section is one of the harder sections of the test, but don’t be discouraged! Check out these respiratory memes to help you better understand the respiratory system!

Don’t forget to pin them on Pinterest and don’t forget to breathe!

  1. Anti-Inflammatory Agents

  2. Anti-tuberculosis Drugs

  3. Anticholinergic Bronchodilators

  4. Arterial Blood Gases

  5. Asthma

  6. BCG Vaccine

  7. Brochodilator Corticosteroid Inhaler

  8. Bronchodilators

  9. Bronschoscopy Post-op

  10. Bronschoscopy Pre-op

  11. Chest Tube Dislodged

  12. Chest Tube – What Not to Do

  13. Chest Tube

  14. COPD Techniques

  15. COPD Group

  16. Cyanosis

  17. Emphysema

  18. Green Sputum

  19. Ketoacidosis

  20. Laryngectomy

  21. Liver Failure

  22. Lungascess Bronchiectasis

  23. Methylxanthine Bronchodilators

  24. Methyxanthine Bronchodilators Side Effects

  25. Obstructive Disorders

  26. Oxygen Saturation Test

  27. PaO2 and PaCo2

  28. Pink and Frothy Sputum

  29. Pneumocystis Carinii Pneumonia

  30. Pneumonia Manifestation

  31. Pneumonia vs TB

  32. Pneumothorax / Hemothorax

  33. Pneumothorax

  34. PPD Testing

  35. Pulmonary Edema

  36. Pulmonary Emboli

  37. Pulmonary Function Test

  38. Pulmonary Intervention

  39. Pursed-Lip Breathing

  40. Red Colored Sputum

  41. Respiratory Distress in Infants

  42. restrictive Disorder

  43. SaO2 Values

  44. Suction-controlled Chamber in Chest Tube

  45. Thoracentesis

  46. Tuberculin Skin Test

  47. Tuberculosis Confirmed

  48. Tuberculosis Manifestations

  49. Tuberculosis Suspected?!

  50. Tuberculosis

  51. Uremia or Renal Failure

  52. Water-seal Chamber in Chest Tube

  53. White Colored Sputum