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Nursing Med-Surg Class: Common post-op complications to monitor for (& know for testing purposes!) I love how the data is arranged! From Sketchy Medicine #Pharm #NursingPharmacology #MedSurg

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Anticholinergic: low potency antipsychotics, oxybutinin, ipratropium  Cholinergic: ACh antagonists (atropine, scopolamine), AChEIs (organophosphates)  Opioid: Morphine, heroin, hydromorphone, etc  Sympathomimetic: epinephrine, cocaine, amphetamine (Aderol), methylphenidate (Ritalin)  Sedative-Hypnotic: Benzodiazepines, barbituates, “Z-drugs” (zopiclone, zolpidem), antihistamines

Toxidromes

BUY THIS AS A STUDY CARD A toxidrome is a syndrome (set of symptoms) caused by specific medications or toxins. There are 5 big ones to know: Anticholinergic: low potency antipsychotics, oxybutynin,…

As a former nursing student, I absolutely 'heart' these!!! <3 :D (Sweet Tooth)

As a former nursing student, I absolutely 'heart' these!!! <3 :D (Sweet Tooth)

Common drugs and antidotes. A must for nursing students!

Common Drugs and Their Antidotes

If you’re a nurse or training to become one, you’re going to be expected to know A LOT about drugs, how they work, what they interact with, and the...

Heparin (PTT)= 10 letters and Coumadin (PT) = 10 letters helps you remember what to monitor from each. Note: Warfarin Sodium (Coumadin); PT and INR are monitored with Coumadin

Heparin (PTT)= 10 letters and Coumadin (PT) = 10 letters helps you remember what to monitor from each. Note: Warfarin Sodium (Coumadin); PT and INR are monitored with Coumadin

Notes - Tricks to remember which test is used for each drug and also, what is the antidote in case of overdose.  And remember normal clotting times:  PT: 10-12  PTT: 30-45  INR: 1-2

Nclex-RN Guide

“ Notes - Tricks to remember which test is used for each drug and also, what is the antidote in case of overdose. And remember normal clotting times: PT: 10-12 PTT: 30-45 INR: 1-2 ”

15 terms · Define Cardiac Failure, Compensatory mechanisms are usually the targets of drugs since they increase preload and afterload, which can lead to hypertrophy and decreased cardiac output due to decreased lumen

BOD - Quiz 1 - Drugs for Heart Failure

Start studying BOD - Quiz 1 - Drugs for Heart Failure. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS MNEMONIC ~ THE NURSING CORNER

CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS MNEMONIC

Differentiating the signs and symptoms of Congestive Heart Failure between right sided and left sided can be very confusing. Left S...

Good to help review this summer! Clinical Chemistry Blog Notes 9 F: Introduction of Endocrinology

Introduction of Endocrinology

Endocrinology Endocrinology is the study of glands and tissue, is a part of branch of biology and medicine.It also takes place into...