Blood Contents and Vocab
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Nursing Mnemonics: Preload vs Afterload - StudyPK
Preload Volume of of blood in ventricles at end of diastole (end diastolic pressure). Afterload Resistance left ventricle must overcome to circulate blood.
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PHARMACOLOGY NOTES for nursing
I have over 10 notecards that are available to download regarding some of the biggest categories of medications in nursing school. I have included NSAIDs vs Acetaminophen, Opioids, DMARDS, Bone Medications, Laxatives, Pharmacology 101 information, Lipid Medication, Peptic Ulcer Medications, Hypertension Medications, Diuretics, Insulin, Corticosteroids, and Antimicrobials. Note: Some material may be different or subject to change depending on program or facility education materials.
Pharmacology NCLEX Cram - QD Nurses
Get all the quick facts you need to know before your pharmacology exam. Medication Classifications You’ll Need to Know Antacids - Reduce hydrochloric acid located in the stomach. Antianemics - Increases the production of red blood cells. Anticholinergics - Decreases oral secretions. Anticoagulants - Prevents the formation of clots. Anticonvulsants - Management of seizures or […]
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...
Struggling with Medical Conversions?
Here is a list of common medical conversions. The most widely used system of measurement used around the world is the metric system, otherwise known as the International System of Units (SI).