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How to Identify Cardiac Arrhythmias (With Videos)

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Diagnose ANY Arterial Blood Gas in 5 Easy Steps: Get it Right, Every Single Time!

Diagnose ALL arterial blood gases (ABG) in 5 easy steps and get it right, every single time! Nursing made easy!

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NCLEX-RN Exam: Format, Registration Process and Tips

catiewithasea: irony is seeing this two weeks after an interview where they asked me about a time I had to care for a septic patient- I had never cared for a septic patient. I heard crickets after the question…

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Cardiovascular Care Nursing Mnemonics and Tips

The “3 D’s” Cardiac Tamponade (Beck’s Triad) Cardiovascular Care Nursing Mnemonics and Tips: http://nurseslabs.com/cardiovascular-care-nursing-mnemonics-tips/

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The ICU patient. How many RN's are use to taking care of this kind of patient with their eyes closed? #ICU #RN #Nurse

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Ventilators Explained Extremely Easy. Settings, Intubation, and Modes of Ventilation are all explained.

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Fast Facts for the Critical Care Nurse: Critical Care Nursing in a Nutshell by Michele Angell Landrum ADN RN CCRN. Organized into four sections, this book covers the foundations of critical care nursing: critical care basics such as nutrition, medications and guidelines; patient preparation and field techniques; equipment, competencies, and procedures; and specialty care. Link to the UML catalogue: http://delivr.com/2tp7c

Nurse Nightingale: {ABGs} Arterial Blood Gases: The Ultimate Beginners guide to understand acid-base imbalances. #nursingschool #abg #RN http://nursenightingale13.blogspot.com/

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pulmonary embolism. Causes, signs, risk factors, diagnosis and management of pulmonary embolism

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3 Tips on How to be a Critical Care Nurse for New Grad Nurses

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Nursing Education | ICU Head To Toe Assessment. Listen up nursing students....this is a very small part of what you will learn!

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pneumothorax assessment reveals decreased respiratory excursion on side affected; possible bulging of intercostals; tracheal deviation and/or mediastinum shift (tension - toward unaffected lung; others - toward affected lung); hyperresonance; decreased/absent breath sounds; abnormal ABGs, CXR, hypercapnia, hypoxemia

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