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Experiment: Monitor Your Heart Rate with the SpikerShield Electrocardiogram (EKG)


If you are not sure what your blood pressure should be or whether your pressure is a little lower or higher than it should be, take a look at this helpful chart which puts all the information neatly at your fingertips!

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Medical Drip Rates - - Paramedic-RN-Nursing-Student-EmT

Medical Drip Rates by STATreference on Etsy


ECG Chocolate Roll-Out Cookies. Looks like a delicious way to study. This is what nursing students end up doing. They start making some nice cookies and end up thinking about ECGs

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@pascalmeier74 How to treat and manage cardiac chest pain - infographic by the BMJ In the United Kingdom and most other developed countries, incidence rates of acute coronary syndrome are diminishing, but they remain a major cause of premature death in adults Death before reaching hospital occurs in nearly 25% of cases of acute myocardial infarction but can usually be prevented by rapid access to a defibrillator Prompt reperfusion therapy in ST elevation ...


ECG's. abnormal and normal heart rate. #nursing


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Veins of the arm...such a beautiful drawing, it looks like it's from the original Gray's Anatomy book


Formula for calculating drip rates


Illustrated APGAR (appearance, pulse, grimace, activity, respiration) Test Scoring chart. The chart visually demonstrates how well a baby tolerated the birthing process by providing five categories (the rows in the chart) by which one must rate the newborn on a scale of 0 to 2 (the columns of the chart), where 0 is the lowest (undesirable) and 2 is the highest (desirable). Row 1: Appearance: Score 0 is 'Blue all over,' showing a simple illustration of the figure of a baby, all blue; Score 1…