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Easy way to remember metabolic/respiratory alkalosis/acidosis! Helpful for nursing school #nursing #nursingschool #science

Pharmacology

Drug fundamentals, plus the most frequently prescribed drug classifications - including indications, reactions, examples & more. This guide includes: definitions, drug names, pharmacodynami

Abdominal incisions ~though "transverse" also requires some clarity re placement, upper/lower ~

I hope this can save a person a lot of pain. Wish I'd had this..... Then I would've known I had pancreatitis.

Critical Thinking in Nursing: Increasingly nurses are dealing with life and death decisions and there’s no doubt that a competent, thorough nurse will help a patient get on the road to recovery faster. Here’s an infographic demonstrating the critical thinking steps a nurse could take to help make an early diagnosis. These are by no means comprehensive, but the steps (from Pearson’s RED critical thinking model) are a beginning point that a nurse could add to and customize…

Critical Thinking in Nursing: Increasingly nurses are dealing with life and death decisions and there’s no doubt that a competent, thorough nurse will help a patient get on the road to recovery faster. Here’s an infographic demonstrating the critical thinking steps a nurse could take to help make an early diagnosis. These are by no means comprehensive, but the steps (from Pearson’s RED critical thinking model) are a beginning point that a nurse could add to and customize…

Acute Kidney Injury The RIFLE criteria define the relative damage to the kidney and the outcome. RIF = Severity in terms of serum creatinine (sCr), glomerular filtration rate (GFR) and urine production. Though for simplicity I only included serum creatinine since that is most likely what you’ll be looking at on initial blood work. LE = Outcome variables (temporary or permanent)