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Here are 50 #nursing mnemonics and tricks every #nurse should know, via Nurse Buff

50 Mnemonics & Tricks Every Nurse Should Know

how to create your "brain book"---I'm not in nursing school but I love this idea for other things.

How To Make Your Nursing Brain Book

how to create your "brain book"---I'm not in nursing school but I love this idea for other things. Could be used in classroom - common core brain book? Student information brain book?

Heart anatomy

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A cardiac cycle, or one heartbeat, is represented on the ECG as one PQRST sequence. Between cardiac cycles the ECG recorder returns to the isoelectric line (the flat line on the ECG strip during.

Ultimate Guide to Head-to-Toe Physical Assessment | Nurseslabs | December 2012 NLE Results

Ultimate Guide to Head-to-Toe Physical Assessment

ekgs got you a bit woozy! save this monster post for later. Everything you need to know about interpreting ECGs for nurses. . .great cheatsheet

Interpret EKGs Strips Like a Boss! (ekg interpretation for nurses)

ekgs got you a bit woozy! save this monster post for later. Everything you need to know about interpreting ECGs for nurses.

Venipuncture. I wish i was taught all of this in nursing school...

We were fortunate to have been taught this on a surgical unit I worked on. In an effort to have less waiting time on the venipuncture team, we had a three day training class & became phlebotomy techs- js❤️

Blood Flow Through The Heart - http://www.NurseFuel.com

8 Most Important Nursing Concepts Every Nursing Student Must Master

8 Most Important Nursing Concepts Every Nursing Student Must Master - NurseFuel

Sounds about accurate for EMT  Paramedic School too.... (except for the "when in doubt... guess potassium") How to Survive Nursing School  | @Piktochart Infographic

Sounds about accurate for EMT Paramedic School too. (except for the "when in doubt. guess potassium") How to Survive Nursing School

Acute Otitis Media. (A) Early acute otitis media with inflammation. (B) Purulent effusion with air fluid level. (C) Bulging purulent effusion filling the middle ear.

(A) Early acute otitis media with inflammation. (B) Purulent effusion with air fluid level. (C) Bulging purulent effusion filling the middle ear.

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