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Rule of 9's Chart - Insert TWO large-bore I.V. lines. Secure with sutures if necessary. Infuse Lactated Ringer’s solution (without dextrose). Administer 2-4 ml’s x Kg x %TBSA. Set I.V. rate to give 1/2 of the calculated needs in the first eight hours, from time of injury. Adjust I.V. rate in order to maintain urine output between1/2 to 1 ml/Kg/hr. Insert Foley Catheter.

Oh oh oh to touch and feel a girls vagina simply heaven!!! 12 cranial nerves mnemonic

12_Cranial_Nerves-2.pdf - Google Drive

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Vocabulary for types of breathing masks: interpreters in healthcare and emergency settings to know, especially in ASL situations.

Oxygen Therapy | Nursing Crib

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Epigastric, Umbilical, Inguinal and Femoral Hernias - This is SO helpful!!

8 Obstetrics and Newborn Care Nursing Mnemonics and Tricks

Obstetrics and Newborn Care Mnemonics and Tips - Nurseslabs

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Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), is a condition in which thrombosis occurs throughout the capillaries, usually after a trauma or some other trigger. The clots can reduce or block blood flow, and platelets are quickly consumed, which can then lead to localized bleeding. This condition can be life-threatening if not carefully managed.

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Pre-Eclampsia