girlinwhitecoat: One morning with arrhythmias and my heart starts missing a beat. Non-native speaker comment : Arrhythmia is a word with awful spelling.

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!

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!

How NOT To Blow A Vein - 20 Tips for Nurses: http://www.nursebuff.com/2014/10/tips-for-nurses-on-how-to-prevent-blown-veins/

How NOT To Blow A Vein - 20 Tips for Nurses: http://www.nursebuff.com/2014/10/tips-for-nurses-on-how-to-prevent-blown-veins/

venipuncture order of draw | PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING A BLOOD SPECIMEN

venipuncture order of draw | PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING A BLOOD SPECIMEN

Aortic arch: major branch order "Know your ABC'S": Aortic arch gives rise to: Brachiocephalic trunk left Common Carotid left Subclavian  Beware though trick question of 'What is first branch of aorta?' Technically, it's the coronary arteries. https://www.facebook.com/medicaladdicts2

Aortic arch: major branch order "Know your ABC'S": Aortic arch gives rise to: Brachiocephalic trunk left Common Carotid left Subclavian  Beware though trick question of 'What is first branch of aorta?' Technically, it's the coronary arteries. https://www.facebook.com/medicaladdicts2

Comparison of the angles of insertion for intramuscular (IM), subcutaneous, and intradermal injections. An IM injection is given at a 72- to 90-degree angle. A subcutaneous injection is usually given at a 45-degree angle, but may be given at up to a 90-degree angle, if a short needle is used or if the person is heavy. The intradermal injection is given holding the syringe nearly parallel to the skin (10- to 15-degree angle).

Comparison of the angles of insertion for intramuscular (IM), subcutaneous, and intradermal injections. An IM injection is given at a 72- to 90-degree angle. A subcutaneous injection is usually given at a 45-degree angle, but may be given at up to a 90-degree angle, if a short needle is used or if the person is heavy. The intradermal injection is given holding the syringe nearly parallel to the skin (10- to 15-degree angle).

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