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How to suction a tracheostomy tube... Review this skill and many more procedures in the continuously updated Clinical Mastery app #nursing students http://blog.nclexmastery.com/

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Patient Positioning Nursing Cheat Sheet for NCLEX

Patient Positioning NCLEX Cheat Sheet! Here’s a list of the common conditions, procedures, and diseases with their recommended position and rationale for each. Get a copy and print this out as a reviewer for your clinicals or the NCLEX.

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Know this all too well....3x in 3 months...all these symptoms....the pain is the worst!

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This ppt poster outlines the steps in changing a central line dressing. It can be printed 24"x36" or much smaller to be used as handouts. $1.00 for purchase on www.teacherspayteachers.com

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Pneumothorax: A collapsed lung occurs when air escapes from the lung and fills up the space outside of the lung, inside the chest. It may be caused by a gunshot or knife wound to the chest, rib fracture, or certain medical procedures. In some cases, a collapsed lung occurs without any cause. This is called a spontaneous pneumothorax. A small area in the lung that is filled with air (bleb) can break open, sending air into the space around the lung.

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cupcakern: Cardioversion vs. Defibrillation. Cardioversion is an elective procedure, requiring a signed consent. Defibrillation is an emergency intervention! V-fib = D-fib!!

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