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I can't even believe how many times this little ditty went through my head when I was looking at blood gas results!  Never failed me.

I can't even believe how many times this little ditty went through my head when I was looking at blood gas results! Never failed me.

these pictures were great during nursing school... made it so easy to remember things

these pictures were great during nursing school... made it so easy to remember things

From one nurse to another.

From one nurse to another.

From one nurse to another. Faith in humanity restored. This is the sweetest thing ever.

WOW!! i love the mnemonics section (button for it is on the left). Basic care, assessments, acid base etc. nice pictures to help remember the basics!!!

WOW!! i love the mnemonics section (button for it is on the left). Basic care, assessments, acid base etc. nice pictures to help remember the basics!!!

Nurse Nightingale: Respiratory Acidosis Study Guide. Causes, Symptoms, and treatments of respiratory acidosis. #abg #nursingschool #labvalues http://nursenightingale13.blogspot.com/

Nurse Nightingale: Respiratory Acidosis Study Guide. Causes, Symptoms, and treatments of respiratory acidosis. #abg #nursingschool #labvalues http://nursenightingale13.blogspot.com/

Nurse Nightingale: Respiratory Alkalosis Study Guide to interpreting acid-base imbalances. #rn #nursingschool #abgs http://nursenightingale13.blogspot.com/

Nurse Nightingale: Respiratory Alkalosis Study Guide to interpreting acid-base imbalances. #rn #nursingschool #abgs http://nursenightingale13.blogspot.com/

Metabolic Acidosis Study Guide. Nurse Nightingale discusses the symptoms, causes, and treatments for Metabolic Acidosis.

Metabolic Acidosis Study Guide. Nurse Nightingale discusses the symptoms, causes, and treatments for Metabolic Acidosis.

Potassium Deficit    Potassium deficit is also known as Hypokalemia. Clients are advised to eat potassium rich foods like banana, raisins, dry fruits, nuts, celery and potato skin.    Never give potassium preparation in IV push because it can cause death. Remember, it is the “killer drug” in lethal injection.

Potassium Deficit Potassium deficit is also known as Hypokalemia. Clients are advised to eat potassium rich foods like banana, raisins, dry fruits, nuts, celery and potato skin. Never give potassium preparation in IV push because it can cause death. Remember, it is the “killer drug” in lethal injection.

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