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...i just think all these pictures will REALLY COME IN HANDY FOR NCLEX...

adenosinetriesphosphate: Pulmonary Edema**Not all of the cards are pediatric, I’m also enrolled in critical care so some cards are from that course**

Heart quadrants- paramedic nremt

Heart Failure - is it left or is it right? Use this chart to help you figure it out. Great for studying Anatomy or Med Surg.

Neonatology: Caring for premature babies in the NICU   - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Caring for premature and micro preemies is a constant weighing of options for neonatal doctors and nurses working in NICUs. Here is some science what professionals go through on a daily basis caring to critical preemie babies.

Heart Rhythms Made Easy

Heart Rhythms Made Easy

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

Scared of sepsis? Prevent it by washing your hands regularly, keeping your vaccines currents, and maintaining an overall healthy lifestyle! Click over to this Okeechobee health care infographic to get more advice about preventing sepsis and protecting you

SEPSIS IS SERIOUS: Well, this was the most awful experience I have been through. I hope I never see sepsis on my medical chart!

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APGAR Score - Babies with low APGAR scores after first and second attempts may be determined to be "at risk" or have potential developmental disorders.

Understanding Aneurysms --shared by BrittSE on Aug 02, 2014 i

Understanding Aneurysms Infographic: Are You at Risk? Defining aneurysms, main types, diagnosis, treatment, and risk factors. By Westside Region Medical Center