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Cute enough to stop your heart, skilled enough to restart it

Cute enough to stop your heart. Skilled enough to restart it. So cute! Nurse humor.


APE T(o) M(an) - helpful!

Well done :)

Used to love thesein nursing school ...Right-sided heart failure

Left sided heart failure I always use this slide when I teach heart failure to my nurses, it helps a lot to understanding the differences.

I need to turn this saying into a giant poster so I can remind myself that I will get through this!! :)

At the Emergency Room

EKG chart. Good to have around.

Mnemonics For Nursing - ours in school was "APE To Man" but this makes sense too!

Oh, but I have laughed myself silly! This is TRUE!! If you are of the nursey race, it's bred into you... U can't fight the urge:-)

Action Block calcium access to the cells, causing decreased heart contractility and conductivity and leading to a decreased demand for oxygen Uses Angina HTN Dysrhythmias (verapamil and diltiazem)

so true

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Cardioversion vs Defibrillation Cardioversion is a method to restore an abnormal heart rhythm back to normal. Defibrillation is a medical technique used to counter the onset of ventricular fibrillation, (VF) a common cause of cardiac arrest, and pulseless ventricular tachycardia, which sometimes precedes ventricular fibrillation but can be just as dangerous on its own.

My life, working in a hospital

A fib is my favorite...

Injection angles. For some reason I've wanted to learn this...