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    Seizure precautions: nursing care during and after a patient has a seizure.

    hypotonic means that the solution is less concentrated with solutes than the blood and can cause cells to puff up and possibly burst; hypertonic means that the solution is more highly concentrated with solutes than the blood and can cause cells to shrivel.

    suicide precautions nursing mnemonics

    The ICU patient.

    Nursing Care plan for preemies

    Nursing Blog with helpful material

    The following are antidotes that should be familiarized by the nurse to respond to this emergency situation quickly. Via: #nursing #nclex #nurses #RN #nurse

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    5 Tips for Taking Care of Yourself as a Nursing Student

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    Care of amputations

    THIS WEBSITE IS THE BEST EVER!! It has so many care plans on it, it's the best. Each care plan (that I've seen) has nrsg diagnosis (sometimes more than one), tons of interventions, and some nursing outcomes . Be sure to scroll to the bottom of the page. There is tons of stuff there.. ITS THE BEST!! ncp-blog.blogspot... NCP for Hypertension



    All the patients!

    Here is an upload of my personal notes of signs and symptoms of Heart Failure (left and right-sided).

    And since I'm much older than Universal Precautions, I've been up to my elbows in every bodily secretion. And have had most of them in my shoes.

    Hip Fracture - Nursing Care

    Increased ICP Nursing Care

    Height of fundus at comparable gestational dates: An assessment skill that's essential for all OB nurses and midwifes. The height of the fundus at comparable gestational dates varies greatly from patient to patient. Those shown are most common. Convenient rule of thumb is that at five months gestation, the fundus is usually at or slightly above umbilicus. Image source: Hytten F, Chamberlain G: Clinical Physiology in Obstetrics. Boston, Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1980.

    Must remember for NCLEX, haha!