Beta blockers

Nursing Mnemonics and Tips

Nursing School: Pharm Mnemonics- I wish I would have had these when I took pharm last semester but I'm sure they will be helpful in med-surg this semester

The delicate science of keeping preemies alive  Source:   This is amazing because it shows just how much it takes to keep these precious tiny babies alive. I was one of these, but I was so lucky to not have to have some of these I think.

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.

Antihypertensive drugs (ACE ~ Beta-Blockers ~ Calcium Channel Blockers)

The top three most commonly prescribed anti-hypertensive drugs can be easily remembered through the mnemonic ABC – ACE inhibitors (end in PRIL), Beta blockers (end in OLOL) and Calcium Antagonists (end in PINE except diltiazem and verapamil).

Differences between type one and type two diabetes.

What's the Difference between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes? on the difference between type 1 and type 2 Diabetes via

Understand Your Body: Pancreas *Correction: The body produces glucose when glucose is low, and insulin when it's high*

Understand Your Body: Pancreas *Correction: The body produces glucagon when blood glucose is low, and insulin when it's high*

I was diagnosed with high blood pressure in December 2004 & prescribe Atenolol for control.  I'm so happy that I was introduced to Mangosteen juice ~ I no longer need medication & I help others get healthy

High Blood Pressure Medications and You: Infographic. How various hypertension drugs work.

Preload is the stretch. The amount of volume being returned to the right side of the heart from systemic circulation. Afterload is the squeeze. The amount of resistance the left side of the heart has to overcome in order to eject blood.


Acid-Base-Balance (see this original pin board: Nursing: Fluid & Electrolytes for good visuals) - Nurse, Nurses, Nursing

Print Pharmacology flashcards | Easy Notecards

Print Pharmacology flashcards and study them anytime, anywhere.

Ace inhibitors - notify dr if AE frequent, dry, unproductive cough (could be accumulation bradykinin)

“ ACE Inhibitors- How do they work? Angiotensin II is a very potent chemical that causes the blood vessels to contract, thereby narrowing the vessels. This increases the pressure within the vessels causing high blood pressure (hypertension).

antidiabetic drug infographic, pharmacology study guide

Antidiabetic Drugs and Their Actions (infographic)