The final mountain that nursing students must summit before becoming a registered nurse is the NCLEX. Preparing for the NCLEX can be stressful as taking in colossal amounts of information has never been easy. This is where this cram sheet can help–it contains condensed facts about the licensure exam and key nursing information. When exam time comes, you can write and transfer these vital information from your head to a blank sheet of paper provided by the testing center.
GREAT - EKG MADE EASY ➡ These variations are divided up into 3 groups to make it easier to understand: Bradyarrhythmias (abnormal rhythms with rate usually below 60), Tachyarrhythmias (abnormal rhythms with rate usually above 100 bpm), & Dysrhythmias (alterations to the normal sinus rhythm pattern).