10 Popular Nursing Interview Questions
Odds are, at some point in your nursing career you will face a job interview. And while it’s nearly impossible to know exactly what you’ll be asked...
Ground Up Strength
Directional terms are widespread in all references concerning human performance, including anatomy, kinesiology, sports medicine, athletic training; and strength and bodybuilding coaching. At first, these terms can be confusing to the student of strength training but they are easy to understand once the fundamentals are studied. This article gives an explanation for the many directional terms including definitions and examples.
How to Memorize the H’s and T’s of ACLS - Certification Training for Nurses - NCLEX Quiz
SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST, or SCA, is defined as “a sudden and unexpected pulseless condition attributed to cessation of cardiac mechanical activity”, according to the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation. SCA is the leading cause of death in adults over the age of 40 in the United States, but fortunately is often reversible and can be treated … Continue reading How to Memorize the H’s and T’s of ACLS – Certification Training for Nurses
8 Easy Ways To Improve Your IV Skills
For most new nurses IV starts can be a little daunting, especially if the patient says they are a “hard stick”. So I am sharing all my IV tricks I’ve learned from being in the ER up on the blog!
13 Essential Vitamins Cheat Sheet - StudyKorner
13 Essential Vitamins Cheat Sheet. There are 13 Vitamins Your Body Needs. They are vitamins A, C, D, E, K and the B vitamins (thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, vitamin B-6, vitamin B-12 and folate). This chart include natural sources, signs of deficiency, type and function.
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I wouldve done so much better in my anatomy physiology class had I seen this flow chart! The divisions of the nervous system; divided into the PNS (afferent/efferent; autonomic/somatic-sympathetic/parasympathetic) and CNS (brain and spinal cord: cerebrum; cerebellum; brainstem-medulla, pons, midbrain; diencephalon-thalamus and hypothalamus).