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Cardioversion vs Defibrillation #cardioversion #defibrillation

Cardioversion vs Defibrillation #cardioversion #defibrillation

Cardiac Tamponade - taponamiento cardíaco

Cardiac Tamponade - taponamiento cardíaco

Typically these are done every 6 hours, x3. Troponin does not always rise (even if MI is occurring) until several hours later. Green or PST tube

Typically these are done every 6 hours, x3. Troponin does not always rise (even if MI is occurring) until several hours later. Green or PST tube

Dopamine & Dobutamine -Given For Cardiogenic Shock and Septic Shock After Fluid Satus is evaluated- Nursing KAMP Acute Cardiac Cardiac Medications Dopamine Adenosine Atropine Amiodarone NCLEX BUN Creatinine Acute Renal Failue Labs Potassium Hyperkalemia Hypokalemia Hyponatremia Sodium Lab Value Hyponatremia Mnemonic Nursing Student normals and abnormal Na K Cr Hypomagnesemia BUN Creatinine Addisons Dehydration Study Sheets for Nurses NCLEX Tips Nursing Notes Cheats cardiac

Dopamine & Dobutamine -Given For Cardiogenic Shock and Septic Shock After Fluid Satus is evaluated- Nursing KAMP Acute Cardiac Cardiac Medications Dopamine Adenosine Atropine Amiodarone NCLEX BUN Creatinine Acute Renal Failue Labs Potassium Hyperkalemia Hypokalemia Hyponatremia Sodium Lab Value Hyponatremia Mnemonic Nursing Student normals and abnormal Na K Cr Hypomagnesemia BUN Creatinine Addisons Dehydration Study Sheets for Nurses NCLEX Tips Nursing Notes Cheats cardiac

Coronary calcium is a marker for plaque (fatty deposits) in a blood vessel or atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). The presence and amount of calcium detected in a coronary artery by the CT scan, indicates the presence and amount of atherosclerotic plaque. These calcium deposits appear years before the development of heart disease symptoms such as chest pain and shortness of breath.

Coronary calcium is a marker for plaque (fatty deposits) in a blood vessel or atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). The presence and amount of calcium detected in a coronary artery by the CT scan, indicates the presence and amount of atherosclerotic plaque. These calcium deposits appear years before the development of heart disease symptoms such as chest pain and shortness of breath.

Congenital Heart Defects #NCLEXprep #NursingStudent

Congenital Heart Defects #NCLEXprep #NursingStudent

Hi there! My name is Renata. I'm an IMG (International Medical Graduate) from Peru. These are my...

Hi there! My name is Renata. I'm an IMG (International Medical Graduate) from Peru. These are my...

@pascalmeier74 How to treat and manage cardiac chest pain - infographic by the BMJ In the United Kingdom and most other developed countries, incidence rates of acute coronary syndrome are diminishing, but they remain a major cause of premature death in adults Death before reaching hospital occurs in nearly 25% of cases of acute myocardial infarction but can usually be prevented by rapid access to a defibrillator Prompt reperfusion therapy in ST elevation ...

@pascalmeier74 How to treat and manage cardiac chest pain - infographic by the BMJ In the United Kingdom and most other developed countries, incidence rates of acute coronary syndrome are diminishing, but they remain a major cause of premature death in adults Death before reaching hospital occurs in nearly 25% of cases of acute myocardial infarction but can usually be prevented by rapid access to a defibrillator Prompt reperfusion therapy in ST elevation ...

Nursing Mnemonics: Preload vs Afterload

Nursing Mnemonics: Preload vs Afterload

aorta anatomy

aorta anatomy