Anyone up for random FACT THROWING?? - page 404
OK I know this sounds stupid but I have a friend that gets really freaked out before big tests like finals, HESI, NCLEX, and usually we get together and a few days before I start throwing out random... Read More
1Sep 29, '14 by mcanyesahello everyone I just came across your posting for anyone who needs all random facts in one file to pm you. I'm not sure if this is still active but If anyone can send it to me I would be very greatfull. I am studying for my NCLEX exam & would appreciate for your help. Here's my email: email@example.com. Thank you & God bless.
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0Jan 9 by JoannaJ19Hi,
This sounds awesome. Is someone able to send the compiled list to me? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you so much
0Jan 9 by NewGrad2015In class today a professor reminded us that adequate urinary output is frequently on the NCLEX. Adults = 30-50 mL/hr; peds = 1-2 mL/kg/hr
0Mar 1 by Jcovert24any chance someone could send me a compilation of the NCLEX tips?! I'm not sure if anyone will see this post but if so my email is email@example.com
0Jun 23 by SpiritRN1227Hi! I am taking the NCLEX tomorrow and hope to come out as a Registered Nurse thanks to Kaplan, some Saunders and Lacharity, and this amazing thread! This is my first post as I just finally created an account today, and here are my 5 random NCLEX facts!
1. Urinary output is the most reliable measurement to assess cardiac output and tissue perfusion.
2. A priority intervention for patients on antiemetics is protection from injury, since most antiemetics cause drowsiness.
3. Alcohol, infection, bed rest, and certain medications such as decongestants and antidepressants may contribute to urinary retention.
4. Normal IOP is 10-21 mm Hg and usually higher in the morning.
5. Breastfeeding is NOT contraindicated for clients with hep B IF the neonate has been vaccinated.
thank you to everyone for your facts and good luck to those who need it!
0Jun 30 by bunnysanford, ASN, RNI take my NCLEX at 2 PM, and even though I told myself I wasn't doing any more studying, I'm skimming through this! It's perfect, and it's reassuring to see how much of it I already know!