Lets start a mnemonic thread - page 3

MNEMONIC Anorexia Nervosa A bsence of menses (amenorrhea) N o appetite (but with preoccupation with food) O bvious weight loss (15% loss of IBW) R educing ideation (If only I could lose... Read More

  1. by   DutchgirlRN
    Quote from jessicaj
    good thread...
    Yes...but why in the NCLEX discussion thread?
  2. by   Woodenpug
    TRAMP
    Time
    Route
    Amount
    Medication
    Patient
  3. by   baby_azmyth
    CLEFT LIP POST OP CARE

    Choking
    Lie on back
    Evaluate airway
    Feed slowly
    Teaching

    Larger nipple opening
    Incidence ↑ males
    Prevent crust formation
    Prevent aspiration

    CANES

    Cane
    Opposite
    Affected
    Leg

    WALKERS

    Walker
    With
    Affected
    Leg

    Wondering wilma's always late


    COMMON CAUSES OF TRANSIENT INCONTINENCE

    Delirium
    Infection
    Atrophic urethritis
    Pharmaceuticals
    Psychologic
    Excess urine output
    Restricted mobility
    Stool impaction


    i hope these helps... :typingumpiron::an!::kiss
  4. by   bsugar888
    thanks everyone....for the good tips.:bowingpur
  5. by   Giveheart
    Quote from charebec65
    Here's a website with a whole plethora of them.... some are "interesting"...

    http://www.medicalmnemonics.com/cgi-bin/browse.cfm
    So many!...thanks!
  6. by   reach.ur.dreams
    Hypothyroidism
    I (intolerance to cold)
    Would (weight gain)
    Like (lethargy)
    some (slow speech)
    Ed (Edema)
    Hardy (Hoarseness)
    Bro as in brother (Bradycardia)
    ^thumbs up. (increased TSH, decreased T3 T4)

    Hyperthyroidism
    David & (Diarrhea)
    Dillion (Diaphoresis)
    Exposed (expothalmos)
    Themselves (tachycardia)
    With (weight loss)
    Increased temp And (increased temperature increased Appetite)
    Gas (Goiter)
    (thumbs down) (decreased TSH, increased T3 & T4)

    *WEIRD way to remember it, i know, lol. but it works for me!! (Ed Hardy is a type of perfume, hahaha)
  7. by   reach.ur.dreams
    ohhh and here's one more i created that helped with my studying:

    Hyperglycemia:

    Saturday (slow pulse)
    Night (nausea)
    Henry (Hot flushed red dry skin)
    Rented (Rapid & deep respirs)
    FNL-Friday Night Lights (Fruity Odor Breath)


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