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hi,everyone here's some study tips to remember! example to remember antianxieties meds,think of smelling leaves not roses, normally we think smelling the roses as a way to relax. In thinking of anti... Read More

  1. by   robin1717
    Here's one we learned in school. No P No K.

    If the patient isn't peeing, they are probably retaining potasium, therefore they shouldn't be getting it.
    Last edit by robin1717 on May 3, '07
  2. by   scoobydoo32
    thanks this helps i donr graduate till july but i have time to study
  3. by   Jojo0608
    Foods high in sodium,
    P-processed foods
    M-moo foods (dairy)
    S- salty tasting
  4. by   Jerpgal
    Nursing Focus (HYPERTENSION:heartbeat )

    REMEMBER: HYPERTENSION

    H - Health Education
    Y - Your diet is concern(low caloric & low fat diet)
    P - Pressure Monitoring
    E - Exercise
    R - Rest and Relaxation
    T - Take Medication
    E - Eliminate Salt
    N - No Smoking
    S - Stress Reducing Technique
    I - Inhibit Coffee & Stimulants
    O - Observe for Complications
    N - Never Forget to Take Medication
    Last edit by Jerpgal on Apr 30, '07 : Reason: hope this help
  5. by   Jerpgal
    Nursing Focus (PNEUMONIA)

    REMEMBER: PNEUMONIA

    P - Position for Comfort
    N - Nutritional Support
    E - Ensure Proper Sputum Disposal
    U - Use Isolation Technique
    M - Many Cultures
    O - Omit Going to Public Places
    N - No Smoking
    I - Inverse Oral Fluids
    A - Antibiotics
    Last edit by Jerpgal on Apr 30, '07 : Reason: enjoy life!
  6. by   Jerpgal
    Care Management for MYASTHENIA GRAVIS

    REMEMBER: GRAVIS

    G - Go check muscle Strength
    R - Respiratory monitoring
    A - Anticholinesterase drugs
    V - Ventilatory Support
    I - Instruct to avoid stress
    S - See for crisis
    a.) Myasthenic Crisis
    b.) Cholinergic Crisis
    C.) Brittle Crisis
  7. by   Jerpgal
    Nursing Considerations for RENAL FAILURE

    REMEMBER: KIDNEY

    K - Keeping fluid balance
    I - Inspecting the skin for Pruritus
    D - Dietary Instructions
    N - No to Acidosis
    E - Electrolyte imbalance maintainance
    Y - Your blood counts
    Last edit by Jerpgal on Apr 30, '07 : Reason: more to come...!
  8. by   whirlwind
    very informative...thanks!!!
    post more.......
  9. by   renri4
    Acute Pancreastitis causes "GET SMASHED

    G=gallstone
    E=ethanol
    T=trauma
    S=steroid
    M=mumps
    A=autoimmune
    S=scorpion sting
    H=hyperlipidemia/hypercalcemia
    E=ercp
    D=drugs (azathioprine,diuretics)

    note:"GET SMASHED" is slang in some countries for drinking and ethanol is an important pancreatic.

    "Bilirubin " common causes for increase level "HOT LIVER"

    H=hemolysis
    O= obstruction
    T=tumor
    L=liver dse.

    "Pylori treatment regimen TOMB!

    T=tetracycline
    O=omeprazole
    M=metronidazole
    B=bismuth

    "symptoms of Hyperthyroidism" STING!

    S=sweating
    T= tremors/tachycardia
    I=intolerance to heat
    N=nervousness
    G=goiter and gastrointestinal ( loose stool /diarrhea)

    5 T's of early Cyanosis

    T= tetralogy,transposition,truncus,total anomalous,triscuspid atresia.

    yeah! thats all for today... post more soon!
    Last edit by renri4 on May 2, '07
  10. by   charmedville21
    please help in memorizing growth development in children like appropriate action and reflexes...thanks!
  11. by   EzBSN
    Quote from charmedville21
    please help in memorizing growth development in children like appropriate action and reflexes...thanks!

    :smackingf same question.....
  12. by   blackmama
    try this site:http://medlineplus.gov/:typing :typing :typing :typing
  13. by   kssnurse
    nice infos gr8

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