short cut to remember!nclex study tip... - page 7

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   kikay39
    thank you!!!!! what about drug calculations?
  2. by   kikay39
    anyone can help about drug calculation?
  3. by   natsbabycakes
    my instructor taught us..
    (cranial nerves)
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    touch
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    feel a
    virgin
    girls
    vagina
    so
    hot


    paired with

    (sensorimotor, motor, both)
    some
    say
    marry
    money
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    my
    brother
    says
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    more
  4. by   nuberianne_RN
    Does anyone have a way to remember the effects of heart meds? Take for example nitro, beta blockers, ace inhibitors. Which ones increase/decrease afterload/preload, decrease bp, increase cardiac output, contractility, decrease o2 demands?
  5. by   pitbullkcm
    Does anyone have a good way of remembering all those darn pediatric communicable diseases and incuabtion periods?? I'm horrible with those!

    July 21st...NCLEX HERE I COME, and please BE AFRAID haha!

    Kim
  6. by   RN_in_SC
    VEAL CHOP

    V= Variable decelerations C= Cord compression
    E= Early decelerations H = Head compression
    A = I forget this one O = I forget this one
    L = Late Decelerations P = Placental insufficiency
  7. by   eire1
    "A" equals "accelerations" and "O" equals "Okay" in the VEAL CHOP mnemonic.
  8. by   thatindiangurl
    I need a cool new way to remember all of the commuicable diseases and their symptoms...please help :-)

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