Med Surg Fluid and Electrolytes help! - page 2
Anyone have a great study tool that helped them absorb all this boring fluid and electrolyte materials!? I am finding it hard to fully comprehend everything by just reading the book over and over!...... Read More
0Dec 27, '12 by Esme12, ASN, BSN, RN Senior ModeratorSometimes these subjects are so broad.....like GrTea said.....tell me what you don't understand and we'll go from there.
1Dec 27, '12 by FLmedQuote from GrnTeaCould wear a fake mustache and glasses! I'm kidding-- of course. Lol. But, the paper bag would be super clever.Sorta impossible if we want to maintain our anonymity (can you see me working at a white board with a paper bag over my head?), but there are a number of people here (e.g., Ashley, Esme, Ruby, me, and others) who hang out on the student fora and are happy to indulge their teaching jones by helping you.
As ever, we don't do your homework for you, but if you say, "I learned this and that, but XYZ just doesn't make sense to me even though I looked up ABC, where am I going wrong?" there are people who will understand how you got to where you are and be able to help set you right. It's what we do for fun.
0Dec 27, '12 by psu_213, BSN, RNQuote from GrnTeaA bit off the topic....when I read about the meat in salt solution, my brain superimposed the word "BACON" over the word 'brain.' Yum, bacon.Draw the pictures. Make a salt solution in your kitchen, taste it, pour half of it out, dilute it with water, taste it, evaporate it, taste it. Put a piece of meat in water. Put a piece of meat in a concentrated salt solution. Really. Engage more parts of your brain.
0Dec 27, '12 by FLmedQuote from psu_213Hahaha
A bit off the topic....when I read about the meat in salt solution, my brain superimposed the word "BACON" over the word 'brain.' Yum, bacon.
0Dec 27, '12 by Esme12, ASN, BSN, RN Senior ModeratorLast edit by Esme12 on Mar 30, '14 : Reason: fixed link