Mnemonics and Memory Aids - page 13

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The HYPERKALEMIA "Machine" - Causes of Increased Serum K+ M - Medications - ACE inhibitors, NSAIDS A - Acidosis - Metabolic and respiratory C - Cellular destruction - Burns, traumatic injury H - Hypoaldosteronism, hemolysis... Read More


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    Hello all. Is there a way to print this entire thread to put in my study binder?
    Thanks in advance.
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    Pitocin gets it goin, Brethine gives a breatherHot & dry- sugar highCold & clammy- need some candy
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    bump*
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    Cranial Nerves:

    Old Oliver Often Traveled Through Arches For Very Good Vacation And Holidays
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    ANTI GOUT MEDS - "CAP DIE"

    Colchicine - deposition of uric acid
    Allopurinol - inhibits uric acid
    Probenecid - excretion of uric acid

    TRANESOPHAGEAL ATRESIA - "3C"

    Coughing, Cyanosis, Choking

    DIGOXIN TOXICITY – “VANDAB” (0.5-1.2 mg/dl)
    Vomiting
    Anorexia
    Nausea
    Diarrhea
    Arrythmias
    Blurred Vision

    LITHIUM TOXICITY – “VANTABS” (0.5-1.2 mg/dl)
    Vomiting
    Anorexia
    Nausea
    Tremors; Tinnitus
    Arrythmia
    Blurred vision
    Seizures ;Severe hypotension
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    Never Let Monkies Eat Bananas

    N - Neutrophils
    L - Lymphocytes
    M - Monocytes
    E - Eosinophils
    B - Basophils

    All the WBCs Top = greatest to least starting from top...

    ^^^ I use that one, have been since I took Anatomy 6 years ago...

    One of my other nursing instructors taught us:

    BE My Lady Now

    Same thing just least to greatest
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    A way to remember that a PTT is for Heparin is that the two T's together in a way looks like an "H"

    Oddly enough I have used that on an exam in school...
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    Thanks much everyone!!
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    ~bump~
    Does anyone know how to print all of these? They are so helpful!
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    Fat soluble vitamins: All Dogs Eat Kangaroos


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