Tips for Memorizing Pharmacology - Antidysrhythmics
Are you a nurse or student who is having a hard time remembering pharmacology? In this video I will share some helpful study hacks and memorization tricks related to Cardiac Antidysrhythmics.
I am currently an RN working in the ICU, and I memorized a lot of pharmacology in nursing school by using memory tricks and mnemonics. I not only remembered the information on the exam, I still remember and use the information I memorized daily in the ICU. I created a youtube channel to share these study hacks and memorization tricks with other nurses and nursing students. I just started the channel, so please watch a couple videos and let me know what you think! I would love feedback and suggestions for new content.
My first video is Cardiac Antidysrhythmics
Last edit by Joe V on Jun 15, '18
Mar 17, '17This is an excellent video. I can perhaps share this video with my students here in England?Mar 24, '17As a new ER Nurse thank you for this! Ideas for more vids: RSI drugs/Sedatives? Vasopressors? Insulin drips? If you're into doing pathophys type of videos I'd love to see some about DKA or brain bleeds! Or if you're doing more critical care videos maybe airway management, ventilator settings, or basic EKG interpretation? I subscribedMar 26, '17Thank you for the feedback! I just posted a vasopressor video as a new topic in general nursing (part my vasoactive series). The rest of the series (beta agonists, beta blockers, inotropes, and calcium channel blockers) is on my youtube channel "Nursing Study Hacks," but I will post it on allnurses too. I just made an insulin video and will post it soon. I do have a few mnemonics for DKA! I hadn't considered a video on that, but I will now! Thank you!!
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