First let me say this...I am NOT asking questions for any homework assignment or anything of that nature at all.With that being said..I am really struggling with cardiac rhythms (especially) and interventions. I PRIDE myself on being the kind of person who asks to understand and doesn't strive to make mistakes with some silly confidence that I know everything...I don't and don't pretend to. I am truly terrified of not knowing this information when it counts and letting a patient down. It is just soooo overwhelming! Does anyone have any good resources that explains cardiac care in simple terms ( as simple as cardiac care can be I guess..haha) Or any kind of sayings or things that work for you to recognize when things are going bad. Our book is like reading Arabic and who better to ask about nursing then my good ole nursing friends on here! AND PLEASE constructive criticism if you have any at all. Yes I realize I am a senior nursing student and I do know somethings and interventions, have been in codes and have wonderful clinic experience and it seems to all come together in the moment...BUT testing is not done in the moment. I could probably bs and get thru a test BUT I WANT to learn it and be a good, SAFE nurse.