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
Jul 10, '08Joined: Jun '08; Posts: 5; Likes: 3my instructor taught us..
(sensorimotor, motor, both)
Jul 10, '08Joined: Nov '04; Posts: 135; Likes: 33Does 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?
Jul 10, '08Joined: Jan '08; Posts: 80; Likes: 15Does 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!
Jul 10, '08Occupation: Emergency Department Specialty: Neuroscience, ED ; Joined: Jun '08; Posts: 70; Likes: 80VEAL 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
Jul 10, '08Specialty: 15 year(s) of experience in L&D, NICU & School nursing ; Joined: Feb '08; Posts: 37; Likes: 13"A" equals "accelerations" and "O" equals "Okay" in the VEAL CHOP mnemonic.
Dec 8, '08Joined: Sep '08; Posts: 19; Likes: 3I need a cool new way to remember all of the commuicable diseases and their symptoms...please help :-)