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Pharmacology Mnemonics

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Beta 1 selective blockers: "A -BEAM "

acebutalol

betaxolol

esmolo

atenolol

metoprolol

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pagandeva2000 is a LPN and specializes in Community Health, Med-Surg, Home Health.

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Lean for crash cart meds (some of them)

Lidocaine

Epinepherine

Atropine

Narcan

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Danish is a MSN, APRN, NP and specializes in vascular surgery.

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MONA for MI protocol.

Morphine for pain

O2

Nitro for vasodilation

Aspirin for anticoagulation

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Danish is a MSN, APRN, NP and specializes in vascular surgery.

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Tricyclics

E ach = Elavil

V ictoms = Vivactil

A = Aventyl

T ough = Tofranil

N eurotic = Norpramin

Pulmonary Edema

M=Morphine

A=aminophylline

D=digoxin

D=diuretic

O=O2

G=Gases (ABG's)

Anti-Anxiety

L= Librium

E= Equanil

A= atarax

V= valium

S= serax (smell the flowers with leaves)

S/E of Pitocin Think of the titanic sinking in the pit of the ocean (pit ocin)

P= pressure is elevated

I= intake and output

T= tetanic contractions

O=O2 decreases in fetus

C=cardiac arrhythmia

I=Irregularity in fetal heart rate

N=N/V

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pagandeva2000 is a LPN and specializes in Community Health, Med-Surg, Home Health.

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MONA for MI protocol.

Morphine for pain

O2

Nitro for vasodilation

Aspirin for anticoagulation

I just came from a 12 lead EKG interpetation class where we spoke about MI protocol. We discussed "MONA"...what a coincidence to see it mentioned here again today.

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Danish is a MSN, APRN, NP and specializes in vascular surgery.

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I just came from a 12 lead EKG interpetation class where we spoke about MI protocol. We discussed "MONA"...what a coincidence to see it mentioned here again today.

I was just reading my NCLEX study book and it was MOAN. It makes more sense for an MI...Moan in pain.

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I just came from a 12 lead EKG interpetation class where we spoke about MI protocol. We discussed "MONA"...what a coincidence to see it mentioned here again today.

We're on a roll! ;) Gonna get someone to sticky this puppy when we get enough to be of service to all the students at AllNurses.com (and maybe a couple of nurses!)

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pagandeva2000 is a LPN and specializes in Community Health, Med-Surg, Home Health.

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I was just reading my NCLEX study book and it was MOAN. It makes more sense for an MI...Moan in pain.

That DOES make better sense...which NCLEX book are you studying from? Mine never worded it that way...:o

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TheCommuter is a BSN, RN and specializes in Case mgmt., rehab, (CRRN), LTC & psych.

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Some NSAIDs

Celebrex

Aspirin

Ibuprofen

Naproxen

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pagandeva2000 is a LPN and specializes in Community Health, Med-Surg, Home Health.

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Some NSAIDs

Celebrex

Aspirin

Ibuprofen

Naproxen

Now, that is cool...

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BUMP.....can someone get this started again! :tku:

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