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Nursing Clinical KAMP IV Fluids nursingkamp

IV Fluids Whether they are Crystalloids or Colloids are sometimes confusing to understand, In this sheet I cover these fluids. This is part of my Nursing Clinical KAMP Pocket Reference Sheets for &…

Respiratory Therapy Cave: Tips for reading chest x-rays

Respiratory Therapy Cave: Tips for reading chest x-rays. I saw this as different places to punch someone and do damage

pleural effusion -- A collection of fluid between the lung and chest wall that may compress the lung. Most commonly, a pleural effusion is an incidental finding in a stable patient. Prehospital interventions are generally limited to patients who are in respiratory distress or are hemodynamically unstable.  As with any other life-threatening condition, initial management is directed at ensuring adequate oxygenation and ventilation. Oxygen should be administered to all unstable patients.

HURTS LIKE HELL! Pleural effusion is an abnormal amount of fluid around the lung (between the layers of tissue that line the lungs and chest cavity). Pleural effusions can result from many medical conditions

Common drugs and antidotes. A must for nursing students! http://blog.nclexmastery.com/

Common drugs and antidotes. A must for nursing students! Ugh I remember all the meds when I was in pharmacy tech school .

Here’s an Acid/Base Compensation diagram that I made to help you understand acid/base compensation//arterial blood gases better! Acid/Base Compensation Remember...

Here’s an Acid/Base Compensation diagram Acid/Base Compensation Remember ROME:Respiratory-OppositeMetabolic-Equal pH (acid): (acid): > 45 (normal): (base): 26

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