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Nursecepts | Nursing Student Resource | Nursing School Resource A nursing student will take a lot of notes during nursing school. Here are some great pins about…
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Cranial Nerve Assessment Cheatsheet
This is a great FREE Cheatsheet for the assessment of the Cranial Nerves. This is perfect for nursing students in nursing school. You can add this to your nursing notes. Pick up you copy today! Also, read more about the spinal and cranial nerves at Nursecepts.
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Medication Administration Cheat Sheet
This cheat sheet has the Rights of Medication Administration, Routes of Medication Administration, Medication Actions Pharmacokinetics, Medication Action Pharmacodynamics, Medication Orders, and Systems of Medication Measurements. This is a great cheat sheet for nursing students in nursing school. Also read all the articles in the medication administration series at Nursecepts. And pick up your free copy of this cheat sheet!
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Nursing School Exams for Nursing Students
Most students would agree that test-taking is a major concern in nursing school. The ability to take these tests is not only a determinant for passing nursing school but also for becoming a nurse. So it is very important to become a better test taker. This post contains 10 tips for test-taking for nursing students in nursing school. Read about the great tips at Nursecepts.
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9 Facts About the Respiratory System
This article contains information about the anatomy of the respiratory system. Add this post to your respiratory system notes for nursing school. Read more at Nursecepts.
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Pharmacokinetics - Drug Distribution
This is a great article for nursing students to learn about the 4 steps of pharmacokinetics. After a medication is administered and absorbed into the bloodstream, then distribution begins. Read more about this medication action and why nursing students should understand these steps for safe medication administration.
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Tips For A Better Nursing Health Assessment
This post contains tips to help nursing students perform a thorough and quick nursing health assessment. One tip to increase the speed of your assessment is while moving down the body, remember you are checking general skin condition as you proceed. Check the appearance, color, and temperature as you go. Read more at Nursecepts
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7 Facts About The Muscular System
This post has wonderful information about the muscular system for nursing students. This post also contains muscular system anatomy for nursing students. Read more about the 7 facts about the muscular system every nursing student should know.
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12 Cranial Nerves Assessment for Nursing Students
This post will guide nursing students through the procedures for performing an assessment of the cranial nerves. The nervous system is comprised of the central nervous system (CNS) and peripheral nervous system (PNS). There are 31 pairs of spinal nerves and 12 pairs of cranial nerves. Also, pick up the FREE PDF on Assessment of the Cranial Nerves at Nursecepts.
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12 Tips for Nursing Students First Year
You probably would like to know what to expect your first year of nursing school and how to survive. We have put together 12 Tips for Nursing Students First Year nursing school. Read more at Nursecepts!
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10 Facts About the Endocrine System
This is great information for Endocrine system anatomy, hormones, and glands. Use this post to study the endocrine system for nursing school. Read more at Nursecepts!
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Pharmacokinetics - Drug Excretion
This is a great article for nursing students to learn about the 4 steps of pharmacokinetics. Excretion is the process in which medications and their metabolites exit the body. Read more about this medication action and why nursing students should understand these steps for safe medication administration.
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Spinal and Cranial Nerves
This article gives nursing students wonderful information about the spinal and cranial nerves. It is perfect to use while studying the cranial and spinal nerves in nursing school. This article is also a great review for nursing exams. Read more about the spinal and cranial nerves at Nursecepts. Also pick up the free PDF listing the 12 cranial nerves with their type and function.
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Medication Administration Routes
This is a wonderful article for nursing students in nursing school. This article list and explains the different routes of medication administration. One route is the parenteral route. The parenteral route of medication administration is considered to be any route other than the gastrointestinal tract. Read more about all the different routes at Nursecepts.
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Nursing Health Assessment of the Nervous System
This is a wonderful article on assessment of the nervous system for student nurses. This post will help you proceed through an assessment of the nervous system as you move from head-to-toe. Read more at Nursecepts. Also pick up a copy of the FREE PDF of a nervous system assessment recheck. Place it with you nervous system note and use to study for nursing school.
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Rights Of Medication Administration
In this post, we discuss the 5, 6, 8, 10 Rights of Medication Administration. During a busy shift, a nurse administers medication to numerous patients. Medication administration happens at varying times throughout the day. Medication errors occur when a medication is given to one patient when it was intended for another. Read more information at Nursecepts. Also pick up a copy of the FREE PDF of some cool infographics listing the rights of medication administration.