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Nursing School Exams - NCLEX Exams
Are looking for nursing exam tips, how to study for nursing exams or how to pass nursing exams? This post covers the types of questions to expect on an NCLEX exams. This article gives an explanation of the multiple-choice questions and its components. Read more at Nursecepts.
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Dosage Calculation for Nursing
This post contains 3 Skills for Calculation of Dosages. It is essential to the career of a nurse to safely administer medications. However, a lot of nursing students struggle with calculation of dosages. Students are expected to know how to calculate dosages, unfortunately, a lot of this is self-study. Read more at Nursecepts.
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9 Facts About the Skeletal System Every Nursing Student Should Know
Did you know the the bone is a connective tissue? The bones are a living tissue. It is a connective tissue consisting of cells, fibers, and mineral deposits. Also, bones are in a constant state of maintenance and repair. Read more about all 9 facts about the skeletal system every nursing student should know.
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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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Cranial Nerve Cheat Sheet
This is a great FREE Cranial Nerve Cheat Sheet that list the 12 cranial nerves with their type and function. 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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Nursing Gastrointestinal System
This article contains information every nursing student in nursing school should know about the gastrointestinal tract. In this article you will learn about the anatomy and function of the different organs of the gastrointestinal system. Read about the 11 Facts About the Gastrointestinal System Every Nursing Student Should Know at Nursecepts.
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The Cranial Nerves
During a complete health assessment of the nervous system, you will perform an assessment of the cranial nerves, motor function, sensory function, and reflexes. This post covers the assessment of all 12 cranial nerves. Read more about assessing the cranial nerves at Nursecepts. Also, pick up the FREE PDF on Assessment of the Cranial Nerves by Nursecepts.
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Nervous System Assessment - Nursing
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. 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. Read more at Nursecepts.
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Rights of Medication Administration - Free Cheatsheet
In this post, we discuss the Rights of Medication Administration. This post has great nursing tips and is great information to add to your nursing notes. Read more information at Nursecepts! Also pick up a copy of the FREE PDF of some cool infographics listing the rights of medication administration. And, There is also Free Medication Administration Cheatsheet.
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49 Funny Memes Especially for Nursing Students
Nursing school is a very unique time in your life. It can be frustrating, hard and stressful. Sometimes you just have to laugh at yourself and your fellow classmates. Laughter will help release stress and it will uplift your mood. Here are a group of 49 Memes Especially for Nursing Students.
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Nursing Medication Orders Requirements
A medication order must include all the requirements of a medication order to be administered safely. Learn more about the requirements of a medication order and the types of medication orders at Nursecepts!
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7 Facts About the Integumentary System Every Nursing Student Should Know
Did you know the dermis is the layer of skin directly below the epidermis? The dermis is much thicker than the epidermis. It consists of connective tissue. This is a great article for nursing students on the integumentary system. It covers the components and the accessory structures of the integumentary system, skin healing, skin integrity, and the staging of pressures ulcers. Read more at Nursecepts
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Dosage Calculation - A One Method Approach
Dimensional Analysis is easy when setting up ratio and proportion problems. It is great for calculating oral doses, liquid doses, and injections. It is also a method of calculating hours of infusion, intravenous (IV) pushes, milliliters per hour (ml/hr), and drops per minute (gtt/minute). Read more at Nursecepts!
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3 Skills for Calculation of Dosages
This post contains 3 Skills for Calculation of Dosages. It is essential to the career of a nurse to safely administer medications. A lot of nursing students struggle with calculation of dosages. Students are expected to know how to calculate dosages, unfortunately, a lot of this is self-study. Read more at Nursecepts.
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Systems of Medication Measurement
This post covers the systems of medication measurement (apothecary system, metric system, household system) and, dimensional analysis for medication calculations. Wonderful information for nursing students. Read more at Nursecepts!