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Hemodynamics – Right Sided versus Left Sided
My Level 1 Sheet covering Normal hemodynamics Pulse Pressure Cardiac output Stroke Volume PAWP Wedge pressure CVP JVP JVD nursingkamp.com Nursing KAMP Student NCLEX StickENotes Right Sided measurements are more related to fluid balance and build up of fluid in the peripheral side. Where the Left Sided is more affected by the Hearts ability or inability to pump oxygenated blood !
Pharmacology NCLEX Cram - QD Nurses
Great Construction of Pharmacology Antidotes. A few others to add: Praxbind for Pradaxa, Albuterol and/or insulin for Klor-con/K-Dur -> hyperK, lipid emulsion for CCB refractory to Ca to outcompete binding sites/glucagon/insulin for stimulation - idea behind lipid is that it binds CCB due to the lipophilic properties of CCBs, but more concern with NON-DHP CCBs d/t the affinity and selectivity for cardiac receptors vs peripheral receptors.
Cardiac Medications Triple A Adenosine Atropine Amiodarone NCLEX BUN Creatinine Kidney Disease Acute Renal Failue Labs Potassium Hyperkalemia Hypokalemia Hyponatremia Sodium Lab Value Blood Hyponatremia Mnemonic Nursing Student This is a collection of my Acute Book diagram explaining the normals and abnormal Na K Cr Hypomagnesemia BUN Creatinine Addisons Dehydration Study Sheets for Nurses NCLEX Tips Nursing Notes Cheats cardiac tamponade nursing mnemonic