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Critical Care Nursing
Heart and lung assessment
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Phlebotomy Terminology List - Plus Click Through For An Interactive Practice Test! #phlebotomy
Order Of Draw
Medical Laboratory Science
order of lab draw.... or just remember the Acronym Before (Blood cultures), Red (Red top), Light ( light blue top), Green (Green top), Light (LAvender), Go (Gray and/or Gold)
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Phlebotomy Abbreviations List - Plus click through for their interactive study tool! #phlebotomy
Charting For Nurses
choose the right words when charting and writing your patient or nurses' notes
Did you know that there is a correct order in which to collect your blood specimens during a venipuncture or cannulation? This sequence is known as Order of Draw. Why does it matter? One problems w…
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Venipuncture. I wish i was taught all of this in nursing school...
Becoming A Nurse
how to start an IV, as explained by an ER nurse with more than 20 years experience.
Remember Insulins in Five Minutes --- Have you ever wondered how your classmates were able to memorize insulins so easily? Here is one trick to learn insulins and never forget it again. Now you can be that confident classmate! ---
Operating Department Practitioner
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Helpful hints for nurses: Heart sounds
Description of ventilator settings.
Scanning Electron Micrograph
National Institutes Of Health
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