NURSING TIPS & TRICKS
An I&D or Incision and Drainage and performed to drain purulent fluid (aka pus) from a fluid collection called an abscess.
Ventricular arrhythmias like VTACH and VFIB occur in and out of the hospital. The only difference is, people aren't hooked up to the monitors. So instead of catching the arrhythmia, the patient goes unresponsive. VTACH and VFIB are HUGE deals, and these ventricular...
These 10 charge nurse tips will help you know what to do, be a good leader, and help the department run smoothly!
Check out these 18 acute skin rashes for nurses to know, complete with pictures, descriptions, symptoms, and treatments.
The various oxygen delivery devices and flow rates are important to understand as nurses, respiratory therapists, and Providers!
Understand the key differences in a STEMI & an NSTEMI including how to detect a STEMI on the EKG, the different kinds of STEMIs, and the acute management involved including which medications to give!
Learn how to read an EKG Rhythm strip, which is an essential skill of any nurse!
Learn all the nursing hacks and tips to make your shift on a Med-Surg floor go by a little easier!
Use these vagal maneuvers to stop your patient’s SVT and restore normal sinus rhythm!