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Book Summary: CAUTION!!! Its Not only a Mnemonics Book!!! So most of mnemonics provided in this book have had a short description, then you dont even need to search for further resources. Crush the Nursing School & Trigger Your Nursing Memory, use it for your NCLEX RN Test Preperation. in details: There are a ton of terms that need to be read and memorized to help you at your nursing school, as well before you take the NCLEX-RN Exam. It may get pretty hard to remember all of those concepts right off hand. One good way to help you to remember certain terms and concepts is to use Mnemonics. Everyone has their own way of remembering information and that's why NCLEX-RN mnemonics are so helpful. Mnemonics is the study and development of systems for improving and assisting the memory. Using mnemonics is an excellent way to keep things straight while also relating them to something less stressful. Mnemonics improve your memory by using the technique of association. At this Book, you get the most helpful mnemonics for the NCLEX-RN exam that you should include in your study sessions. So How Worth You Nurse To save Your Time, Simply Scroll Up Hit the Buy Button!!!
Book Summary: As a nurse, you always need to have the right answers to a problem at the right time. You can never make any mistakes, or the time to peruse through books seeking for clarification. With so much to cram into your head, mastering disease conditions and their treatment options is quite the challenge. Taking a different approach other than just trying to remember the facts as they are would make the job simpler and more bearable. Enter mnemonics.
Book Summary: Bring key pharmacology topics to life in a flash! Mosby’s Pharmacology Memory NoteCards: Visual, Mnemonic, and Memory Aids for Nurses, 5th Edition uses humor, illustrations, and mnemonics, to help you retain challenging pharmacology concepts and drug information. This sturdy, spiral bound kit covers important nursing implications, frequent side effects, serious and life-threatening implications, and patient teaching skills. Whether you use it to prepare for class, clinicals, or the NCLEX® examination, you won’t find another study tool like this! UNIQUE! More than 100 full-color cartoons offer humorous and memorable presentations of key drugs. UNIQUE! Color-highlighted monographs make it easier for you to identify nursing priorities on common medications. Thick pages and a spiral-bound format create a portable tool that is durable enough for the clinical environment. Colored thumb tabs at the bottom of the page allow students to find topics quickly. UNIQUE! Mnemonics and other time-tested memory aids help you grasp and remember even the most complex concepts. What You Need to Know sections on each card cover key information in a quick and easy-to-review format. NEW! Additional cards cover medication safety, furosemide, hydrochlorothiazide, oral antidiabetic drugs and non-insulin injectable agents, and disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs.
Book Summary: Ever try to keep track of the difference between dysphagia and dysphasia and aphagia and aphasia? Having trouble remembering where to put the ekg leads? Is your patient's rhythm a second degree, type I or a second degree type II? Nursing school can be a pain in the butt. Once you think you've got something down, another subject is thrown at you. It's nearly impossible to keep track of everything as a nursing student. You think you know your stuff, but have a hard time getting it out from your brain when it's needed.I feel your pain. I was in your shoes once and had the same problems in nursing school. I found mnemonics to be a life-saver for exams, clinicals, and questioning from preceptors. Some of the memory tricks in this book are well-known, but most of them were made up over the years by yours truly. Mnemonics are not meant to teach you the information. Rather, they are meant to jog your memory, which already holds the information somewhere deep inside. These are an aid, not an education. Inside, you'll find simple mnemonic devices that can be drawn from at a moment's notice. The idea isn't to retain the entire book after reading it for the first time. Instead, use it as a guide in your journey through nursing school and beyond. Whenever you come to a nursing topic you need reinforcement on, see if there's something here that might be able to help you.Even if you decide that the book isn't for you, visit us at www.kickassnursing.com. Check out the blog and the free cheat sheets when you have a chance. Good luck!
Book Summary: Have pharmacology test anxiety or a feeling of overwhelm? This fast and easy pharmacology review through pharmacology flash card mnemonics and fill-ins recognizes that many future nurses, doctors, physician assistants, and pharmacists (chemists) have families, jobs, and other responsibilities. Do you have time enough time to make 100% sure you will pass in the classroom or on the board exam? For most students taking the NCLEX, NAPLEX, USMLE Step-1, PANCE, GPHC, or KAPS exam, the answer is no. I wrote this mnemonic guide as an audiobook first to help you remember pharmacology drug names and principles quickly. While in the classroom you professors might say memorization doesn't matter, but you can't bring outside material to the board exam, so for this test, you do need to work on memory training. You already know the consequences of failing a class or board exam, so let's make sure that doesn't happen by getting pharmacology organized in your head once and for all.
Book Summary: Are you studying to become a nurse? Are you planning to take the NCLEX exam? Are you finding it difficult to remember all of the facts and specific medical information required of you for this position? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this is the book for you. Inside you will find: -Information on the proven memory aid of mnemonics, including how they work so that you can even make up your own. ✓ Hundreds of medical mnemonics cover many different topics that will help you remember the facts for exams and your daily work as a nurse. ✓ Information on the NCLEX exam, including what to expect and how to study for this important exam. ✓ 100 practice questions and answers in the same format that you will find on the NCLEX exam to know exactly what to expect. -Do you know off the top of your head when you should be concerned about a patient's mole? If you remember the mnemonic ABCDE, then it will be easy! -A = Asymmetry- B = Border irregular- C = Color irregular- D = Diameter usually greater than 0.5 cm- E = Elevation irregularWhat if you are looking at an x-ray and notice something weird that shouldn't be there. If you see HOLES in the chest, that is WEIRD. What are the possible differentials?-W = Wegner's syndrome-E = Embolic (pulmonary, septic)-I = Infection (anaerobes, pneumocystis, TB)-R = Rheumatoid (Necrobiotic nodules)-D = Developmental cysts (sequestration)-H = Histiocytosis-O = Oncological-L = Lymphangeioleiomyomatosis-E = Environmental/ occupational-S = Sarcoid. Like in these examples, mnemonics are a proven way to help you recall specific information, including detailed information such as differentials, symptoms, diagnostics, and even steps in a procedure. Throughout this book, you will find hundreds of mnemonics, many of which have been used for years by health care professionals to help them recall vital information. Once you see how the mnemonics work, you can pick and choose the ones that work for you, or you can even use the information in this book to create your own mnemonics that are easy for you to remember. Mnemonics can also come in handy on the NCLEX. Here is a question that is typical for this exam: A patient comes to the clinic complaining of severe gastrointestinal distress. Which abdominal physical assessment step does the nurse do first? a.Inspection b.Palpation c.Percussion d.Auscultation. If you remember your mnemonic tricks, then this question will be easy. Remember the mnemonic "I Am a People Person," and you will instantly know that the answer is "A, inspection." -I = Inspection-A = Auscultation-P = Percussion-P = Palpation. Please don't wait until you are studying for exams, pick up this book, and use it throughout your studies so that the mnemonics used will become second nature to you and propel you towards your nursing career.