Tracheal Esophageal Fistula – Sign and Symptoms Nursing Mnemonic (The 3 C’s)
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by Kati Kleber
2M ago
Download for FREE today -  special Mnemonics Cheatsheet - so you can be SURE that you have that Must Know information down:  bit.ly/nursing-memory   Outline The 3 C’s C-Choking C-Coughing C-Cyanosis Description A tracheal esophageal fistula (TEF) is a congenital abnormality in which there is an opening between the trachea and the esophagus. Surgery is required to repair the opening before a baby can receive oral nutrition. Signs and symptoms to identify TEF are choking, coughing, and cyanosis ..read more
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Hypoxia – Signs and Symptoms (in Pediatrics) Nursing Mnemonic (FINES)
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by Kati Kleber
2M ago
Download for FREE today -  special Mnemonics Cheatsheet - so you can be SURE that you have that Must Know information down:  bit.ly/nursing-memory   Outline FINES F-Feeding difficulty I-Inspiratory Stridor N-Nares Flares E-Expiratory Grunting S-Sternal Retractions Description The above signs are indications that the patient is attempting to draw in more oxygen. The patient will begin to compensate for the decreased tissue oxygenation by exhibiting the following signs and symptoms ..read more
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Child Abuse/Neglect – Warning Signs Nursing Mnemonic (CHILD ABUSE)
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by Kati Kleber
3M ago
Download for FREE today -  special Mnemonics Cheatsheet - so you can be SURE that you have that Must Know information down:  bit.ly/nursing-memory   Outline CHILD ABUSE C-Child’s excessive knowledge of sex and abusive words H-Hair growth in various lengths I-Inconsistent stories from the child and parent/s L-Low self-esteem D-Depression A-Apathy, no emotion B-Bruised U-Unusual injuries S-Serious injuries E-Evidence of old injuries Description Child abuse can be in many forms; physical, sexual, emotional, or neglect. Any act of commission or omission by a caregiv ..read more
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Umbilical Cord Vasculature Nursing Mnemonic (2A1V)
Nursing Mnemonics Show by NURSING.com (NRSNG) (Memory Tricks for Nursing School)
by Kati Kleber
3M ago
Download for FREE today -  special Mnemonics Cheatsheet - so you can be SURE that you have that Must Know information down:  bit.ly/nursing-memory   Outline 2A 1V 2A-Two Areolas, Two Arteries 1V-One Vagina, One Vein Description To remember the vasculature in the umbilical cord, remember that the mom has: Two areolas; One Vagina. So, there are Two umbilical arteries, one umbilical vein ..read more
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Oral Birth Control Pills – Serious Complications Nursing Mnemonic (Aches)
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by Kati Kleber
3M ago
Download for FREE today -  special Mnemonics Cheatsheet - so you can be SURE that you have that Must Know information down:  bit.ly/nursing-memory   Outline ACHES A-Abdominal Pain C-Chest Pain H-Headache E-Eye Problems S-Severe Leg Pain Description Because oral contraceptives can cause clots, we should monitor for the following serious complications in patients taking oral contraceptives: abdominal pain, chest pain, headache, eye problems, swelling or aching in the legs or thighs ..read more
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OB Non-Stress Test Results Nursing Mnemonic (NNN)
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by Jon Haws RN
3M ago
Download for FREE today -  special Mnemonics Cheatsheet - so you can be SURE that you have that Must Know information down:  bit.ly/nursing-memory   Outline NNN N-Non-reactive N-Non-Stress test is N-Not good Description A non-reactive result in a non-stress test is not good. During a non-stress test the fetal heart rate is monitored during movement. A reactive result is a good sign indicating intact central and autonomic nervous system. A reactive non-stress test result would be 2 accelerations to a certain level for greater than 15 seconds within a 20 minute pe ..read more
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Intra Uterine Device – Potential Problems Nursing Mnemonic (PAINS)
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by Kati Kleber
3M ago
Download for FREE today -  special Mnemonics Cheatsheet - so you can be SURE that you have that Must Know information down:  bit.ly/nursing-memory   Outline PAINS P-Period (menstrual: late, spotting, bleeding) A-Abdominal pain, dyspareunia (painful intercourse) I-Infection (abnormal vaginal discharge) N-Not feeling well, fever or chills S-String missing Description An intrauterine device is inserted into the uterus and is used to prevent pregnancy. There are two different types: hormonal and copper IUD ..read more
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HELLP Syndrome – Signs and Symptoms Nursing Mnemonic (HELLP)
Nursing Mnemonics Show by NURSING.com (NRSNG) (Memory Tricks for Nursing School)
by Kati Kleber
3M ago
Download for FREE today -  special Mnemonics Cheatsheet - so you can be SURE that you have that Must Know information down:  bit.ly/nursing-memory   Outline HELLP H-Hemolysis E-Elevated L-Liver function tests L-Low P-Platelet count Description HELLP syndrome is a severe and life-threatening complication, typically related to preeclampsia. It typically occurs in the third trimester.The defining characteristics are hemolysis (breakdown of red blood cells), elevated liver enzymes, and low platelet count ..read more
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Fetal Wellbeing Assessment Tests Nursing Mnemonic (ALONE)
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by Kati Kleber
3M ago
Download for FREE today -  special Mnemonics Cheatsheet - so you can be SURE that you have that Must Know information down:  bit.ly/nursing-memory   Outline ALONE A-Amniocentesis L-L/S Ratio O-Oxytocin Test N-Non-Stress Test E-Estriol Level Description An amniocentesis is performed during the prenatal period. A needle is inserted to obtain a sample of amniotic fluid, which can be used to identify chromosomal abnormalities. L/S ratio compares lecithin– phosphatidyl choline to sphingomyelin to identify infant lung maturity. The oxytocin test measures fetal heart r ..read more
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VEAL CHOP Nursing Mnemonic (Fetal Accelerations and Decelerations) (VEAL CHOP)
Nursing Mnemonics Show by NURSING.com (NRSNG) (Memory Tricks for Nursing School)
by Kati Kleber
3M ago
Download for FREE today -  special Mnemonics Cheatsheet - so you can be SURE that you have that Must Know information down:  bit.ly/nursing-memory   Outline VEAL CHOP V-Variable E-Early A-Accelerations L-Late C-Cord Compression H-Head Compression O-Okay P-Placental Insufficiency A fetal acceleration is an abrupt increase in fetal heart rate above the established baseline. A fetal deceleration is a decrease in fetal heart rate below the established fetal heart rate. The VEAL CHOP nursing mnemonic can be used to help remember how to interpret fetal heart rate duri ..read more
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