Critical care

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Metabolism, Fitness, Studio, Critical Care, Critical Care Nursing, Medical Knowledge, Metabolic Acidosis, Acidosis, Intracranial Pressure

“Acid-base problems are common in the ICU, sometimes multiple at once. This #OnePager 1⃣📟outlines an approach to pH, #anionGap, & a DDx for each: #RAGES for NAGMA, #GOLDMARKeT for AGMA, #BLVDPLACE for met alkalosis. Includes handy formulas & rules so you can🕵️‍♀️🔎that ABG! #FOAMed”

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Dean Corso
Critical Care Nursing Basics / Pages 8 Nclex, Cardiac Nursing Cheat Sheets, Critical Care Nursing, Critical Care, Cardiovascular Nursing, Cardiac Cath Lab Nurse, Acute Respiratory Failure, Cardiac Nursing, Med Surg Nursing

This Study Guide includes 6.5 pages and covers basic critical care nursing concepts from the Lewis Med-Surg Textbook including: - Hemodynaics - Cardiac Output - Invasive Pressure Monitoring - Circulatory Assist Devices - Shock - Acute Respiratory Failure

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Rachel Bauer
NCLEX Pharmacology Vasopressors and Inotropes Cheat Sheet Vasoactive agents include the following:  inotropes are agents that increase myocardial contractility (inotropy) — e.g. adrenaline, dobutamine, isoprenaline, ephedrine vasopressors are agents that cause vasoconstriction leading to increased systemic and/or pulmonary vascular resistance (SVR, PVR) — e.g. noradrenaline, vasopressin, metaraminol, vasopressin, methylene blue inodilators are agents with inotropic effects that also cause vasodi Cardiac Nursing, Pharmacology Nursing, Nursing Mnemonics, Critical Care Nursing, Critical Care, Mean Arterial Pressure, Nurse Anesthesia, Anesthesiology, Cardiovascular

NCLEX Pharmacology Vasopressors and Inotropes Cheat Sheet Vasoactive agents include the following: inotropes are agents that increase myocardial contractility (inotropy) — e.g. adrenaline, dobutamine, isoprenaline, ephedrine vasopressors are agents that cause vasoconstriction leading to increased systemic and/or pulmonary vascular resistance (SVR, PVR) — e.g. noradrenaline, vasopressin, metaraminol, vasopressin, methylene blue inodilators are agents with inotropic

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