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The Blood of Strangers: Stories from Emergency Medicine

The Blood of Strangers: Stories from Emergency Medicine

The Blood of Strangers: Stories from Emergency Medicine by Frank Huyler, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000H2MIDS/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_BnhOqb09GA5SY

The Blood of Strangers: Stories from Emergency Medicine by Frank Huyler, Really gotta check this out!

Respiratory vs. metabolic alkalosis/acidosis.

For those Nursing Students! I can't even believe how many times this little ditty went through my head when I was looking at blood gas results! Never failed me.

ICU, Nurse, Nursing student, Nursing school, Emergency, Urgency, Critical Care, IV push, Arrhythmias, Distress

8 Drugs Every ICU & really ER Nurses Need to Know. These drugs are used frequently and in high intensity situations. It is imperative that you know what they are.

Tylenol vs. Advil  (Acetominphen vs. Ibuprophen)  #ClevelandClinic

Which OTC works better? Cleveland Clinic & HealthHub Knockout pits acetaminophen and ibuprofen against each other.

gout causes, diagnosis, treatment, drugs, prophylaxis of gout in medicine

Gout causes, diagnosis, treatment, drugs, prophylaxis of gout in medicine. by antonia

Be Your Own Nurse First natural health tips, natural health remedies

Be Your Own Nurse First

We don’t always have to rely on doctors or nurses for our health. Here’s an infographic by Licensed Practical Nurse that details some practical ways we can maintain our own health and stay healthy. Created by: Licensed Practical Nurse

Blood flow of heart  | blood flow physiology  path of blood flow diastole systole Trace a drop of blood through the heart. After 21 years, I can still do it!

Here's a great diagram of the path blood takes as it travels through the heart.

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