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Test Prep Blog for the NCLEX-RN® Exam

The NCLEX-RN: How to Pass on the First Try

Once you have graduated from nursing school, the next big milestone on your nursing journey is passing the NCLEX-RN exam. This can be daunting, but we are here to help with a few tips to prepare yourself to pass this exam on the first try. Know Details about the Exam One of the first things you...

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Electrolyte Relationships: Magnesium

In this post, the third in our series on the relationships between electrolytes, we will focus on magnesium. In the first blog post, we discussed the similar relationship between potassium and magnesium. The second blog post focused on calcium relationships. You can find discussions about other ...

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Electrolyte Relationships: Calcium, Phosphorus, and Vitamin D

Electrolytes are responsible for a number of different functions in the body, ranging from muscle contraction to hydration. While they are independently important, they also can impact levels of other electrolytes in the body. In another blog, we looked at the electrolyte relationships of sodium ...

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Electrolyte Relationships: Sodium and Potassium

Once you understand the functions and normal values for electrolytes, it is important to understand how some electrolyte levels are related to others. Often, an imbalance of one electrolyte is related to an imbalance of another electrolyte so understanding these relationships can assist in determ...

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What to Do When Your Preceptor Is a Bully

After receiving a nursing degree and passing the boards, your first job is very exciting! It usually involves being assigned a preceptor on your unit who will help with additional training and acclimation to the unit. Unfortunately, over the years, there have been increasing reports of preceptor ...

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The NCLEX-RN: How to Pass on the First Try

Once you have graduated from nursing school, the next big milestone on …

Electrolyte Relationships: Magnesium

In this post, the third in our series on the relationships between elec…

Electrolyte Relationships: Calcium, Phosphorus, and Vitamin D

Electrolytes are responsible for a number of different functions in the…