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Test Prep Blog for the NCLEX-RN® Exam

Left-Sided Heart Failure: DO CHAP

Left-sided heart failure is the most common type of heart failure, and it occurs when the left ventricle is unable to pump blood out of the heart. This often causes fluid buildup in the lungs, leading to right-sided heart failure. Thus, catching left-sided heart failure symptoms early is crucial....

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How to Write a Good Care Plan

Part of your responsibilities as a nurse will be writing nursing care plans for your patients. This topic will be covered in school, but also will be very relevant to your day-to-day activities at work. There are multiple formats for nursing care plans that may differ between schools, facilities,...

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Emergency Drugs to “LEAN On”

When learning about medications, there are a few acronyms that can help you remember groups of drugs. Here, we will cover the drugs used in emergency situations, where you will need to be quick on your feet. Their first letters form the acronym LEAN, so you can use that to help you remember. For...

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What to Include in a Nurse Handoff Report

Handing off a patient from one nurse to another is one of the most critical parts of patient care. Why Is the Nurse Handoff Procedure Important? Many studies have shown that poor nurse handoff reports can lead to adverse events for patients, which is why standardized handoff communication has b...

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Antipsychotic Drugs: Side Effects of Typical vs Atypical Drugs

Antipsychotic medications are classified into two categories: Typical (or first-generation) and Atypical (or second-generation). Typical vs. Atypical Drugs Haldol and Thorazine are the two most common typical antipsychotic drugs. However, typical antipsychotic drugs tend to have more severe sid...

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Left-Sided Heart Failure: DO CHAP

Left-sided heart failure is the most common type of heart failure, and …

How to Write a Good Care Plan

Part of your responsibilities as a nurse will be writing nursing care p…

Emergency Drugs to “LEAN On”

When learning about medications, there are a few acronyms that can help…