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Mnemonics for Nurses

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SOMETHING IN COMMON

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MAOIs + TYRAMINE RICH FOOD = HYPERTENSIVE CRISIS

DON'Ts of PREGNANCY
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LIPID LOWERING AGENTS (..... STATIN) ESTROGEN PILLS COUMADIN / WARFARIN ISOTRETINOIN OHA ANTIPSYCHOTICS RADIATION TORCH (Toxoplasmosis, Others, Rubella, Chlamydia, Herpes) RIBAVIRIN (inhaled) ALKASELTZER (contains ASA) DILANTIN ALCOHOL AND SMOKING !HeHeHe!

FALSE RESULT ON OCCULT BLOOD EXAM IS DUE TO: VITAMIN C = FALSE (-) ASA = FALSE (+) CORTICOSTEROIDS = (+) RED MEAT = (+)

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SOMETHING IN COMMON 02
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MUSCLE RELAXANTS

AVOID GIVING TO MYASTHENIA GRAVIS PATIENT

MAY BE GIVEN TO MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (ex. Baclofen)

BACLOFEN (ang mga BACLA malalambot ang muscles)

FLEXRIL (palaging naka flex ang elbows nila diba? )

NEOMYCIN

MORPHINE SO4

CAUSES URINE DISCOLORATION

DIAMOX

DOXORUBICIN

RIFAMPICIN

PYRIDIUM

LEVODOPA

OTOTOXIC DRUGS

STREPTOMYCIN

THIAZIDES

AMINOGLYCOSIDES

ANTI-NEOPLASTICS

LOOP DIURETICS

HIGH PITCH CRY

ICREASE ICP

HYDROCEPHALUS

MENINGITIS

MAY LEAD TO ANGINA

EXERCISE

EMOTION

EATING

EXTREME WEATHER

ANTICIPATE ACUTE RESPIRATORY FAILURE

GULLAIN BARRE SYNDROME

MYASTENIA GRAVIS

AMYOTROPIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS

DON¶T GIVE TO PATIENT WITHCELIAC¶S DISEASE

BARLEY

RYE

OAT

WEAT

MUST URINATE, VOID, EMPTY BLADDER

AMNIOCENTHESIS

PARACENTHESIS

LEOPOLD¶S MANEUVER

ULTRASOUND (TRANSVAGINAL ONLY)

DRINK, DON¶T URINATE, FULL BLADDER

CHORIONIC VILLI SAMPLING

ULTRASOUND (ABDOMINAL)

JOHN¶S WORT ANTI PSYCHOTIC THIAZIDE DIURETICS DANTRIM PHOTOSENSITIVE .IMPOTENCE OR DECREASE LIBIDO ALDACTONE ACE INHIBITORS BETA BLOCKERS PHOTOSENSITIVE ± PROTECT THE PATIENT ST.COVER THE DRUG LIQUID DILANTIN MANNITOL NITROGLYCERIN .

December 15. 2007 |Share This Article| Feb 08 THINK ABOUT THIS MEMORY TIP Labels: MEMORY TIP | 0 comments HODGEKIN'S DISEASE : HODGRIDSTERNBERG CELLS THESE ARE LARGE OR SHOULD I SAY GIANT CELLS! .DECREASES DOPAMINE (Disturbs Dopamine ± Acetylcholine Balance) PLASIL REGLAN RESERPINE Posted by Admin at Saturday.

Thirst HYPERKALEMIA .RIBBON LIKE STOOLS Posted by Admin at Thursday. Creatinine Serum Lipids Cholesterol / Triglyceride Phosphorus To remember: FBS-Cellphone Patient is under NPO 12 hours before blood extraction MNEMONICS FOR NURSES PART 07 Labels: MNEMONICS | 0 comments HYPERNATREMIA FRIED SALT F .Agitation L .Increased fluid retention & increased BP E .Fever (low).Muscle weakness .Skin flushed A .Edema (peripheral and pitting) D .Low-grade fever T . flushed skin R . dry mouth SALT S . 2007 |Share This Article| Jan 26 FASTING BLOOD TESTS Labels: MEMORY TIP | 0 comments Fasting Blood Sugar BUN.Restless (irritable) I . February 08.Decreased urinary output.Signs & Symptoms MURDER M .

Petechiae (tiny purplish spots) RESPIRATORY DEPRESSION . traumatic injury H .Excessive N .Acidosis .Excretion .Medications .Metabolic and respiratory C .Respiratory distress D .Trachea deviation .Reflexes.Arrhythmias T .Impaired HYPOCALCEMIA CATS C .Ecchymoses (bruises) E .Bleeding gums E .Urine. NSAIDS A .Trimethoprim O .Tetany S . oliguria.U . anuria R .Spasms and stridor BLEEDING .Sedatives and hypnotics T .Opiates P .Decreased cardiac contractility E .Cellular destruction .Polymyxins PNEUMOTHORAX . renal failure E .Convulsions A .Intake .S/Sx BEEP B .inducing drugs STOP breathing S .Burns.ECG changes R .Causes MACHINE M .S/Sx P-THORAX P .ACE inhibitors.Nephrons. or areflexia (flaccid) HYPERKALEMIA .Epistaxis (nosebleed) P .Hypoaldosteronism/ hemolysis I .Pleuretic pain T . hyperreflexia.

Hyperresonance O .Impaired alveolar macrophages R .Immunosuppression N .RTI (prior) A .Stridor S .Reduced breath sounds (& dypsnea) A .Anxiety A .Secretion retention P . February 03.Pulmonary Embolus Posted by Admin at Tuesday.Other (general debility.Onset sudden R .Airway obstruction A .H .Neurologic impairment of cough reflex.Pulmonary oedema I .Asthma P .risk factors INSPIRATION I .Causes AAAA PPPP A .X-ray shows collapse PNEUMONIA .Neoplasia S .Subglottic swelling S .IV dug abuse O .Pneumonia P .Angina A . immobility) N . 2009 |Share This Article| Feb 16 MNEMONICS FOR NURSES PART 06 Labels: MNEMONICS | 0 comments CARDIAC VALVES . (eg NMJ disorders) CROUP .Pulmonary Edema P .Seal-bark cough SHORTNESS OF BREATH .Pneumothorax P .Antibiotics & cytotoxics T .S/Sx SSS S .Tracheal instrumentation I .Absent fremitus X .

"TRI before you BI": Tricuspid valve is located in left heart and Bicuspid valve is located in right heart. FEMORAL HERNIA FEMoral hernias are more common in FEMales. "TRY PULLING MY AORTA": Tricuspid Pulmonary Mitral Aorta PLACENTA-CROSSING SUBSTANCES "Want My Hot Dog": Wastes Antibodies Nutrients Teratogens Microorganisms Hormones/ HIV Drugs . Blood flows through the tricuspid before bicuspid.

EMERGENCY MEDICINE ACTIVATED CHARCOAL: CONTRAINDICATIONS CHEMICAL CamP: Cyanide Hydrocarbons Ethanol Metals Iron Caustics Airway unprotected Lithium CAMphor Potassium IPECAC: CONTRAINDICATIONS 4 C's: Comatose Convulsing Corrosive hydroCarbon ATRIAL FIBRILLATION: CAUSES OF NEW ONSET .

) Alcohol Trauma (cardiac contusion) Recent surgery (post CABG) Ischemia Atrial enlargement Lone or idiopathic Fever. caffeine) ENDOTRACHEAL TUBE DELIVERABLE DRUGS O NAVEL: Oxygen Naloxone Atropine Ventolin (albuterol) . high-output states Infarct Bad valves (mitral stenosis) Stimulants (cocaine.THE ATRIAL FIBS: Thyroid Hypothermia Embolism (P.E. amphet. theo. anemia.

Epinephrine Lidocaine MALARIA: COMPLICATIONS OF FALCIPARUM MALARIA CHAPLIN: Cerebral malaria/ Coma Hypoglycemia Anaemia Pulmonary edema Lactic acidosis Infections Necrois of renal tubules (ATN) MI: IMMEDIATE TREATMENT DOGASH: Diamorphine Oxygen GTN spray Asprin 300mg Streptokinase Heparin .

PAIN HISTORY CHECKLIST OLDER SAAB: Onset Location Description (what does it feel like) Exacerbating factors Radiation Severity Associated symptoms Alleviating factors Before (ever experience this before) SHOCK: SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS TV SPARC CUBE: Thirst Vomiting Sweating Pulse weak Anxious Respirations shallow/rapid .

Momma Shock. Big Shock. Everybody Shock. Poppa Shock": Shock= Defibrillate Everybody= Epinephine Little= Lidocaine Big= Bretylium Momma= MgSO4 Poppa= Pocainamide . Shock. Little Shock.Cool Cyanotic Unconscious BP low Eyes blank SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE (SAH) CAUSES BATS: Berry aneurysm Arteriovenous malformation/ Adult polycystic kidney disease Trauma (eg being struck with baseball bat) Stroke VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION: TREATMENT "Shock. Shock.

Note: sliding scale no longer recommended in the UK) Nasogastic tube (if patient comatose) Glucose (once serum levels drop to 12) Urea (check it) Fluids (crytalloids) Creatinine (check it)/ Catheterize NEUROLOGICAL FOCAL DEFICITS 10 S's: Sugar (hypo.VFIB/VTACH DRUGS USED ACCORDING TO ACLS "Every Little Boy Must Pray": Epinephrine Lidocaine Bretylium Magsulfate Procainamide DIABETIC KETOACIDOSIS MANAGEMENT KING UFC: K+ (potassium) Insulin (5u/hour. hyper) .

abscess) Spinal cord syndromes Somatoform (conversion reaction) Sclerosis (MS) Some migraines COMA: CONDITIONS TO EXCLUDE AS CAUSE MIDAS: Meningitis Intoxication Diabetes Air (respiratory failure) Subdural/ Subarachnoid hemorrhage MALIGNANT HYPERTHERMIA TREATMENT "Some Hot Dude Better Give Iced Fluids Fast!" (Hot dude = hypothermia): Stop triggering agents . avm. aneurysm.Stroke Seizure (Todd's paralysis) Subdural hematoma Subarachnoid hemorrhage Space occupying lesion (tumor.

Hyperventilate/ Hundred percent oxygen Dantrolene (2.5mg/kg) Bicarbonate Glucose and insulin IV Fluids and cooling blanket Fluid output monitoring/ Furosemide/ Fast heart [tachycardia] RESUSCITATION: BASIC STEPS ABCDE: Airway Breathing Circulation Drugs Environment RLQ PAIN: DIFFERENTIAL APPENDICITIS: Appendicitis/ Abscess PID/ Period Pancreatitis Ectopic/ Endometriosis .

2007 |Share This Article| Feb 15 MNEMONICS FOR NURSES PART 05 Labels: MNEMONICS | 0 comments Acid-base²"ROME" (Respiratory Opposite.Neoplasia Diverticulitis Intussusception Crohns Disease/ Cyst (ovarian) IBD Torsion (ovary) Irritable Bowel Syndrome Stones Posted by Admin at Friday. Metabolic Equal) Acidosis » Respiratory (opposite): pH Pco2 » Metabolic(equal): pH HCO3 Alkalosis » Respiratory (opposite): pH Pco2 » Metabolic(equal): pH HCO3 Alcohol withdrawal: clinical features²"HITS" Hallucinations (visual. February 16. tactile) Increased vital signs and insomnia .

vomiting) Angina: precipitating factors²"4E's" Eating Emotion Exertion (Exercise) Extreme Temperatures (Hot or Cold weather) Anorexia nervosa: clinical features²"ANOREXIC" Adolescent women/ Amenorrhea NGT alimentation (most severe cases) Obsession with losing weight/ becoming fat though underweight Refusal to eat (5% die) Electrolyte abnormalities (e. K+.Tremens delirium tremens (potentially lethal) Shakes/ Sweats/ Seizures/ Stomach pains (nausea.ercise Intelligence often above average/ Induced vomiting Cathartic use (and diuretic abuse) Appendicitis: assessment²"PAINS" Pain (RLQ) Anorexia . cardiac arrhythmia) X .g..

WBC (15. glucose is high Blood vessels in umbilical cord²"AVA" (2 arteries and 1 vein) Artery Vein Artery . . . Psoas) Neurovascular Occlusion: symptoms² "6 P's" Pain Pale Pulseless Paresthesia Poikilothermic Paralysis Blood glucose (rhyme) Symptom Implication Cold and clammy . give hard candy Hot and dry .Increased temperature.000) Nausea Signs (McBurney's. . .000±20.

minimize Logan bow Elbow restraints Feed with Brecht feeder Teach feeding techniques.Cholecystitis: risk factors²"5F's" Female Fat Forty Fertile Fair Cleft lip: nursing care plan (postoperative)²"CLEFT LIP" Crying. two months of age (average age at repair) Liquid (sterile water). rinse after feeding Impaired feeding (no sucking) Position²never on abdomen Cognitive disorders: assessment of difficulties²"JOCAM" Judgment Orientation Confabulation .

Affect Memory Coma: causes²"A-E-I-O-U TIPS" Alcohol. heat stroke) Infection (e.g.. endocrine problem) Insulin (hypoglycemic shock) Overdose (or poisoning) Uremia and other renal problems Trauma. meningitis) Psychogenic ("hysterical coma") Stroke or space-occupying lesions in the cranium Complication of severe preeclampsia²"HELLP" syndrome Hemolysis Elevated Liver enzymes Low Platelet count Cushing's syndrome: symptoms²"3S's" Sugar (hyperglycemia) Salt (hypernatremia) . acidosis (hyperglycemic coma) Epilepsy (also electrolyte abnormality. temperature abnormalities (hypothermia.

g." Polydipsia (very thirsty) Polyphagia (very hungry) Polyuria (urinary frequency) Diet: low cholesterol²avoid the "3C's" Cake Cookies Cream (dairy.. ice cream) Dystocia: etiology²"3P's" Power Passageway Passenger Dystocia: general aspects (maternal)²"3P's" Psych Placenta Position Episiotomy assessment²"REEDA" . e.Sex (excess androgens) Diabetes: signs and symptoms²"3P's. milk.

now called brain attack or stroke) Hypertension: nursing care plan² "I-TIRED" Intake and output (urine) Take blood pressure Ischemia attack.Redness Edema Ecchymosis Discharge Approximation of skin Eye medications Mydriatic = dilated pupils Miotic = tiny (constricted) pupils Hypertension: complications²"4 C's" CAD (coronary artery disease) CHF (congestive heart failure) CRF (chronic renal failure) CVA (cardiovascular accident. transient (watch for TIAs) Respiration. pulse Electrolytes .

group B beta strep) Rubella Cytomegalovirus Herpes simplex virus IUD: potential problems with use²"PAINS" Period (menstrual: late. fever or chills String missing .Daily weight Hypoglycemia: signs and symptoms²"DIRE" Diaphoresis Increased pulse Restless Extra hungry Infections during pregnancy²"TORCH" Toxoplasmosis Other (hepatitis B. bleeding) Abdominal pain. syphilis. spotting. dyspareunia Infection (abnormal vaginal discharge) Not feeling well.

Manipulation: nursing plan²promote the "3C's" Cooperation Compromise Collaboration Medication administration²"six rights" RIGHT medication RIGHT dosage RIGHT route RIGHT time RIGHT client RIGHT technique Melanoma characteristics²"ABCD" Asymmetry Border Color Diameter Mental retardation: nursing care plan²"3R's" Regularity (provide routine and structure) .

Reward (positive reinforcement) Redundancy (repeat) Myocardial infarction: treatment²"MONA" Monitor/ Morphine Oxygen Nitroglycerin Aspirin Newborn assessment components²"APGAR" Appearance Pulse Grimace Activity Respiratory effort Obstetric (maternity) history²"GTPAL" Gravida Term Preterm Abortions (SAB. TAB) Living children .

brain attack) Eye problems (possible hypertension or vascular accident) Severe leg pain (possible thromboembolic process) Pain: assessment²"PQRST" What Provokes the pain? What is the Quality of the pain? Does the pain Radiate? What is the Severity of the pain? What is the Timing of the pain? Pain: management²"ABCs" Ask about the pain Believe when clients say they have pain Choices²let clients know their choices Deliver what you can.Oral contraceptives: signs of potential problems²"ACHES" Abdominal pain (possible liver or gallbladder problem) Chest pain or shortness of breath (possible pulmonary embolus) Headache (possible hypertension. when you said you would Empower/Enable clients' control over pain .

Postoperative complications: order²"4W's" Wind (pulmonary) Wound Water (urinary tract infection) Walk (thrombophlebitis) Preterm infant: anticipated problems²"TRIES" Temperature regulation (poor) Resistance to infections (poor) Immature liver Elimination problems (necrotizing enterocolitis [NEC]) Sensory-perceptual functions (retinopathy of prematurity [ROP]) Psychotropic medications: common antidepressives (tricyclics)²"VENT" Vivactil Elavil Norpramin Tofranil Schizophrenia: primary symptoms²"4A's" Affect .

Ambivalence Associative looseness Autism Sprain: nursing care plan²"RICE" Rest Ice Compression Elevation Stool assessment²"ACCT" Amount Color Consistency Timing Tracheoesophageal fistula: assessment²"3Cs" Coughing Choking Cyanosis Traction: nursing care plan²"TRACTION" .

altered Respiration. altered Mobility impaired Alterations in sensory-perceptual functions and skin integrity (infections) . body alignment Analgesia for pain.Trapeze bar overhead to raise and lower upper body Requires free-hanging weights. prn Circulation (check color and pulse) Temperature (check extremity) Infection prevention Output (monitor) Nutrition (alteration related to immobility) Transient ischemic attacks: assessment²"3Ts" Temporary unilateral visual impairment Transient paralysis (one-sided) Tinnitus = vertigo Trauma care: complications²"TRAUMA" Thromboembolism. altered Anxiety related to pain and prognosis Urinary elimination. Tissue perfusion.

Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome (alcohol-associated neurological disorder)²"COAT RACK" Wernicke's encephalopathy (acute phase) clinical features: Confusion Ophthalmoplegia Ataxia Thiamine is an important aspect of Tx Korsakoff's psychosis (chronic phase) characteristic findings: Retrograde amnesia (recall of some old memories) Anterograde amnesia (ability to form new memories) Confabulation Korsakoff's psychosis Posted by Admin at Thursday. 2007 |Share This Article| Feb 14 MNEMONICS FOR NURSES PART 04 Labels: MNEMONICS | 0 comments SIGNS OF CANCER Change in bowel /bladder habits A sore that doesn¶t heal Unusual bleeding/ Discharge . February 15.

February 14."BOOMAR" Bed rest Oxygen Opiate .Thickening of lump ± breast or elsewhere Indigestion/ Dysphagia Obvious change in wart/ mole Nagging cough/ hoarseness Unexplained anemia Sudden weight loss FOCUS OF PATIENT CARE IN CLIENTS WITH CANCER Chemotherapy Assess body image disturbance (related to alopecia) Nutritional needs when N/V present Comfort from pain Effective response to Tx? (Evaluate) Rest (for patient and family) Posted by Admin at Wednesday. 2007 |Share This Article| Feb 13 MNEMONICS FOR NURSES PART 03 Labels: MNEMONICS | 0 comments Basic MI management .

breathe no more" The 3rd."FEEDPIPE CARDSHARP" Flexion ."A Permanently Temperamental Man" Aortic Pulmonary Tricuspid Mitral "Cut C4. Types of Joint movements . 4th and 5th cervical spinal nerves innervate the diaphragm.Monitoring Anticoagulation Reduce clot size To Remember Immunoglobulins ."GAMED" IgG IgA IgM IgE IgD Location of the heart valve from right to left .

Extension Eversion Dorsiflexion Pronation Inversion Plantarflexion Elevation Circumduction Abduction Rotation Depression Supination Hyperextension Adduction Retraction Protraction Cranial Nerves ."Oh Ohh Ohhh To Try And Fit A Gold Velvet So Heavenly" Olfactory CN I Optic CN II Occulomotor CN III .

Layers of the scalp ."SCALP" Skin Connective tissue Aponeurosis Loose areolar tissue Pericranium Carpal bones of the hand (lateral to medial) . Try To Chase Her" Proximal row: ."She Looks Too Proud.Trochlear CN IV Trigeminal CN V Abducens CN VI Facial CN VII Auditory CN VIII Glasopharyngeal CN IX Vagus CN X Spinal/Accessory CN XI Hypoglossal CN XII "Point and Shoot!" For remembering that Parasympathetics are involved with erection and Sympathetics with ejaculation.

"Can I Actually See Some Filipina Mothers" Citrate ."ACNE CAR" Adeno virus Corana virus Norwak virus Entero virus Calci virus Astro virus Rota virus The Krebs cycle .Scaphoid Lunate Triquetrum Pisiform Distal row: Trapezium Trapezoid Capitate Hamate Viruses causing diarrhea .

most prevalent to least . Men Are Talented" Interphase Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase Order of prevalence of White Blood Cells."Never Let Monkeys Eat Bananas" Neutrophils Lymphocytes Monocytes Eosinophils Basophils ."In Philippines.Isocitrate alpha Ketoglutarate Succinyl CoA Succinate Fumarate Malate Oxaloacetate Stages of mitosis/meiosis including interphase as a phase .

"RED LIP" Rheumatoid arthritis Extra intestinal amoebiasis Discoid lupus erythematosus Lepra reaction Infectious mononucleosis Photogenic reactions Bronchodilators ."PVT. TIM HALL" Phenylalanine Valine Tryptophan Threonine Isoleucine Metheonine Histidine(semi-essential) Arginine(semi-essential) Leucine Lysine Uses of Chloroquine (other than malaria) .10 essential amino acids ."TO A SIS" .

"AMPLE" Allergies ."Please Read His Text" Peripheral edema Raised JVP Hepatomegaly Tricuspid incompetence Portal hypertension features .Terbutaline Orciprenaline Adrenaline Salbutamol Isoprenaline Salmeterol Signs of cor pulmonale ."ABCDE" Ascites Bleeding (hematemesis. piles) Caput medusae Diminished liver Enlarged spleen Key questions needed in an emergency history taking situation .

"SLUD" Salivation ."Laging Panalo Kung Taga Bulacan" Lung Prostat Kidney Thyroid Breast Six "S" in Scarlet Fever Streptococci causal organism Sorethroat Swollen tonsils Strawberry tongue Sandpaper rash miliarySudamina vesicles over hands. feet.Medication Past medical history Last meal Events and environment related to injury Malignancies that metastisize to bone . abdomen Signs of anti-cholinergic crisis .

"3M's" Myelofibrosis Malaria Myelogenous leukemia Cardinal Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease ."Very Sick Patients Must Take Double Exercise" 1st dayScarlet fever 2nd dayPox(smallpox) 3rd dayMumps 4th dayTyphus 5th dayDengue 6th dayEnteric fever(typhoid) ."TRAP" Tremor Rigidity Akinesia and bradykinesia Postural Instability Days of appearance of rashesVaricella(chickenpox) .Lacrimation Urination Defecation Causes of huge spleen .

TACHYCARDIA IRRITABILITY RESTLESSNESS EXTREME . February 13.Posted by Admin at Tuesday. 2007 |Share This Article| Feb 12 MNEMONICS FOR NURSES PART 02 Labels: MNEMONICS | 0 comments SHOCK ± HYPOTACHYTACHY HYPOTENSION TACHYPNEA TACHYCARDIA INCREASE ICP ± HYPERBRADYBRADY CUSHINGS TRIAD: HYPERTENSION (WIDE PULSE PRESSURE) BRADYCARDIA BRADYPNEA HYPOGLYCEMIA TREMORS.

DIAPHORESIS EARLY SIGNS OF HYPOXIA RESTLESSNESS AGITATION TACHYCARDIA LATE SIGNS OF HYPOXIA BRADYCARDIA EXTREME RESTLESSNESS DYSPNEA CYANOSIS CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE DIGOXIN MORPHINE AMINOPHYLLINE DOPAMINE DIURETICS .

O2 GASSES ± MONITOR (ABG) MG SO4 TOXICITY BP DECREASE URINE OUTPUT DECREASE RESPIRATORY RATE DECREASE PATELLAR REFLEX ABSENT SICKLE CELL DISEASE HYDRATION OXYGENATION PAIN INFECTION AVOID HIGH PLACES PREGNANCY INDUCED HYPERTENSION HEMOLYSIS .

ELEVATED LIVER ENZYMES LOW PLATELETS GI SYMPTOMS AND TOXICITY TO DIGOXIN VOMITTING ANOREXIA NAUSEA DIARRHEA ABDOMINAL PAIN FRACTURE PRESSURE REST ICE COMPRESSION ELEVATION .

RELIEF .TETRALOGY OF FALLOT DISPLACED AORTA RIGHT VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHY OPENING INTO THE SEPTUM (VSD) PULMONARY STENOSIS HYPOKALEMIA SKELETAL MUSCLE WEAKNESS U-WAVE ON ECG CONSTIPATION TOXICITY TO DIGOXIN IRREGULAR WEAK PULSE OTOSTASIS NUMBNESS PARESTHESIA PAIN ASSESSMENT PROVOCATION QUALITY RADIATION.

SEVERITY TIME NEUROVASCULAR CHECK PAIN PULSELESSNESS PARESTHESIA PARALYSIS PALLOR VIRCHOW¶S TRIAD IN DVT VENUS STASIS DAMAGE TO VESSELS HYPERCOAGUABILITY ABDOMINAL AORTIC ANEURISM (4A) ASSYMPTOMATIC ABDOMINAL MASS ABDOMINAL PULSE .

ALL THE REST : CN3 RADIATION TX VIA: .ACHES LOW BACK ANTI TB DRUGS AND SIDE EFFECTS RIFAMPICIN ± RED-ORANGE URINE ISONIAZID ± PERIPHERAL NEURITIS PYRAZINAMIDE ± INCREASE URIC ACID ETHAMBUTOL ± EYE PROBLEMS STREPTOMYCIN ± OTOTOXIC Posted by Admin at Monday. 2007 |Share This Article| Feb 11 MNEMONICS FOR NURSES PART 01 Labels: MNEMONICS | 0 comments USE STRAW BECAUSE THESE DRUGS STAIN THE TEETH L- LUGOL'S SOLUTION I- IRON N .SUPERIOR OBLIQUE : CN4 ALL3 . February 12.LATERAL RECTUS : CN6 SO4 .NITROFURANTOIN T- TETRACYCLINE LR6 .

MUSTARD ESTROGEN NITROGEN STEROIDS ANTIBIOTICS DILUTE DECREASE OSMOLALITY .

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