Study tables were the key to my success in nursing school. After one failed test, I started making tables and aced nearly every test until I graduated. I highly recommend making your own tables, and I walk you through it if you click here. But if you’re in a jam and can’t make your own for that test coming up soon, I have them available for you to download for a couple bucks each.
Once you purchase the tables via PayPal (you don’t need to have a PayPal account), save them to your computer and make them your own. Highlight. Underline. Write extra notes. Draw pictures. Easy peasy.
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Includes a comparison of the three stages of shock, the five different kinds of shock, and the three main complications of shock (MODS, ARDS, DIC).
Includes explanation on how respiratory medications work and a comparison of five different classes of respiratory medications.
Discusses effects of smoking and aging on the lungs, compares four common lung conditions, and compares the four main complications of COPD.
Compares the three main classes of diuretics and discusses hematopoietic growth factors and alternative renal therapies.
Discusses functions of the different parts of the urinary system and the hormonal action of the kidneys, compares 8 different kidney conditions (includes acute and chronic kidney failure), and includes…
Discusses absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion of medications, and it includes definitions of common pharmacology terms.
Includes structural explanation of the neurological system, manifestations of neurological dysfunction, comparison of 15 different neurological conditions, and information on tPA administration criteria.
Discusses myocardial ischemia, angina, nitroglycerin, risk factors for coronary artery disease, and an in depth explanation of myocardial infarction.