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What is Med Surg? (and What Medical-Surgical Nurses Do)

Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment? Is it your goal to treat different types of clients? Then, you might love medical-surgical nursing. A medical-surgical nurse (also known as a med-surg RN) often fills a variety of critical roles in client care. It’s a chance to gain valuable experience in…
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What Is Perioperative Nursing? A Career Guide

Perioperative nursing is an exciting and rewarding career path taken by some registered nurses. Perioperative nurses — also known as operating room nurses — fulfill surgical nursing roles before, during, and after surgical procedures. They work closely with patients and a team of health care professionals as they perform a…
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NCLEX® Review for Shock

Introduction to Shock In medical terms, “shock” is a life-threatening condition where blood is being pumped throughout the body at an insufficient level, starving the body of oxygen and nutrients. Shock is actually a result of the body attempting to protect itself from harmful stimuli, such as injury. During this…
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NCLEX® Practice: Client Education on Antidepressants

One of the biggest lectures in psychiatric nursing is antidepressants. Here, we’ll be focusing on the specific client education for every type of antidepressant which is most likely to come out in one of your nursing exams. An Essential Pointer A major necessity when taking care of clients with depression…
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Essential NCLEX® Practice Questions for Intracranial Pressure (ICP)

In this lecture, we’ll be focusing on the five test questions about intracranial pressure (ICP) that are usually asked on major nursing tests and the NCLEX®. Let’s begin. Question #1 Your client has a change in his or her Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS), when do you tell the doctor about…
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Respiratory NCLEX Questions & Test Review

One of the best ways to critically evaluate respiratory ailments is practicing with respiratory NCLEX questions. So, here’s an intensive NCLEX practice test review where we will discuss the signs and symptoms, diagnostic tests, and nursing management involving the three main respiratory system conditions – lung cancer, tuberculosis (TB), and…
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Essential NCLEX® Practice Question for Myasthenia Gravis

Question: A nurse is caring for a client newly diagnosed with myasthenia gravis; understand that teaching has been effective when the client states _______. Let the question above sink in as we move forward on our discussion about myasthenia gravis (MG) because later, we’ll be revealing the answers and thoroughly…
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