Fundamentals of Nursing
Study guides and notes for fundamentals of nursing for nursing students!
Laissez-Faire Leadership | Picmonic
Easily recall Laissez-Faire Leadership, or Lazy-ferret Passively Leading, with this memorable Picmonic character! Laissez-faire leadership exemplifies a passive or inactive style of approach. Decisions and actions are left to the group, and the leader provides very little guidance or support. Learn more about Laissez-Faire Leadership with this Picmonic!
QOTD | Picmonic
Select all that apply: 1. BP: 131/84mmHg 2. 1+ Proteinuria 3. Polyuria 4. Elevated Platelets 5. Elevated Liver Enzymes 6. Decreased WBC Answer: 2 & 5. Preeclampsia is a systemic disease characterized by elevated blood pressure of greater than 140/90mmHg accompanied with 1+ or 2+ proteinuria, usually after the 20th week of gestation. Elevated blood pressure of 160/110mmHg and a dipstick reading of 3+ or greater proteinuria indicates severe preeclampsia.
Learn Brachial Plexus [Picmonic]
The brachial plexus is a beast when it comes to memorizing all the important facts, delineations, segmentation, etc. If you’re studying anatomy and the brachial plexus keeps you up at night, rest easy — there’s a Picmonic for that! And, in this case check out this series of five Picmonics!
NCLEX® Questions: Everything You Need to Know in 2021 | Picmonic
The NCLEX® (National Council Licensure Examination) is going to be different from any exam you have taken thus far. We’ll dive in on the top questions nursing students have about the NCLEX® so you can be prepared for what is to come in this blog. Check it out!
How to Ace Pharmacology in 2021 & Tips From Students Like You
Pharmacology is hard, plain and simple. The facts you learn in pharmacology will be required for exams, clinicals, and most importantly, for your patients when you’re a practicing clinician. Check out these tips that will help you to remember all of the crucial facts for your specific program and years to come!
Behavioral & Psychiatry Mood Disorders | Picmonic
In behavioral & psychiatry specialties, knowing how to properly assess patients is critical. Mood disorders require precise and extensive understanding since assessments within mental health can often be very similar. When you need help remembering the specifics check out the Picmonics in this blog!
Abdomen Assessment | Picmonic
Picmonic of the Week Alert! 🎉 Watch our newly released Abdomen Assessment Picmonic. Start the abdominal assessment by mentally dividing the abdomen into four quadrants and placing the organs in each quadrant in your imagination. Observe the abdomen for contour and symmetry, checking for bumps, bulges, masses, lesions and scars. To learn more, check out the full Picmonic here!