These are great! Left the blog info, not taking credit for these, but sure wish I had thought of doing this. StagesStages Of Labor #OB #Nursing ( I am pinning these from my blog lulabelleismyshihtzu.tumblr.com )
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Fetal heart monitor interpretation. ....nursing So imagine having a frame like this for when the character is about to die or enter a heart attack, etc., for the comic. It'd be a great use of incorporating semiotics, as well as breaking the social norm of comic strip formats!
Lochia saturation levels: This is essential to monitor during the initial post-partum period.
I'm 5 months pregnant right now, and STILL have no fucking idea what any of this means. Baby Mahar is somewhere in between my bladder and my last nerve.
Cupcake RN, tr-i-life: another great mnemonic for OB is VEAL...
Newborn vital signs: Pulse, respirations, blood pressure, and temperature (axillary, tympanic, and other routes)
50 Nursing Mnemonics and Acronyms (Nursing Assessment): http://www.nursebuff.com/nursing-assessment-mnemonics/
OB - Managing Severe Preeclampsia. NCLEX example: The nurse cares for an 8-lb, 8-oz newborn. The infant’s history indicates the mother was given magnesium sulfate IV 4 g in 250 mL D5W several hours before delivery. The nurse is MOST concerned if which of the following was observed? A: RR of 18. Rationale: Magnesium Sulfate can cause slowing of respirations and hyporeflexia of newborn. Normal newborn RR 30-60/min.
Uterine relaxants - nursing mnemonics. See more: http://www.nursebuff.com/nursing-mnemonics-obstetrics-and-newborn-care/
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