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This is a 60-item examination about the concepts of Cardiovascular Nursing which includes Myocardial Infarction, Heart Failure, and Aortic Aneurysm. The challenging questions in this exam can help you in your board exam or NCLEX.
Are you confident enough to pass the NCLEX? Answer this quiz about Pediatric medications and Administration to see how you score!
This 15-item questionnaire will test your knowledge about maternity and newborn medications. If you are preparing for the NCLEX then these questions can help.
If you’re a new nurse, you may probably find humor and learning in these five common errors we all tend to commit as newbies.
These practical medication safety tips will save your butt.
It is the goal of these nursing mnemonics to provide an easy quick-guide to simplify the concepts of pharmacology.
Here's a cheat sheet table of the common generic name drug stems and affixes that you can download and print.
Now let's test your knowledge about drugs associated with respiratory and gastrointestinal medical therapies. In this 20-item set for the NCLEX, we'll cover topics like Antihistamines, Bronchodilators, Antiemetics, Laxatives, and Antidiarrheal Agents.
This 20-item exam covers the principles of pharmacology and the nurse's role in drug administration. Test your knowledge with this NCLEX practice quiz!
There are many ways to prevent medication errors and one way of which is understanding the 10 "rights" of drug administration: