A podcast designed for nursing students or any individual who would like to expand their knowledge and create a solid understanding of medical disease processes and pharmacology
In this podcast, I discuss hypovolemic shock, its causes, signs and symptoms, classes 1-4 of hypovolemic shock, treatment and nursing interventions. Let's Review!
On todays podcast, I continue the topic of shock with a discussion on neurogenic shock including the pathophysiology, causes, signs and symptoms, treatments and nursing interventions. Let's Review!
In todays episode, I start a new series of podcasts related to shock. I discuss anaphylactic shock, signs and symptoms, nursing interventions and treatment. let's Review!
This podcast summarizes what a CAUTI is, how they can be prevented, and indications for appropriate use of foley catheter. Let's Review!
In this podcast, I review what the laboratory test aPTT is used for, what results mean, normal ranges, and why it is utilized for heparin therapy. Let's review!
In todays podcast, I review the laboratory blood tests PT and INR. I talk about the use of this blood draw, what it can indicate for the patient, and what it means to you as the nurse. Let's Review!
In todays podcast, I review the basics of urine testing, what disease processes they can identify, and what each test can actually look for in the urine. Let's Review!
In todays podcast, I review signs and symptoms of UTIs, how they are diagnosed, and the ever important nursing interventions! Let's Review!
In todays podcast, I introduce urinary tract infections (UTI) and review the most common risk factors for development of frequent UTIs. Let's Review!
Todays podcast is wrapping up our latest discussion on Kidney Stones. We talk about signs and symptoms, treatment, nursing interventions and preventative education for patients. Let's Review!
In todays podcast, I review how kidney stones are formed, and what places a patient at greater risk for developing kidney stones. Let's Review!
This podcast discusses the different types of kidney stones that can be formed from different types of crystalized insoluble minerals. This serves as a brief introduction to kidney stones, and next week we will dive into pathophysiology, treatment, nursing interventions and preventative education. Let's Review!
In todays episode, I discuss the pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, treatment and nursing interventions for post streptococcal glomerulonephritis. Let's Review!
In todays podcast, I review the phases of acute kidney injury. I also explore 4 NCLEX styled questions that relate to the phases of acute kidney injury, and explain how answer choices can be eliminated and the question can be worked through. Let's Review!
In this podcast, I review the causes, signs and symptoms, treatment, and nursing interventions for nephrotic syndrome. Let's Review!
This episode dives into the causes of postrenal obstruction and how that can lead to acute kidney injury. Let's Review!
Todays podcast reviews the causes of intrarenal acute kidney injury. There are so many factors that can affect your kidney function. Let's Review!
Today's podcast reviews cardiorenal syndrome and how interconnect the heart and kidneys really are. Cardiorenal syndrome is a broad term for describing the relationship of how acute or chronic dysfunction of one organ can cause acute or chronic dysfunction in the other. Let's Review!
In todays episode, I explore the causes of prerenal acute kidney injury, signs and symptoms, and prevention methods. Let's Review!
In todays podcast, I recap the pathophysiology of heart failure both systolic and diastolic heart failure. I also highlight the importance of a good physical assessment and the pathophysiology of those findings in an acute exacerbation of heart failure. Let's Review!
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