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HELLP syndrome is a rare but serious pregnancy complication. Learn what you need to know about symptoms and treatment of HELLP syndrome in this infographic.
Sepsis is one of the leading diagnoses in critical care. Many clients will be admitted for the acute concern of sepsis while others may develop sepsis secondary to their other critical condition(s). Learn more about how to manage sepsis as a critical care nurse in this infographic.
Electrolytes are electrically charged essential minerals within the body that work to maintain the body’s homeostasis. Check out this infographic for a quick reference of what normal electrolyte values should be!
Understanding cardiac rhythms helps critical care nurses gain insight into their clients’ conditions. Critical care nurses must be well-versed in which cardiac rhythms are normal, abnormal, and dangerous. Learn more about critical cardiac rhythms and heart blocks in this infographic.
Electrolytes are mediators of hydration, pH balance, nutrient usage, and nerve and muscular functioning, so when they are out of balance it can be a big deal. Learn about normal electrolyte values, imbalances, symptoms, lab tests, and treatments in this infographic.
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As a nurse, you need to be familiar with the different types of ventilation support your patient may require. Check out this infographic to learn about the different types and modes of ventilation, as well as settings and alternatives.