페이지 정보

작성자다이아 조회 58회 작성일 2021-01-18 07:38:59 댓글 0


What I wish I knew before taking the NCLEX-RN | exam changes, UWORLD, etc.

Hi friends! In today's video, I'll be sharing with you what i wish i knew before taking the NCLEX! The NCLEX can be really intimidating and with this pandemic, it's constantly changing. To understand what to do before taking the nclex, we have to really take a look at how to take it. The most recent exam changes were made this past October 1st and I'll be reiterating some important ones.

To be fully transparent, it took me a few more than 75 questions to pass my nclex. I passed in roughly 108 questions! Wherever you're at with you're studying, it is possible for you to pass. You just need to proper study guide to get there. If you found this video useful please don’t forget to like the video and subscribe. It really helps me out. If you got this far, thanks for reading! I appreciate you!

✨Affiliate Links + Freebies

Hydro Jug

My Free Trusted Nurse Brain/Report Sheet

Other Videos

Night Shift Nurse Tries Different Types of Caffeine for Three Shifts

How much is UCLA nursing school? Paying off student loans

How Much Nurses Make in California: Things for New Grads to Consider

Talking to Doctors as a New Grad or Student Nurse

✨ Come Say Hi!

Instagram – @triciaysabelle

Blog –

Pinterest –

Music by Clueless Kit - outset -
Music by Clueless Kit - stand under my umbrella -

Lab Values Nursing NCLEX Review for Nurses and Nursing Students

Lab values nursing nclex-rn, nclex-pn, and ATI review: This video explains the lab values nurses need to know for the NCLEX exam. You'll need to know these as a nursing student and as a nurse.

Normal lab values are a big thing you'll want to learn as you prep for your NCLEX exam. You can expect to encounter questions asking about these labs.

As a student prepping for NCLEX, you will want to know about the normal lab values of a CBC (complete blood count), BMP/CMP (basic or comprehensive metabolic panel), lipid panel, coagulation levels, arterial blood gases, and drug levels.

The complete blood count details the cells found in the blood: red blood cells (RBCs), white blood cells (WBCs), platelets, hemoglobin, and hematocrit level.

The metabolic panel details the fluid and electrolyte status of the patient, glucose level, renal, and liver function.

The lipid panel details the patient's risk for cardiovascular disease (LDL, HDL, total cholesterol, and triglycerides.

The arterial blood gas levels detail the patient's acid-base imbalance and if a respiratory or metabolic problem exists (blood pH, pCO2, HCO3, pO2, O2 saturation).

The hemoglobin A1C level is helpful in determining the patient's blood glucose level over the last 3 months.

Coagulation levels are important to determine clotting times, especially in a patient who is taking anticoagulants like Heparin or Warfarin.

Drugs level labs detail the amount of drug in the patient's system and is crucial in helping determine if a drug is toxic or therapeutic in a patient. Examples of drug levels would be: Digoxin, Dilantin, Lithium, Carbamazepine etc.

More NCLEX Reviews:

Nursing Gear:

#labvaluesmadeeasy #labsnursing #labsnclex

More Videos:\u0026list=UUPyMN8DzkFl2__xnTEiGZ1w

Popular Playlists:

NCLEX Reviews:
Fluid \u0026 Electrolytes:
Nursing Skills:

30-Day NCLEX Review Live Challenge: Day 14

Have you studied for NCLEX today? Today is Day #14 of the 30-day NCLEX Challenge! \r
Start training now at by using this weeks code: INVEST




등록된 댓글이 없습니다.

전체 2,083건 8 페이지
게시물 검색
Copyright © All rights reserved.  Contact :