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NP Clinical Tips

February 28, 2021

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The first day of NP clinicals can be scary and nerve-wracking. If you properly prepare you can eliminate some of the unease you might have on your first day. This video goes over some NP clinical tips and tricks I used during school to help me in my clinical rotations. Remember to subscribe to our YouTube […]

Lung sounds, or breath sounds – the sounds generated by movement or air through the respiratory system, can be classified as either normal or abnormal (adventitious). As a Nurse Practitioner, you’ll be exposed to many lung sounds. It’s important to know how to differentiate between the sounds and know what they may indicate during a […]

NP School

September 12, 2020

Lung Sounds

The mnemonic “DIAPPERS” can be helpful in remembering the categories of “transient” urinary incontinence. Delirium– When delirium is present, it impedes the recognition of both the need to void and the location of the nearest toilet. Incontinence is common among hospitalized patients with delirium; once it clears, incontinence usually resolves. Infection– Symptomatic urinary tract infections […]

NP School, Nursing

August 27, 2020

Mnemonic for Transient Urinary Incontinence

Coronary Artery Disease

August 20, 2020

NP School, Nursing

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a spasm or occlusion of the coronary arteries and is often the result of atherosclerotic lesions that limit the flow of blood to the heart. There are many risk factors that contribute to the development of CAD including advanced age, diabetes, male gender (under 60 years of age), hypertension, dyslipidemia, […]

Hi, ReNursing Edu readers! Nurse practitioner students are still in need of clinical resources to get through school and their first years in clinical practice, so in addition to the board review questions that are posted on our FB group, we’ll be adding weekly clinical pearls blog posts. Topics will vary including, but not limited […]

NP School, Nursing

August 20, 2020

NP Clinical Tips!

Hey All! I hope all is well in the world with everyone. I know times are tough for nurse practitioners during the pandemic considering some have been furloughed or laid-off completely from their jobs. It’s even harder to be a new nurse practitioner during this time. The pandemic is still roaring, but there is hope […]

NP School, Nursing

July 8, 2020

New NP Starter Package