Do you need to know appropriate doses when taking the NCLEX nursing exam? You’ll be happy to hear that the NCLEX lady doesn’t ask about actual doses! You still need to know the correct dose though! In the clinical setting look up the correct dose before giving it. As time goes on, you’ll get used […]
Here is a list of medications and their antidotes that would be more commonly seen on the NCLEX.
Current for 2019 Betablockers/BP and HR med: (end in -LOL) Calcium channel blockers/BP and HR med: (end in -DIPINE) 2 random CCBs are diltiazem and verapamil Cardiac glycoside/HR med: digoxin Anti-depressants: (SSRIs, like fluoxeTINE) Anti-anxiety: (end in -LAM or -PAM, like clonazePAM) Anti-anginals (have the word NITRATE or NITRO in it) Insulins: (all of them: […]
These are the top 8 common drug-drug interactions every student taking the NCLEX should know.