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Intravenous (IV) Fluids and Solutions Quick Reference Guide Cheat Sheet

Intravenous Solutions are used in fluid replacement therapy by changing the composition of the serum by adding fluids and electrolytes. Listed below is a table which may serve as your quick reference guide on the different intravenous solutions.

Nursing Health Assessment Mnemonics & Tips

Rapid Trauma Assessment: “DCAP-BTLS” DCAP-BTLS is a mnemonic to remember specific soft tissue injuries to look for during assessment of a person after a traumatic injury. More nursing mnemonics at: http://nurseslabs.com/nursing-health-assessment-mnemonics-tips/

Nursing Health Assessment Mnemonics & Tips

Health History Assessment: “SAMPLE” In general, do not obtain a detailed history until life-threatening injuries have been identified and therapy has been initiated. The secondary survey is essentially a head-to-toe assessment of progress, vital signs, etc. More nursing mnemonics at: http://nurseslabs.com/nursing-health-assessment-mnemonics-tips/

Nursing Health Assessment Mnemonics & Tips

Alcoholism Screening: “CAGE” CAGE questionnaire is a widely used and an extensively validated method of screening for alcoholism. Nursing Health Assessment Mnemonics & Tips: http://nurseslabs.com/nursing-health-assessment-mnemonics-tips/

Nursing Health Assessment Mnemonics & Tips

Emergency Trauma Assessment: “ABCDEFGHI” The ABCDEFGHI mnemonic is used for a quick assessment of trauma patients. This is especially useful for emergency cases. Nursing Health Assessment Mnemonics & Tips: http://nurseslabs.com/nursing-health-assessment-mnemonics-tips/

Nursing Health Assessment Mnemonics & Tips

Family History Assessment: “BALD CHASM” Family history plays a critical role in assessing the risk of inherited medical conditions, chronic illnesses and genetically transmitted diseases. Nursing Health Assessment Mnemonics & Tips: http://nurseslabs.com/nursing-health-assessment-mnemonics-tips/

Nursing Health Assessment Mnemonics & Tips

Signs VS Symptoms Signs are commonly distinguished from symptoms and both are something abnormal and relevant to a potential medical condition. A sign is objective and is discovered by the health-care professional during an examination whereas a symptom is subjective, observed and experienced by the patient, and cannot be measured directly. Nursing Health Assessment Mnemonics & Tips: http://nurseslabs.com/nursing-health-assessment-mnemonics-tips/