Nursing Notes: Blood Groups & Rh Compatibility The ABO Blood Group System There are four major blood groups determined by the presence or absence of two antigens – A and B – on the surface of red blood cells: Group A – has only the A antigen on red cells (and B antibody in the …

Nursing Notes: Blood Groups & Rh Compatibility

Nursing Notes: Blood Groups & Rh Compatibility The ABO Blood Group System There are four major blood groups determined by the presence or absence of two antigens – A and B – on the surface of red blood cells: Group A – has only the A antigen on red cells (and B antibody in the …

when you’re reading a patients medical history, doctors progress notes, nursing notes, nursing exams, nclex, etc.

when you’re reading a patients medical history, doctors progress notes, nursing notes, nursing exams, nclex, etc.

Phases of wound healing: hemostasis,Inflammatory phase,proliferation phase and maturation phase #nursing #notes #wound

Phases of wound healing: hemostasis,Inflammatory phase,proliferation phase and maturation phase #nursing #notes #wound

I have to hand it to Nurse Lab ~ they are awesome in the resource department! !   IV solutions

I have to hand it to Nurse Lab ~ they are awesome in the resource department! ! IV solutions

**Reblog** Cardiac-Heart Failure notes. For those studying cardiac. bloopz:  Here is an upload of my personal notes of signs and symptoms of Heart Failure (left and right-sided).

**Reblog** Cardiac-Heart Failure notes. For those studying cardiac. bloopz: Here is an upload of my personal notes of signs and symptoms of Heart Failure (left and right-sided).

Why are our kidneys important?  For starters, kidneys literally never take a day off. Ever.  Their role is to keep your blood clean, filtering over 50 gallons of blood through 140 miles of kidney tubes every single day. Each hour, your body’s total blood supply circulates through your kidneys about 12 times. 99% of the blood is reabsorbed and redistributed while only 0.1% is filtered into urine.

Why are our kidneys important? For starters, kidneys literally never take a day off. Ever. Their role is to keep your blood clean, filtering over 50 gallons of blood through 140 miles of kidney tubes every single day. Each hour, your body’s total blood supply circulates through your kidneys about 12 times. 99% of the blood is reabsorbed and redistributed while only 0.1% is filtered into urine.

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