Nursing Mnemonics That You Should Remember
One of the easiest ways to remember a lot of the nursing topics and concepts while studying is to use a lot of Nursing Mnemonics…
What Are Nursing Mnemonics?
Mnemonics came from the Greek language meaning “memory aids”. And it’s actually one of the ways that helped me with my nursing studies and nursing exams. It’s fun and easier to remember. It also helps create “mental pictures” on your mind when memorizing. In this article, I’ve included the most common Nursing Mnemonics for studying. If you have other mnemonics that you’d like to share, please leave them in the comments below.
ABC’s of Oxygenation
Tissue Paper My Assets – an easy way to remember blood flow through cardiac valves
Mona – the immediate management for Myocardial Infarction
Morphine – for pain
Oxygen – for oxygenation
Nitroglycerine – for vasodilation of cardiac blood vessels
Aspirin – for thinning of blood flow
Unload Fast – Treating Congestive Heart Failure
Test (Blood levels, ABG – Arterial Blood Gases)
FIT – Exercise guide to Diabetic Fitness
Frequency – 3X to 4X per week
Intensity – 60-80% of minimal heart rate
Time – Aerobic Activity (20-30 mins) with 5-15 mins warm up
Do you have other nursing mnemonics that I haven’t mentioned here? If you do, please leave them in the comments below.