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Welcome Nursing Students!
If you just graduated nursing school and have no idea where to begin with studying for the NCLEX, YOU ARE IN THE RIGHT PLACE! I felt the same way and I want to help relieve some of your stress and anxiety with going over the big topics that you should know.

!!!!NOTE: The ABG question in this video was unclear. I apologize for any inconvenience. I do have a FREE ABG guide with practice questions on my website: that are more clear cut! I really hope you pass the NCLEX! Good luck everyone!

This video includes:
-Med Admin
-Safety Precautions
-Chest Tubes, Trachs
-Lab Values
And more!!! Enjoy!

I did my best to condense all the most important information that I think you should know for your NCLEX into a 1 hr video! Some information and values may differ nationally so please be kind! I hope this helps you!



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Good luck everyone!
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Note: I really am so touched and am so grateful that this video has helped so many of you! I am just so proud and wish all of you the absolute best in the future! XO

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Koko Alaska : Listened to this before my test and passed at 75 questions.
1. Read the questions at least twice
2. Trust your gut
3. Don’t change your answers
Christina Greenwood : I scheduled my NCLEX for 2 days out and started a cram session. I searched YouTube and found you. This video helped me so much! Your tips on labs and EKG came right to my mind when I came to those questions. I got my quick results today and passed. You are doing the Lord’s work! Thank you!!!!!
Blliissy : Ahh! Just wanted to say thank you for the review. Listened to this along with Mark Klimek as well as UWorld to study for the Nclex. Just got my quick results today and passed with 145 questions . I loved the tiktoks and having the information written to the side was extremely helpful so thank you sooooo much <3
Angela Jesse : Passing the NCLEX test is when you study hard, if you can’t study or you don’t have time for your studies I’d advise you get yourself a help like Mr James William

Lab Values Nursing NCLEX Review for Nurses and Nursing Students

Lab values nursing nclex-rn, nclex-pn, and ATI review: This video explains the lab values nurses need to know for the NCLEX exam. You'll need to know these as a nursing student and as a nurse.

Normal lab values are a big thing you'll want to learn as you prep for your NCLEX exam. You can expect to encounter questions asking about these labs.

As a student prepping for NCLEX, you will want to know about the normal lab values of a CBC (complete blood count), BMP/CMP (basic or comprehensive metabolic panel), lipid panel, coagulation levels, arterial blood gases, and drug levels.

The complete blood count details the cells found in the blood: red blood cells (RBCs), white blood cells (WBCs), platelets, hemoglobin, and hematocrit level.

The metabolic panel details the fluid and electrolyte status of the patient, glucose level, renal, and liver function.

The lipid panel details the patient's risk for cardiovascular disease (LDL, HDL, total cholesterol, and triglycerides.

The arterial blood gas levels detail the patient's acid-base imbalance and if a respiratory or metabolic problem exists (blood pH, pCO2, HCO3, pO2, O2 saturation).

The hemoglobin A1C level is helpful in determining the patient's blood glucose level over the last 3 months.

Coagulation levels are important to determine clotting times, especially in a patient who is taking anticoagulants like Heparin or Warfarin.

Drugs level labs detail the amount of drug in the patient's system and is crucial in helping determine if a drug is toxic or therapeutic in a patient. Examples of drug levels would be: Digoxin, Dilantin, Lithium, Carbamazepine etc.

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RegisteredNurseRN : Hey Everyone! Thank you so much for watching! Don’t forget:
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Meghan Raskin : Hi Sarah!
Just passed my NCLEX on 2/1/2020! Your videos helped me so much especially in the beginning when everything is so foreign, you explain it in ways that is easy for everyone to understand. You are such a blessing to the nursing community, congrats on your pregnancy!
Elizabeth Reynolds : You have helped me so much with your videos! I graduate on 5-11-19 with my BSN at 36 years old!! WooHoo. Thank You!!
NC P : Can you please do a video on what it means when labs are too low or too high
Aseel Mohammed : I just passed my NCLEX! thank you so much. your videos helped me the most. I was like the first thing I will do after passing the NCLEX is thanking you! Keep doing what you are doing. you are awsome!

NCLEX-RN Practice Test 2020 (50 Questions with Explained Answers)

►Pass your NCLEX Exam on Your First Try -
►NCLEX-RN Practice Test -

Welcome to the NCLEX-RN Practice Exam that will have 50 questions with Answers. You will take the NCLEX-RN to obtain your registered nursing license, which is also known as the RN License.

The content of the NCLEX-RN Test consists of four major sections, each of which test your knowledge, skills and abilities to meet these client needs.
Management of Care
Safety and Infection Control
Health Promotion and Maintenance
Psychosocial Integrity
Basic Care and Comfort
Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies
Reduction of Risk Potential
Physiological Adaptation

In addition to the above categories, the questions will also contain ongoing essential themes and skills such as clinical problem solving using the nursing process, communication, caring/compassion, teaching/learning and documentation.
Maria Desantiago : Passing the NCLEX test is when you study hard, if you can’t study or you don’t have time for your studies I’d advise you get yourself a help like Mr James William
Qwin Mories : Nclex exam won't be a problem if you work with someone like Mr James....she's God sent, she saved me form talking the test for the 6th time
sophie sophie : q18 - i think it should be 2-4 hours, because you are asking for the PEAK. DURATION can be up to 24 hours, but since you asking for PEAK i think it's 2-4hours. Correct me if i'm wrong.
Tyler Steph : Are you feeling frustrated because of you NCLEX test? Bother not. I felt same until I met someone who helped to pass my NCLEX RN on the 3rd attempt. You will pass and you must pass your NCLEX test.
lindsey raymond : On test question 42, the explanation of the answer states “ 700-120 mg/dL” if someone isn’t reading along and is only listening to the audio, that’s completely wrong. Make sure you’re giving correct answers especially to future nurses. It’s supposed to be “70 mg/dL” not 700!




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