Just tweeted some nclex RN books I still have available that I am selling at low prices. All books have no writing and have their CDs. Like new conditions. Let me know if you’re interested in any of them or have any questions. Message me on here or on twitter.
You can see the photos of the books on my twitter.
Sorry I’ve been inactive lately on tumblr.
I have some posts I’ll be posting on here for you guys.
I always check my tumblr though.
I’m on twitter and Instagram more often than tumblr.
Hope everyone is doing well! Good luck in school and study hard! Congrats to those who passed their NCLEX and are now RN’s/LPN’s!
(I’m posting this in general med-surg and pediatrics. I remember for studying the nclex, had to know the risk factors of ear infections in children.)
An ear infection (acute otitis media) is most often a bacterial or viral infection that affects the middle ear, the air-filled space behind the eardrum that contains the tiny vibrating bones of the ear. Children are more likely than adults to get ear infections.
Age. Children between the ages of 6 months and 2 years are more susceptible to ear infections because of the size and shape of the eustachian tubes and because of their poorly developed immune systems.
Group child care. Children cared for in group settings are more likely to get colds and ear infections than are children who stay home because they’re exposed to more infections, such as the common cold.
Infant feeding. Babies who drink from a bottle, especially while lying down, tend to have more ear infections than do babies who are breast-fed.
Seasonal factors. Ear infections are most common during the fall and winter when colds and flu are prevalent. People with seasonal allergies may have a greater risk of ear infections during seasonal high pollen counts.
Poor air quality. Exposure to tobacco smoke or high levels of air pollution can increase the risk of ear infection.
Usually treated with antibiotics.
For those graduating this year:
I still have all my NCLEX books and study materials that I’ll sell to you at a cheaper price than online and in store prices.
-Lippincotts Q&A NCLEX RN 10th edition
-Saunders comprehensive review NCLEX RN 5th edition
-NCLEX RN comnprehensive review by Elsevier 20th edition
-Prioritization, Delegation, and Assignment: Practice Exercises for the NCLEX Examination, 2 edition
I used all these books and passed the NCLEX RN my first time.
The best one to study with detail is Saunders in my opinion. For practice on prioritizing/etc, the best is the last book that I listed.
(All of them are used but like new. I did not write in any of them, all pages intact. Price includes price of book and shipping and handling. I’ll ship anywhere in the US.)
Leave me a message if you’re interested in any of these :)?
Thank you to all my followers!! Hope the things I post are helpful to you all! Thank you for your support and patience as I post material up (since I’ve been working).
Good luck on finals! Be sure to look under my ‘nursing’ tag and scroll through the topics you need to brush up on for your exams!
(I’ll still be posting, no worries!)?