8 Most Important Nursing Concepts Every Nursing Student Must Master - NurseFuel
To be successful as a nurse, you must master important nursing concepts. If you understand these 8 concepts you'll be on your way to passing your NCLEX!
10 Best Exercises To Strengthen Your Rotator Cuff
Whether you lift weights, rock climb, play sports, surf, swim, or engage in almost any type of physical activity, there’s a good chance you’ve experienced some sort of shoulder pain. Every year, over 13 million Americans see a physician for shoulder pain, with over 1-in-5 people having a tear in their rotator cuff. Rotator cuff tears become increasingly common as we age, and have a high correlation with manual labor work. Sure, some of this is can be attributed to bad luck, but it’s usually…
Yoga Anatomy Glues, Hamstrings, Adductors| Jason Crandell Vinyasa Yoga Method
Yoga anatomy core: There's more to the core than abs. This illustrated guide includes diagrams of the glutes, hamstrings, adductors, and more. Read on.
6 Quick Memes and a Nice Chart about Insulin - QD Nurses
Regular Insulin first. NPH insulin second. Do not forget to draw up the regular insulin first and then draw up the NPH insulin. WHY? It's essential to prevent contamination of the regular insulin with the NPH insulin. 2. Long acting Lantus and Levemir are released slowly over an extended time. Do not mix with any […]
Upper Crossed Syndrome: What It Is, and How to Fix It
Upper crossed syndrome is the most common postural condition seen in personal training clients. Here's how to identify and fix it.
Femoral Sheath and Inguinal Canal Anatomy: Overview, Gross Anatomy, Natural Variants
The inguinofemoral region is a relatively complex one that is significant for clinicians across various fields. Recognition of normal and pathologic variation within this region is important to many surgical disciplines, including general, vascular, plastic, oncologic, gynecologic, and urologic surgery.
Chart of Major Muscles on the Front of the Body with Labels
We have a lot of muscles in our bodies (literally, over 600). Muscles allow us to move and function. In general, they work in pairs. Usually as one muscle contracts (or shortens), the opposing muscle (known as the antagonist) elongates and vice versa. For example, think about when you bend your arm to bring food
Natural Remedies For Headache - How to Effectively Relieve a Headache - Healthy Natural Magazine
Many people are looking for relief from a headache. There are some natural remedies for headaches that can work very well for most people. If you experience this problem frequently, then it is time ...
Integumentary System Anatomy and Physiology
The integumentary system consists of the skin and accessory structures, such as hair, nails, and glands. The integumentary system is recognizable to most people because it covers the outside of the body and is easily observed.
Ron Dennis's brain transplant
The recently re-installed Chairman of the McLaren Group, Ron Dennis confessed to The Economist last month that "Sometimes I think I need a brain transplant because I can drive myself absolutely bonkers." Now, whilst Ron was, of course, engaging in rhetorical hyperbole, let us, for the sake of argument, and to advance the state of medical science, assess whether there is any sense in which Ron could actually become the lucky recipient of a brain transplant. The immediate response is that the…
The Flexor Hallucis Longus
Chris Mallac looks at the anatomy and biomechanics of the FHL the pathogenesis of possible injury, and provides detailed rehabilitation suggestions. The flexor hallucis longs (FHL) has been referred to as the ‘Achilles of the foot’ due to its unique role controlling mid foot pronation and supination. Its physiological and mechanical properties allow it to act...