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  1. 1.     ArcherReview   Rapid Prep  Course outline   OVERVIEW  A 4 part course broken up into: Fundamentals, System by System, Specialties, and Wrap up. This  course does not cover every single NCLEX topic, nor is it an in-depth review. Instead, this is  meant to be a “rapid prep” covering the most high-yield NCLEX topics in a logical order with easy  to understand instruction.   BASIC COURSE OUTLINE    Part I: Fundamentals  ● Labs  ● Fluids & Electrolytes  ● Pharmacology  ● Tubes  ● EKGs  ● Growth & Development  ● Safety  Part II: System by System  ● Cardiac  ● Respiratory  ● Neuro  ● HEENT  ● Gastrointestinal          ● Genitourinary  ● Hematology & Infectious Disease  ● Integumentary  ● Endocrine  ● Musculoskeletal   Part III: Specialties  ● Mental Health  ● OB  ● Peds  ● Oncology  Part IV: Wrap Up  ● NCLEX Testing strategies  ● Comprehensive practice exam       OVERVIEW meant to be a “rapid prep” covering the most high-yield NCLEX topics in a logical order with easy to understand A 4 part course broken up into: Fundamentals, System by System, Specialties, and Wrap up. This course does not cover every single NCLEX topic. Instead, this is a "SMART STRATEGY" test prep and instruction. Rapid prep is done in two ways: A. On-Demand Prep: Video-On-Demand review with the instructor and the slides/pictures and quizzes on the screen. It is an On-Demand version of the Live Prep - 24/7 access - 2 months - includes everything from live prep plus additional high-yield short videos. B. Live Webinars: Two days - covering all the topics below. Live sessions occur every 2 months. Those who register but can not attend live session will receive latest OnDemand access. Genitourinary BASIC COURSE OUTLINE Rapid Prep NCLEX Course outline
  2. 2.     IN DEPTH COURSE OUTLINE  Part I: Fundamentals  ● Labs  ○ Lab values  ■ CV labs  ● Troponin  ● BNP    ■ Heme labs  ● CBC  ○ RBCs  ○ Hgb/Hct  ○ WBCs  ○ Platelets  ● Coags  ○ PT  ○ PTT  ○ INR  ■ GI labs  ● Albumin  ● LDL/HDL  ● Ammonia  ● Bilirubin  ● LFTs  ■ Renal labs  ● BUN  ● Cr  ● GFR  ■ Endo labs  ● HbA1C  ○ ABG interpretation  ■ Normal values  ■ Respiratory acidosis  ■ Respiratory alkalosis  ■ Metabolic acidosis  ■ Metabolic alkalosis  ● Fluids & electrolytes  ○ Fluids  ■ Fluid volume excess  ■ Fluid volume deficit  ■ IV Fluids 
  3. 3.     ● Isotonic  ● Hypertonic  ● Hypotonic  ● Colloid/crystalloid  ○ Electrolytes  ■ Hyponatremia   ■ Hypernatremia   ■ Hypokalemia  ■ Hyperkalemia   ■ Hypocalcemia   ■ Hypercalcemia   ■ Hypomagnesemia  ■ Hypermagnesemia  ■ Hypophosphatemia   ■ Hyperphosphatemia  ■ Hypochloremia   ■ Hyperchloremia   ● Pharmacology  ○ Dosage calculation  ○ Essential meds - other meds to be reviewed in pertinent systems, this is a crash  course in “must know” meds.   ■ Analgesics  ● Aspirin  ● NSAIDS  ● Opioids  ■ Anticonvulsants  ● Dilantin  ■ Anti-inflammatory  ● Prednisone  ■ Anti-coagulant  ● Heparin  ● Warfarin  ■ Anti-parkinsonian  ● Benztropine  ● Carbidopa  ■ Beta Blockers  ● Propranolol  ■ Potassium Supplements  ● Potassium chloride  ■ Bronchodilator  ● Theophylline  ● Albuterol  ■ Cardiac glycoside  ● Digoxin 
  4. 4.     ■ Anti-eclamptic  ● Magnesium-sulfate  ■ Diuretics  ● Furosemide  ● Spironolactone  ■ Psychotropics  ● Lithium  ● MAOI’s  ● Disulfiram  ■ Obstetrics  ● Oxytocin  ● Terbutaline  ■ Antifungal  ● Amphotericin B  ● Metronidazole  ■ Anticholinergics  ● Atropine  ○ Blood transfusions  ● Tubes  ○ NG tube  ○ Chest tube  ○ Foley  ○ Blakemore  ○ ETT  ○ Tracheostomy  ● EKG  ○ NSR  ○ SB  ○ ST  ○ A-fib  ○ SVT  ○ V-tach  ○ V-fib  ● Growth & Development  ○ Piaget  ○ Erikson  ● Safety  ○ Isolation precautions  ■ Standard  ■ Contact  ■ Droplet  ■ Airborne  Part II: System by System 
  5. 5.       ● Cardiac  ○ Anatomy & Physiology  ■ Blood flow through the heart  ■ Hemodynamics  ■ Heart sounds  ○ MI  ○ CAD  ○ Heart Failure  ○ HTN  ○ DVT  ○ Shock  ■ Hypovolemic  ■ Cardiogenic  ■ Distributive   ■ Septic  ● Respiratory  ○ Anatomy & Physiology  ■ Gas exchange  ■ Lung sounds  ○ Asthma  ○ COPD  ○ ARDS  ○ Pulmonary edema  ○ Pneumonia  ● Neuro  ○ Anatomy & Physiology  ■ Cerebral metabolism  ■ Blood brain barrier  ■ ICP & CPP  ○ MS  ○ MG  ○ Parkinsons  ○ Stroke  ○ Seizures  ○ SCI  ○ Meningitis  ● Gastrointestinal  ○ GERD  ○ Pancreatitis  ○ UC  ○ Crohns  ○ Appendicitis  ○ Hepatitis 
  6. 6.     ○ Cirrhosis  ● Genitourinary  ○ AKI  ○ Nephrotic syndrome  ○ Glomerulonephritis  ○ Kidney stones  ○ UTI  ○ CKD  ○ Dialysis  ■ PD  ■ HD  ■ CRRT  ○ Testicular torsion  ○ PID  ○ PCOS  ○ STDs  ■ HPV  ■ HSV  ■ Syphilis   ■ Gonorrhea  ■ Chlamydia  ● Heme/ID  ○ Sickle cell anemia  ○ DIC  ○ Sepsis  ● Integumentary  ○ Burns  ○ Pressure injuries  ● Endocrine  ○ Cortisol  ■ Addisons  ■ Cushings  ○ ADH  ■ DI  ■ SIADH  ○ T3/T4  ■ Hyperthyroid  ■ Hypothyroid  ○ PTH  ■ Hypoparathyroidism  ■ Hyperparathyroidism  ○ Insulin/Glucagon  ■ DM type I  ■ DM type II 
  7. 7.     ■ DKA  ■ HHNS  ■ Hypoglycemia  ● Musculoskeletal  ○ Fractures  ○ Compartment syndrome  ○ Rhabdomyolysis  Part III: Specialties  ● Mental Health  ○ Anxiety  ○ PTSD  ○ Bipolar  ○ Depression  ○ Schizophrenia  ○ Eating disorders  ○ Alcohol Withdrawal  ○ Suicidal ideations  ● OB  ○ Assessment  ■ GTPAL  ■ Signs of pregnancy  ○ Testing  ○ L&D  ■ Leopold maneuvers  ■ Fetal heart monitoring  ■ Complications  ● PROM  ● Prolapsed cord  ● Placenta previa  ● Abruptio placenta  ● Preterm labor  ● Dystocia  ○ L&D Complications  ■ GDM  ■ Ectopic pregnancy  ■ Hyperemesis gravidarum  ■ Pre-eclampsia  ■ HELLP  ○ Postpartum  ■ Hemorrhage  ○ Newborn  ■ APGAR  ■ Reflexes 
  8. 8.     ■ Meconium aspiration  ■ Jaundice  ● Pediatrics  ○ GI  ■ Cleft lip/palate  ■ Intussusception  ■ Ompahlocele  ■ Imperforate Anus  ○ Respiratory  ■ Epiglottitis  ■ RSV/Bronchiolitis  ■ CF  ○ CV  ■ CHD  ● Coarctation of the aorta  ● Tetralogy of fallot  ● TGA  ● HLHS  ● PDA  ● ASD  ● VSD  ○ Neuro  ■ CP  ■ Hydrocephalus  ■ Reye’s Syndrome  ● Oncology  ○ Leukemia  ○ Lymphoma  Part IV: Wrap Up  ● NCLEX Testing strategies   ● Practice exam   ○ Practice questions to be included in each lecture throughout the course, but  recommend ending with a comprehensive practice exam.             Practice exam in live session recommend ending with a comprehensive practice exam. You can separately subscribe to 3-6 month Qbank for lowest prices at https://archerreview.com/nclex-rn-qbank/ #1. Master Content: -Watch or attend Archer NCLEX HighYield Rapid Content Prep - 20 hours #2. Reinforce, Practice, and Challenge:- Do Archer Q-bank with NCLEX similar Qs - 2520 Qs #3. Assess and know if you are ready:- Launch multiple assessments - once every 2 weeks and check if you are ready. If you score above "average peer score" on Archer assessments, you have very high likelihood of passing! 99.5% of these users have passed Archer's 3 -Step SURE-PASS Strategy to excel on NCLEX - 99% PASS rate!

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