The most common values for Hematology, Coagulation, Blood Gas, Chemistries, and Cardiac Values.
An EKG ruler, basic caliper, and EKG diagram all in one.
The RASS is used to describe a patients level of alertness or agitation, most commonly during intubation.
The FLACC scale is used to assess pain in indviduals that are unable to communicate about their pain.
Standard 12 lead layout and the associated "adjacent" leads as well as a chart showing vessels and their likely lead changes.
Pediatric vital signs by age group as well as major pediatric developmental milestones at various ages.
Wong-Baker FACES® Pain Rating Scale (in English) and the Spanish version on the reverse.
The four major vital signs (resp. rate, heart rate, blood pressure, temperature) as well as pulse oximetry and other important "5th" vital signs.
Glasgow Coma Scale for adults and pediatrics, AVPU & AEIOU-TIPS mnemonics, and a pupil gauge.
The most common liquid, weight, and length conversion equivalents used in healthcare
The two of the most commonly used IV medication formulas with a drip titration chart on the back
Visual diagram and anatomical references for standard 12 lead placement as well as right sided and posterior 12 leads.
The Wallace Rule of Nine and Palm Method - Total Body Surface Area measurement tools which are provide simple and quick assessment
Breakdown of the motor/sensory classification, primary function, and basic exam of the 12 cranial nerves
Lab values for ABG & VBG and a chart to determine patients acid/base state and compensation level
Includes order of draw, additives, fill levels, inversion range, as well as which test is performed on which tube