I’ll be introducing a series of posts this summer that will explain different concepts in Fluids and Electrolytes, and I need your help. If you don’t already know how important Fluids and Electrolytes are for nursing students…they’re ESSENTIAL! Fluids and electrolytes can be related to almost every single bodily function, disease process, and medication. Can you even imagine trying to take care of a patient without caring about their fluid volume status? That’s part of fluids and electrolytes!
Not only is it important in patients, but having a strong knowledge of fluids and electrolytes will also help you big time when it comes to answering NCLEX-style questions. Once you begin to understand the fundamentals of how fluids and electrolytes act and interact in the body, then you can apply that knowledge to NCLEX-style questions covering a whole range of topics.
So here’s where I need your help. What Fluid and Electrolyte topics do you need the most help with? What concepts are the most difficult to understand? Leave a comment below to let me know, or you can post a comment on my Facebook page, too. I’ll be using your feedback to decide what study resources to make over the coming months…thanks for your help in making Your Nursing Tutor the most comprehensive nursing school resource available!
Nicole Whitworth is the founder of Your Nursing Tutor. She has a BSN and an MA in Clinical Psychology, and has been a professional nursing tutor for over 12+ years. Nicole specializes in getting nursing students through school confidently and calmly so that everything finally “clicks”. She is also the creator of the Silver Bullet Study System, an easy-to-follow study method that automatically trains your brain to become a nurse at the same time that you study for your normal nursing classes.