Must Know NCLEX Lab Values 2019

Sitting for NCLEX Exam soon? The following are a list of lab values you must know before you sit for the exam

Albumin: 3.5-5.0 g/dL

Ammonia: 15-45 mcg/dL

Bilirubin: 0.2-1.2 mg/dL

Blood glucose for infants: 40-60 mg/dL in the 1st 24 hours

BMI: 18.5-24.9

BNP >100 pg/mL: Heart Failure

BUN: 6-20 mg/dL

Calcium: 8.6-10.2 mg/dL

CD4 count: 500-1200/mm3

Creatinine 0.6-1.3 mg/dL

Cushings syndrome: Free cortisol of >80-120 mcg/24 hours urine collection

CVP: 2-8 mm Hg (Right ventriclar preload)

Digoxin: 0.5-2.0 ng/mL

Endotracheal cuff pressure: 25 cm H2O

Gastric aspirate: <500 mL

HBA1C: < or = 6%

HDL: >40 mg/dL for men, >50 mg/dLfor women

Hemoglobin: 13-17 g/dL (male), 11-15 g/dL (female)

Hematocrit: 39-50% (male), 35-47% (female)

INR: 0.7-1.2 (2-3 if on warfarin therapy, 2.5-3.5 if on warfarin for mechanical heart valve)

LDL: <100 mg/dL

Lead poisoning: >= 5 mcg/dL

Lithium: 0.6-1.2 meq/L

MAP: 70-105 mm hg (SBP + 2X Diastolic ÷ 3)

Magnesium: 1.5-2.5 mEq/L (>7 causes CNS depression and blocks neuromuscular transmission)

PAWP: 6-12 mm Hg (Left ventricular preload)

Phenytoin: 10-20 mcg/mLPhosphate/Phosphorus: 2.4-4.4 mg/dLPT: 11-16 secs

APTT: 25-35 secs (46-70 secs if on heparin therapy)

Pulse pressure: difference of 30-50 mm hg, narrowed PP means volume deficit

Neutrophil (Absolute): 2200-7700 cells/mm3

Serum osmolality: 275-295 mosm/kg

SVR: 800-1200 dynes/sec/cm-5

Total cholesterol (fasting): <200 mg/dL

Triglycerides: <160 mg/dL

Trop I: <0.5 ng/mL

Trop T: <0.1 ng/mL

Uric acid: 4.4-7.6 mg/dL

Urine output: 0.5-1 mL/kg/hr

Urine osmolality: 300-900 mosm/kg

Urine culture: >10,000 organisms/mL indicate UTI

Urine specific gravity: 1.003-1.030

Urine residual volume: <100 mL

Vancomycin trough: 10-20 mg/L

WBC: 4,000-11,000/mm3

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Shortlisted Candidates for Admission into Post Basic Otorhinolaryngology (ORL) Nursing Programme 2019/2020 Academic Session.

The successful candidates shortlisted for Admission into Post Basic Otorhinolaryngology (ORL) Nursing Programme, National Ear Care Centre, Kaduna 2019/2020 Academic Session

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NANDA International (NMCN) 1st South-West Workshop Lagos 2019

The NANDA International in collaboration with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria (NMCN) present the 1st South-West Workshop Lagos, 2019.

Date: 28th July – 1st August, 2019

Venue: Malaria Research Conference Hall (MRC) LASUCOM/LASUTH 1-5, Oba Akinjobi Street, Ikeja, Lagos.

Time: 9:00am Daily

Registration: Early Birds – N20,000 (May –  15th June, 2019)

Late Registration N25,000 (16th June – 27th July, 2019) on – site Registration N30,000

1st South-West Workshop Lagos 2019

NMCN Online License Renewal Details

Below is the contact details of Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria online license renewal department

Nurses and Midwives registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria that the applications for renewal of licenses and change of name (for female only) are to be made online with effect from July 1st, 2019.

Paper/Manual application for license renewal ceases with effect from September 30th, 2019.
Nurses and Midwives registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria applying for renewal of license or change of name are to visit the portal https://license.nmcn.gov.ng or www.nmcn.gov.ng and then click on apply for license renewal to initiate the application.

Please note that any Nurse/Midwife who is yet to complete his/her professional Update Form will not be to apply online for license renewal. These Nurses/Midwives are to visit the portal www.portal.nmcn.gov.ng or follow this link http://portal.nmcn.gov.ng/nurses/add to complete their PUF application.

All required documents to be uploaded must be scanned as original document (colour) in any of PDF/JPEG/PNG format and should not exceed 200kb

Photocopy documentr is not acceptable. Passport photograph to be uploaded must not exceed 100kb

Helpline

licensing@nmcn.gov.ng, oafilade@nmcn.gov.ng and nmcn.support@exarotech.com or call 08150837365, 090

Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria License Renewal Website

Nurses and Midwives registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria that the applications for renewal of licenses and change of name (for female only) are to be made online with effect from July 1st, 2019.

Paper/Manual application for license renewal ceases with effect from September 30th, 2019.
Nurses and Midwives registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria applying for renewal of license or change of name are to visit the portal https://license.nmcn.gov.ng or www.nmcn.gov.ng and then click on apply for license renewal to initiate the application.

Please note that any Nurse/Midwife who is yet to complete his/her professional Update Form will not be to apply online for license renewal. These Nurses/Midwives are to visit the portal www.portal.nmcn.gov.ng or follow this link http://portal.nmcn.gov.ng/nurses/add to complete their PUF application.

All required documents to be uploaded must be scanned as original document (colour) in any of PDF/JPEG/PNG format and should not exceed 200kb

Photocopy documentr is not acceptable. Passport photograph to be uploaded must not exceed 100kb

Helpline

licensing@nmcn.gov.ng, oafilade@nmcn.gov.ng and nmcn.support@exarotech.com or call 08150837365, 090

Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Begins Online License Renewal Process

The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria has made good her promise for renewal of license to go digital from  July 1st, 2019 as reported by Nursesarena.com last month. In a letter released earlier today and sighted by Nursesarena.com, the regulatory board released the following guideline:

Nurses and Midwives registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria that the applications for renewal of licenses and change of name (for female only) are to be made online with effect from July 1st, 2019.

Paper/Manual application for license renewal ceases with effect from September 30th, 2019.
Nurses and Midwives registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria applying for renewal of license or change of name are to visit the portal https://license.nmcn.gov.ng or www.nmcn.gov.ng and then click on apply for license renewal to initiate the application.

Please note that any Nurse/Midwife who is yet to complete his/her professional Update Form will not be to apply online for license renewal. These Nurses/Midwives are to visit the portal www.portal.nmcn.gov.ng or follow this link http://portal.nmcn.gov.ng/nurses/add to complete their PUF application.

All required documents to be uploaded must be scanned as original document (colour) in any of PDF/JPEG/PNG format and should not exceed 200kb

Photocopy documentr is not acceptable. Passport photograph to be uploaded must not exceed 100kb

Helpline

licensing@nmcn.gov.ng, oafilade@nmcn.gov.ng and nmcn.support@exarotech.com or call 08150837365, 090

Ondo Government Acquires N2.1 Billion Worth Of new Medical Equipment (photos)


The Ondo State Government has taken delivery of new medical equipment worth N2.1 billion.

The new medical equipment are meant to aid the delivery of Qualitative health services in the state.

Ondo State Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, took to his twitter handle to announce the delivery of the first batch of the 20 container trucks.

In his words: “#TalkAndDO Today we took delivery of over N2.1 Billion worth of Medical Equipment (20 Containers) from our partners @medshare. This is just the first batch. We understand that health is wealth and we are doing all in our power to equip all our hospitals. #DevelopOndo”

In another tweet, he stressed that; “Our goal is to ensure that all health centers in the state are equipped with world class equipment and with the launch of our contributory health care scheme, ILERA LORO, we will be removing the barriers to access to quality healthcare statewide. #DevelopOndo”

Akeredolu said that the multimillion Naira ultramodern and state-of-the-art biomedical equipment will be distributed across all the health facilities in the state.

He, however, asked the health professionals in the state to put the equipment to effective and good use.

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The governor also commissioned the office of Ondo State Contributory Health Commission, Today, 24th June, 2019.

The Ondo State Contributory Health Commission is aimed at ensuring that all residents of Ondo State have financial protection, physical access to quality & affordable Health Care Services.



Usmanu Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital 2019/2020 School of Nursing Form On Sale

Applications are now available for the above named school for the 2019/2020 Academic Session

Entry Requirement

Applicants must possess Five Credits at not more than two (2) sittings, in the followings subjects, English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology from NECO, WAEC or NABTEB.

Method of Application:

    Visit https://healthrevolve.com.ng/ and select “Usmanu Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital Sokoto” from the “Remita Payment” Menu.
    Under “Services” select “UDUTH School of Nursing”. Fill in N5,000 under Service amount while filling in all other correct information then click “General Payment Instruction”.
    Using the generated Remita (RRR number), go to any bank to make a payment.
    Bring the generated teller of payment with Remita Slip to UDUTH cashier and collect receipt.
    Bring the copy of Remita slip and receipt collected from UDUTH cashier to School of Nursing UDUTH Sokoto to get your serial Number and pin.
    Visit http://www.uduth.org.ng/ online form 2 php and insert the pin and serial number given to you.
    Fill your information accurately and submit after acknowledge
    Please come along with a printed copy of your application from on the date of entrance exam.

School of Nursing Usmanu Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital Sokoto

Closing Date: 31st July, 2019

Entrance Exam (Written): 10th August, 2019

Oral Interview: 19th August, 2019

Time: 8:00am

Venue: SON UDUTH Sokoto

For further enquires please contact/call: sonuduth@gmail.com/ 08038724963, 08034361144

Signed:

Management: SON UDUTH SOKOTO

Niger Delta University Application Form for 2019/2020 Post Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (PUTME) Screening Test

This is to inform the general public that the sale of application forms for the selection of candidates for admission into Niger Delta University for the 2019/2020 Academic Session shall commence from Monday, 24th June, 2019.

ELIGIBILITY.

  1. Candidates who made Niger Delta University their first choice and scored 160 marks and above in the 2019 UTME are eligible to apply.
  2. Change of Institution/Course; see serial number 4 below
Niger Delta University

PROCEDURE FOR THE COMPLETION OF THE APPLICATION FORM

  • Log on to www.nduscreening.com 
  • Supply your JAMB Registration number and score to proceed.
  • Fill in relevant personal information (GSM number and e-mail address)
  • Candidates should pay the sum of two thousand naira (N2,000.00) only for the screening test via the online payment portal.
  • Fill in your °level results with grades.
  • Preview and edit form.  
  • Submit and printout application form.

DIRECT ENTRY CANDIDATES

Candidates who made Niger Delta University their first choice for Direct Entry are requested to log on to www.nduscrening.com to upload their document on or before 20th August 2019.

CHANGE OF INSTITUTION

Candidates who are interested to change their first choice of University to Niger Delta University should do so and apply for the Post UTME

The deadline for the online submission of application form is 10th August. 2019. The screening test is scheduled to hold from 12th August to 17th August, 2019 For further information, candidates should log on to www.ndu.edu.ng

N.B: Niger Delta University will not be held liable if you provide an invalid GSM number and e-mail address. Keep your application form safe and come along with it for the screening test.

Signed.

MRS. EFFUA E. BEREPUBO, FNIM

Registrar

Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria List of License Collection Point

The following packs of licenses for Schools, MOH and Hospitals will be available for collection at  NMCN,  Lagos, Port Harcourt, Bauchi, Kaduna,  Enugu and Sokoto Zonal Offices on Monday, 24/6/2019:

NMCN LAGOS:

1. SOM, Muslim Hosp Saki.

2. SOM, Eleyele.

3. SOM, EKSUTH, Ado-Ekiti.

4. SOM, Nigeria Army Hosp, Yaba.

5. SPBN (Orth), Igbobi.

6. SON, Eleyele, Ibadan.

7. SOM, BMC, Saki

8.SPBN (periop), UCH, Ibadan.

9. SON, BUTH, Ogbomoso.

10. SPBN (A/E), NOH, Igbobi.

11. SOM, LUTH, Idi-Araba.

12. SPBN (Periop), LUTH, Idi-Araba.

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NMCN, Port Harcourt:

1. SPBN (Psy), Calabar.

2. SON, Port Harcourt.

3. SON, Anua-Uyo.

4. SPBN (PSY), Uselu.

5. SPBN (Periop), UBTH, Benin City.

6. SPBN (Periop), Irrua.

7. UBTH, Benin City (c/o Osian E.)

8. MOH, Asaba.

9. College of Health Tech Calabar (c/o Mrs Ogana) (RPHN).

10. Sch of Health Tech, Benin City (RPHN).

11. MOH, Uyo.

12. Inst of Health, UBTH, Benin City (RPHN).

13. MOH, Benin City.

14. SON, IUTH, Okada.

15. SON, Ogoja.

16. SPBN (Paed), UPTH, Port Harcourt.

17. SON, UBTH, Benin City.

18. SOM, UBTH, Benin City.

19. SOM, Uromi.

20. SOM, Port Harcourt.

21. SOM, Iquita-Oron.

22. SOM, Ituk-Mbang.

23. SON, Ogoja.

 NMCN, SOKOTO

1. SON, Sokoto.

2. SPBN (PSY), Kware, Sokoto.

3. SOM, Gusau.

4. SOM, Birnin-Kebbi.

5. SON, Birnin-Kebbi.

 NMCN, BAUCHI:

1. SON, Yola.

2. SON, ATBUTH, Bauchi.

3. SOM, ATBUTH, Bauchi.

4. SOM, Maiduguri.

5. SON, Maiduguri.

6. SPBN (Periop), UMTH, Maiduguri.

7. SOM, Vom.

8. SON, Jalingo.

9. SON, MMH, Jos.

10. SOM, Gombe.

11. SOM, Jalingo.

12.SOM, Our Lady of Apostle, Jos

13. SOM, Gombe.

14. SOM, MMH, Jos.

15. SOM, Vom.

NMCN ENUGU:

1. NAUTH (c/o Mrs Umobi), Nnewi.

2. MOH, Umuahia.

3. SON, Amachara.

4. SON,  ABSUTH, Aba.

7. SON, Ihiala.

8. SON, Iyi-Enu, Ogidi.

9. FETHA, Abakaliki (c/o Mrs Ikejiora).

10. FETHA, Abakaliki (c/o Mr. Agbowo).

11. SOM, UNTH, Enugu.

12. SON, Mbano.

13. NAUTH, Nnewi (c/o Mrs Odira C.)

14. SOM, Umuahia.

15. SOM, Emekuku (2 packs).

16. SOM, Waterside, Onitsha.

17. SON, Emekuku.

18. SON, Amaigbo.

19. SOM, ESUTH, Parklane.

NMCN KADUNA:

1. SPBN (Paed), ABUTH, Zaria.

2. SOM, Kano.

3. SOM, Dambata.

4. SPBN (PSY), Barnawa.

5. SPBN (Oph), ABUTH, Zaria.

6. SOM, Kafanchan.

7. SON, Kakuri, Kaduna

8. SPBN (ENT), Kaduna.

9. SPBN (Orth), Dala, Kano.

10. SPBN (Oph), NEC, Kaduna.

11. SPBN (Anaest), ABUTH, Zaria.

12. SON, Kafanchan

Thank you.

Emmanuel  Udontre (Mr.)

For: Secretary-General/Registrar