UPDATE! I inadvertently stated dyskinesia to mean slow movements…I meant to say “involuntary movements.” I will be updating the audio.
In this episode covering Parkinson’s Disease, we’re diving deep to give you a really thorough understanding of what you need to know for your nursing school exams. This content is based off the Parkinson’s lesson I’m creating for Beyond Bootcamp, so if you find it helpful, then you may want to check it out here.
See references for this lesson and get it in written format here.
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Beyond Bootcamp takes you into the Med Surg topics students struggle with the most, so you don’t have to!
Study Sesh features PodQuizzes and other forms of dynamic audio learning to free you from your desk. It truly does change the way you study!
Beers List: Learn what the Beers List is and how it affects pharmacological treatment in the elderly.
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