Nursing Pharmacology – Beta Blockers!! Updated on March 19, 2015 By Pressure Guy 25 Comments EmpoweRN.com Hi guys!! Thank you so much for your support and for watching my videos, I really appreciate you =) I know that the content in the video is a little heavy & probably a hard to… Related Blood Pressure Medications Articles By Pressure Guy 25 Comments Jay David March 19, 2015 This not only helps prepare for pharmacology but also helps to learn for myself being that I have high bp, sometimes 200/120. Ahh!! I come to find out i’m not on a beta blocker med, but one time when I went to the ER due to dangerously high glucose & bp levels, I was put on Lebetalol thru IV and now I know why. It works like wonders and I don’t why i’m not on it in pill format!! Very helpful video!! Maverick Canto March 19, 2015 Thank you EmpowerRN for this amazing video. I have been watching a lot of your videos for the few months being in the nursing program. It’s really helping me! Thanks:) God Bless. Alma Karina Huerta March 19, 2015 NuRse CaroLynn your video was great!! I am a nursing student. The way you explain the material is clear and energetic. The questions were great!! I got all 3 correct! =) A video on the Endocrine system would be nice. I know it’s a huge topic! Looking forward to more videos! Thank u! Rafik Abdul March 19, 2015 Although your main focus was for RNs, know that the layout and completeness, coupled with an amazingly easy to understand outline of the drug class makes it an excellent tool for medical students like me on their final year rotations. Thank you very much, you’ve made it a breeze for us to explain it to our patients and evil attendings who cannot wait to pimp us. Awesome refresher!!! Raihan Rafique March 19, 2015 can you please do a video on benzodiazepines? this will help me and a lot of other people… thank you Mark De Pedro March 19, 2015 thanks for this video. could you possibly do a video on insulin drips and management of a dka patient? thanks! Mohd Tabish Malik March 19, 2015 This video is verry helpful to medical and nursing people. Linda Holder March 19, 2015 Psych medications please. jamaicancollegegirl March 19, 2015 I love your videos and it made it so easy to get the full understanding of the drug. I would really appreciate if you could do other videos on d other antihypertensive drugs, diabetic drugs and other common drug classes. Please. In addition I love your motivation video, I was about to give on my finale yr of nursing school but it gave me hope. Thanks alot. Emmanuel B Sahani March 20, 2015 I LIKED THIS VIDEO,HAS HELP ALOT IN MY CARRIER Kristina Audisho March 20, 2015 Is it possible to make a video on Digoxin in like the next 2 weeks? I have a project on it but I am having a hard time understanding it and finding all the info. Bhelbahadur Gaha March 20, 2015 hi i am 29year old i used atenolol50mg per day to decrease my blood preassur my bp goes by my anxiety disorder so betablocker is safe to take by antianxiety medicen with aten50mg florence chung March 20, 2015 you are so sweet samantha moncado March 20, 2015 can you make a video about anti diuretics and oedema? Sheila Lee March 20, 2015 such a beauty with brain! thanks a lot for ur video! it improves my understanding! ^_^ Stephanie Saturne March 20, 2015 Thanks for making this video, I loved the video and all the added features! I also like how you have the questions at the end of the video and you go through the answer and rationalize. Could you make a video about diuretics (lasix, thiazides, spironolactone)? Thank You! mailyn nieves March 20, 2015 yes benzo please…geart job! WTEIncognito March 20, 2015 great videos. Thanks ;) Nobody Nobody March 20, 2015 This video just explained Beta Blockers in a way I can comprehend in only 14 minutes! I struggled with this topic for a whole semester and still didnt get it like I do now after watching this video. Thank you! nedeljka tepsic March 20, 2015 Inotropes, chronotropes pleaaase Miss kris March 20, 2015 Im so thankful i found ur channel. You have made such helpful videos. Truly motivating and inspiring! doogieRN1 March 20, 2015 Hey Caroline, great video. I wish this was around when I was in nursing school. Do you think they can make your videos so that we can earn CEU’s watching and taking a little survey or the rest of those NCLEX styled questions at the end to earn them…not a bad idea I think as I do try to make time to watch your videos and keep up with constantly educating myself and keeping up to date…will do my imperfect best…your explanation made all thatI learned in pharm many years ago seem so much simpler as I am a visual learner besides just reading it written, will watch again and again to have it sink in. I was surprised though that I was able to get the questions you did correct raionalizing the answers now lets see if I can get those below…not until I watch the video one more time just for emphasis ;0) James Thompson March 20, 2015 I’ve been watching your videos before and found them helpful but I’ve only seen you from the torso up. Now you have these great graphics and background music and I enjoy them. As well as seeing you in full height, your beautiful. Thanks for the change. Don’t change a thing. Katherine Sidhu March 20, 2015 Thanks for this video! I do have a question though, when we decrease the ‘need’ for oxygen in the heart, are we decreasing the amount of oxygen throughout the body? And if the answer is yes, how is that therapeutic? Decreasing oxygen throughout the body I mean. Look forward to hearing from you! Nona Mitchell March 20, 2015 This really helped I was so frustrated!!!! Trying to find the information I needed without the fluff!!! Thank you so much!!! Keep up the good work Comments are closed.