Quote from Ruby Vee
The ACLS manual will be a good place to start, and you'll probably have to get ACLS certified at some point anyway. It covers rhythms, emergency drugs, emergency protocols and stroke recognition. Start there.
Yep acls manual, followed by critical csre nursing made incredibly easy and hemodynamic monitoring made incredibly easy.
EKG skills need to be on point, get a good practice workbook and get started!
Lastly consensus statements! 1 per day, everything relevant to your patient care starting on page 1, until repeat topics start showing up. They almost always include the latest and greatest advice on medical management. You need to know your drugs, know why they are given and what the best option is.
On that same note, download a pharmacology app on your phone. Research every new drug you come across, write them down, make flashcards etc.
If you still have to check a reference to know if an infusion is incompatible, or if there are drug interractions you need to be making flashcards.