I have 6 years of nursing experience in telemetry. I just started working in the ED and I must admit I feel like a new grad again. My 4th day on the floor I had 2 patients and felt overwhelmed. I feel as though I need some extra help to help bring me up to par. So I have been reading different articles on ED nursing and some of my books from nursing school to revamp my knowledge. But I still feel that there are some things missing.
Do any of you know of any good ER Nursing books I can get to help me?
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Fast facts for the ER nurse! I am a new grad in the ER and I keep it with me when on the floor. It's a good quick reference as far as making sure you're ordering the right labs and anticipating what meds/procedures might be ordered. It also has a few pages in the back with common labs/meds