Here are some essential knowledge tidbits from a "seasoned nurse":
Blood goes round and round, Air goes in and out; Any variation on this is a BAD thing.
All bleeding stops....eventually.
Activated charcoal does not come out of scrubs
once it has been through the gi tract.
When in doubt, give oxygen.
Full moons are a by product of psych meds and hospital gowns.
Turn the patient who is about to throw up AWAY from you, preferably toward the annoying family at the bedside.
The above patient will get sick immediately after a linen change and 5 minutes before report.
But seriously, your nursing education starts once you are done with school, all the pertinent info will be drilled in through daily practice and use. You will not remember everything from every class, but it will equip you to be a competent, safe practitioner. I've said it before, if nursing school made you anything more than a novice, hospitals would not need new grad orientations. Now, go study for the boards, and stop making so many lists.