I think it depends on what your first job is. ER nursing will be a lot different then LTC nursing, or NICU. I work on an ortho floor, and in addition to the things you just listed.......Wound Vacs, Q-pumps, Hemovacs (care and removal), Pain management, dressing changes, Central and PICC line (care and dressing changes), IV starts, Blood draws (from PICC line and Central lines), IV pumps, PCA, finger temps, Foley insertion and care, In and out Caths, Care of post op patients total knee, total hip, shoulders, back, neck, amputation, cancer, trauma. Then of course our patients come with other issues which we also have to deal with while they are there for ortho issues....diabetes, HTN, heart disease, digestive issues, feeding tubes, mental illness, drug and alcohol abuse issues, family issues, spiritual issues, seizure disorders, obesity, O2 sat issues, asthma, sleep apnea, CPAP or BIPAP use. There are more, but these are the most common.