You absolutely can do it. I was a charge nurse who had to do 'double units'
(responsible for 70 patients). That included assignments, treatments, meds
for both units, mealtimes for both units in a communal day room, monitoring
of the floor, any new orders that came in, admission paperwork, 4 tube feedings,
about 20 diabetics (all had fingersticks, insulin, fragile). MIND YOU, this was
on evening shift. I passed about 300+ meds, gave about 10-15 injections, did
about 10-15 treatments, and sometimes had a fall to deal with.
It was really difficult at first, and the nights I didn't have a double unit I really
cherished, but it's basically all about time management. Make yourself a ''cheat
sheet'' as one of the previous posters said. Put the med times next to their name,
how they transfer, if their meds are crushed, etc. It will save you a lot of time