We usually have at least 4-5 Ca Chlorides and bicarbs. Yes, our infusion is in the crash cart.
Night shift is required to do crash cart checks, there is a list that says
rawer 1, Drawer 2, ets that lists the contents.
Mock codes should be required and staff should be required to open up the cart and learn where stuff is.
On the outside of the cart, there are also stickers for "IV fluids, meds" etc, so we can usually guess pretty quickly which drawer we need to start looking in. Why arent your floor nurses taking responsibility and learning where to find stuff in your carts?