Published Feb 23, 2014
Will you be disqualified if you don't have experience in CRRT. My hospital doesn't train RN's unless u have 2yrs of exp. just wondering if it is really needed. Anyone who got admission without exposure to CRRT...
I've never seen crrt and I start anesthesia school this week.
Yes, it adds value. Any new skill or experience adds value but it's not a necessity. It won't make you a better crna. It's just something to bolster your resume and show you have more autonomy and experience on your unit.
You definitely wont be "disqualified" due to your lack of experience with CCRT. However, like Alpha said, it definitely adds to your application. It won't make or break you though.
Reno1978, BSN, RN
I've never been exposed to it and I'm starting this fall. My best advice on things to be proficient in would be to focus on vents, hemodynamics monitoring, vasoactive medications/critical care pharmacology, and rescussitation.
Best of luck to you!
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