Hi guys, i need some opinions from more experienced nurses. I have been a nurse for 2 years now, first on tele and then the past 5 months in a community hospital CCU. Recently towards the end of our shift, we had an admission coming in, and it was supposed to be a "code chill". I have never encountered one before (we get very few), dont know too much about it besides the 20 minute competency that we had to go through (which isnt saying much). It was my turn for admission, and the charge nurse asks me if im ok with taking this patient since ive only been off orientation for 2 months. Honestly, i told her i wasnt really ok with it because I felt like i didnt really know how to care for that type of patient, and that i really had no idea what to do. im all for gaining experience but i would rather watch an experienced nurse do it first before doing it on my own. Now i regret my decision and im freaking out; i feel like all the nurses think im incompetent and a huge baby, as if i cant handle anything. I dont want to be looked down upon as someone who cant take care of what needs to be done. I want to learn and always jump at the chance to learn new things, but i felt like this was waaaay out of my level at this point in my experience. Thoughts??