I'm on a med/surg transplant floor & there are multiple drips that we initiate or titrate. We do insulin, heparin, argatroban, bivilarudin, diltiazem, amiodarone, lasix, bumex, lidocaine for pain mgmt, epidurals for pain mgmt, morphine & dilaudid (primarily for comfort measures patients). Also one of two med/surg floors in the hospital which can take Remodulin & Flolan for pulmonary hypertension. Insulin can require q1h titration at times, and yes that's with 3-4 other patients & most of the insulin gtts are fresh liver or kidney transplant patients who are otherwise very sick/technically complex patients. Our heparin is usually q6 titration which isn't bad, argatroban & bivilarudin a little more frequent. When we get the Remodulin/Flolan patients they are usually on their chronic home dose, but transferring from their home pump to the hospital pump is scary. Yes, this is a med/surg floor, not step down!