Emergency Room (ER) nursing is a dynamic and challenging field that demands not just extensive knowledge but also a deep passion for patient care. This category is dedicated to empowering nurses and nursing students with essential clinical information and insights specific to ER nursing.
Our Top ER Nursing Content
HOW TO READ AN EKG RHYTHM STRIP
Learn how to read an EKG Rhythm strip, which is an essential skill of any nurse!
HOW TO START AN IV [ULTIMATE BEGINNER’S GUIDE]
Learn how to start an IV and feel confident in your IV abilities!
10 ER NURSING HACKS YOU NEED TO KNOW
Tips, tricks, and hacks to make that 12-hour shift in the ER a little bit more bearable. The more you know, the more you can save time, save your senses, and save your sanity!
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Monkeypox has a current outbreak in the US, and nurses need to be educated about the monkeypox rash, symptoms, and treatment!
DKA, or diabetic ketoacidosis, is a severe complication of hyperglycemia and uncontrolled diabetes, and nurses need to know how to care for it!
Master your ABGs and know how to interpret blood gas results like metabolic and respiratory acidosis!
AFIB RVR is an emergency, and identifying and managing atrial fibrillation is necessary for all nurses within the ER and hospitals.
Crash course on everything blood pressure including systolic, diastolic, “MAP”, and various types and treatment of hypertension and hypotension
Learn the steps of RSI intubation for nurses, which medications to administer and why, and what complications to monitor for.
Pulmonary embolisms are common, and large PEs can be deadly! Learn about the causes, nursing assessment, interventions, and more!
In this article, we will talk about the different blood products, why they are given, and then dive into each type of blood transfusion reaction, what causes them, their signs and symptoms, and how to manage them as the nurse.
An I&D or Incision and Drainage and performed to drain purulent fluid (aka pus) from a fluid collection called an abscess.
Ventricular arrhythmias like VTACH and VFIB occur in and out of the hospital. The only difference is, people aren't hooked up to the monitors. So instead of catching the arrhythmia, the patient goes unresponsive. VTACH and VFIB are HUGE deals, and these ventricular...
Check out these 18 acute skin rashes for nurses to know, complete with pictures, descriptions, symptoms, and treatments.
The various oxygen delivery devices and flow rates are important to understand as nurses, respiratory therapists, and Providers!