Emergency Nursing Bible: What to do and how to do it!
Author: Patricia Ann Bemis
Manufacturer: National Nurses in Business Association, Inc.
Keywords: Nursing, pharmacy brand
Rubric: Drug delivery books
Complaint-based protocols outlining what to do in the ED and how to it step-by-step. Minimize your work and maximize the patient's outcome. You can learn to handle emergencies without stress, follow standards, and pass the CEN exam. Designed for emergency nurses by an emergency nurse. Perfect for all emergency nurses (skilled and new grads), paramedics, and other healthcare workers working in the ED. Standards-of-care are covered step-by-step from airway to discharge using a complaint-based system. Each complaint-based medical emergency (chapter) contains a ready reference of the commonly used medications, terms, concepts, pathophysiology, worse case scenario, and practical tips. Everything
Book review: Emergency Nursing Bible
Very good for the new Nurse in an ED, I found it alittle boring for an old ED Nurse I really enjoy using this book as I work in the Emergency Department for the past 14 years as a Registered Nurse. It was a nice review also for preparing to take the CEN exam. I enjoyed being able to
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