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emergency room nurse

  • triage patients
  • IV insertions
  • medication administration
  • family communication
  • relief charge RN
  • patient education
  • interpret EKG’s
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emergency room nurse

  • Assist with checking in patients, doing triage work for doctors and generating initial insurance paperwork
  • Assist physician during examination, treatment and procedures
  • Prepare and administer (oral, parenteral) and record prescribed medications.
  • Provide supervision of non-RN personnel and act as a resource for ancillary staff on assigned unit
  • Work closely with doctors to keep patients and their family members updated on test results or treatment recommendations
  • Coordinate and deliver patient care utilizing the Nursing Process and following all established standards of practice within State and Federal guideline
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emergency room nurse

  • Being ready to respond and equipped to deal with a medical emergency.
  • Quickly assessing patient needs.
  • Treating critical injuries, allergic reactions and trauma.
  • Performing minor medical operations.
  • Cleaning wounds.
  • Maintaining emergency room care standards.
  • Assisting with insurance paperwork.
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emergency room nurse

  • Administer local, inhalation, intravenous, or other anesthetics.Monitor, record, and report symptoms or changes in patients’ conditions.
  • Triage patients
  • Ensuring the efficiency of the patient check-in process.
  • Displaying strong decision-making skills in emergency scenarios.
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emergency room nurse

  • Triage patients upon arrival to determine patient acuity. 
  • Identify patients in need of immediate physician assessment, such as trauma or stroke patients. 
  • Perform assessments, and continually monitor patients condition, communicate changes with doctor, and modify treatment plan appropriately.
  • Explain treatments, procedures, medications, and patient instructions to patients and family.
  • Maintain accurate, succinct documentation.
  • Monitoring patient’s condition and vital signs during procedural sedation.
  • Administration of PO, IV, IM, rectal, ocular, and aural medications, and monitoring for adverse reactions.