I worked in a neurocritical care unit for 4.5 years. I was a charge nurse, preceptor, and have my CCRN. I recorded this short video to give those of you floating to neuro or new to the area some practical tips.
More Neuro Resources I’ve Created:
Noticing Subtle Neuro Changes for Nurses: http://bit.ly/2rl0yUE
Nursing Considerations for 3 Neuro ICU Meds:http://bit.ly/2qBZZ7u
How to Assess an Unconscious Neuro Patient Like a Neuro ICU Nurse: http://bit.ly/2snZChi
FreshRN Podcast episodes specifically related to neuro nursing care:
Neuro Nurse Tips for Newbies, Part 1: When to Worry, Disease Processes: http://bit.ly/2rFvZvC
Neuro Nurse Tips for Newbies, Part 2: Disease Processes: http://bit.ly/2sfjB2r
Neuro Nurse Tips for Newbies, Part 3: Meds, Monitoring, Diagnostics, and Surgeries: http://bit.ly/2qBB97S
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NRSNG Academy: http://bit.ly/2hjHncY
NRSNG MedMaster Course: http://bit.ly/2qGVHet
The Ultimate Nursing Brain Sheet Database (33 free nursing report sheets): http://bit.ly/2rUQSTo
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