Informed Guides Nurses Pocket Guide

Informed Guides Nurses Pocket Guide

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Informed Guides Nurses Pocket Guide

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The Nurses Pocket Guide™ will prove to be an essential tool throughout your career, whether you are a beginning or experienced nurse.

It fits in your pocket and provides information at your fingertips in an easy, readable, format featuring color-coded tabs.

Vital assessment information is included with entire sections devoted to cardiac, respiratory, neurological, pediatric and OB topics. The Nurses Pocket Guide™ provides reference information for drugs, infusions and laboratory values with basic information on 1800+ medications, and blood products, calculations and PO, SQ, IM. IO & IV safe administration principles / guidelines. Also featured are fluids, electrolytes and acid-base imbalances.

Only 3" x 5" it easily fits in your pocket, has color-coded tabs, and is waterproof, alcohol-fast, tear-resistant and incredibly durable.

Nurses Pocket Guide Features:

  • Acid-Base Imbalances
  • Complete Neurologocal Assessment
  • Pediatric Drug Dosages
  • Pain Assessment
  • Geriatric / Cultural Abuse
  • Organ Donation Considerations
  • Burn and Dermatome Charts
  • Abbreviations
  • Metric Conversions
  • Immunizations
  • Spanish translations
  • Restraint and Back Safety
  • Tips For Workload / Report Organization
  • Insertion / Management of Catheters, Gastric and Chest Tubes
  • Waterproof and Alcohol-Fast

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    is the ACLS updated according to 2010 standards?
    Asked on 8/15/2012 by bebo from Bklyn,NY

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      The RN Pocket Guide was last updated in 2008 so it does not contain the recent 2010 ACLS standards.

      Answered on 8/22/2012 by Ron from HQ
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