Emergency Nursing

Within the realm of professional nursing, emergency nursing is a specialization that focuses on providing patients with immediate medical assistance in order to prevent permanent damage or death. Not only do emergency nurses handle “true emergencies,” but they also tend to patients who come to emergency rooms because they are unable or unwilling to receive primary care elsewhere. Actually, very few patients at the emergency department (ED) have life-threatening illnesses such a heart attack, stroke, or serious injuries. In addition, emergency nurses provide care to patients who have experienced sexual assault, psychological and behavioral issues, and acute alcohol and/or substance intoxication.

Emergency department nurses see a wide range of conditions, including gunshot wounds, heart attacks, fractured bones, and auto accidents. As an emergency nurse, you will be trained to treat patients’ symptoms in the order that they pose the greatest risk to their lives after promptly triaging them based on acute evaluation and immediate observation abilities.

What is emergency care in nursing?

A nurse specializing in emergency care provides treatment to patients during the most critical or urgent stage of their illness or injury, sometimes serving as the patient’s initial point of contact.

What are the principles of emergency nursing?

  1. Keep your airway open and give yourself enough ventilation, using resuscitation techniques if needed.
  2. Regulate bleeding and its effects.
  3. Assess and rectify the heart’s output.
  4. Prevent and manage shock, and preserve or improve efficient circulation.
List of Nursing & Health Sciences Association
  1. Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses
  2. Academy of Neonatal Nursing
  3. ACNP- American College of Nurse Practitioners
  4. Advanced Practice Nurses of the Ozarks
  5. Advanced Practice Nurses of the Permian Basin
  6. Advanced Practitioners for the River Region
  7. Air & Surface Transport Nurses Association
  8. Alliance for Psychosocial Nursing
  9. Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments
  10. Alzheimer’s Association
List of Nursing & Health Sciences Society
  1. Rural Health Care Foundation.
  2. Swasth Foundation.
  3. Foundation for Mother and Child Health.
  4. CanKids KidsCan.
  5. Swasthya Swaraj.
  6. DoctorsForSeva Arogya Foundation (Aarogya Seva)
  7. Movement for Alternatives and Youth Awareness (MAYA).
  8. SEARCH (Society for Education, Action and Research in Community Health)
  9. Charutar Arogya Mandal
  10. Bachelor of Medical Lab Technology
List of Nursing & Health Sciences Company
  1. Licensed practical nurse (LPN)
  2. Registered nurse (RN)
  3. Travel nurse
  4. Med-surgical nurse
  5. Emergency room nurse
  6. Oncology nurse
  7. Nurse informatics specialist
  8. Nurse manager
  9. Nurse educator
  10. Nurse anesthetist
List of Nursing & Health Sciences University
  1. University of Pennsylvania
  2. King’s College London (KCL)
  3. Johns Hopkins University
  4. University of Washington
  5. The University of Manchester
  6. University of California, San Francisco
  7. Yale University
  8. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  9. University of Southampton
  10. Duke University

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