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    Nursing Advanced Skills

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    Open Resources for Nursing Open RN, Chippewa Valley Technical College

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    Publisher: WI Technical Colleges Open Press

    Language: English

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    Reviewed by Stacey Van Gelderen, Full Professor, Minnesota State University Mankato on 12/21/23

    The Nursing Advanced Skills open resource is a comprehensive guide that caters to the evolving needs of today's healthcare professionals. The book successfully navigates the needs of pre-licensure nursing students, providing a valuable resource... read more

    Table of Contents

    • Part I. Chapter 1 Initiate IV Therapy
    • Part II. Chapter 2 Administer IV Push Medications
    • Part III. Chapter 3 Administer Blood Products
    • Part IV. Chapter 4 Manage Central Lines
    • Part V. Chapter 5 Insert Nasogastric and Feeding Tubes
    • Part VI. Chapter 6 Manage Chest Tube Drainage Systems
    • Part VII. Chapter 7 Interpret Basic ECG
    • Part VIII. Answer Keys

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    About the Book

    This textbook is an open educational resource with CC-BY licensing developed specifically for prelicensure nursing students. The e-book and downloadable versions are free. Affordable print versions are published in collaboration with XanEdu and available on Amazon and in college bookstores. Content is based on the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) statewide nursing curriculum for the Nursing Advanced Skills course (543-112) and the NCLEX-RN Test Plan. 1 Content includes advanced skills for registered nurses, such as intravenous infusion, blood product administration, management of central lines and chest tube systems, basic electrocardiogram interpretation, and nasogastric/feeding tube insertion, and builds on basic nursing skills discussed in the Open RN Nursing Skills OER textbook.

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    The Open RN project is supported by a $2.5 million grant from the Department of Education to create five free, open-source nursing textbooks. However, this content does not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the federal government. More information about the Open RN grant can be found at

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