Critical Care Nurses
Also called: Critical Care Nurse Practitioner, Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN), ICU Nurse (Intensive Care Unit Nurse), Staff Nurse
In the Air Force: Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN); Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN), Pediatric Nurse Practitioner; Aerospace Medical Service Apprentice, Neurodiagnostic Medical Technician; Aerospace Medical Service Helper, Allergy/Immunization Technician; Aerospace Medical Service Journeyman, Neurodiagnostic Medical Technician; Clinical Nurse, Obstetrical; Critical Care Medicine, Neurology; Dental Assistant Journeyman; Health Services Management Craftsman; Operating Room Nurse; Pararescue Superintendent
In the Army: Army Public Health Nurse; Combat Medic Specialist; Emergency Nursing; Family Nurse Practitioner; Generalist Nurse; Medical Surgical Nurse; Nurse Corps Officer; Perioperative Nurse; Psychiatric/Behavioral Health Nurse; Pulmonary Disease/Critical Care Officer
In the Coast Guard: Health Services Technician
In the Navy: Clinical Specialist, Nursing; Deep Sea Diving Independent Duty Corpsman; Emergency/Trauma Nurse; Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance Corpsman; Hospitalman; Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Special Operations Tactical Medic (SO-TM); Nurse Anesthetist; Primary Care Nurse Practitioner; SC - Nurse Corps - General; Submarine Force Independent Duty Corpsman
- Evaluate patients' vital signs or laboratory data to determine emergency intervention needs.
- Monitor patients for changes in status and indications of conditions such as sepsis or shock and institute appropriate interventions.
- Administer medications intravenously, by injection, orally, through gastric tubes, or by other methods.
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