freshrn icu drip chart

Drug cards and reference apps are great, but when you're working in the ICU and your patient suddenly needs a drip started, you don't need every piece of information on the med. You need the basics of what to start it at, how to titrate, your max dose, and any other crucial notes. That's it.

Download this free ICU drip chart, print it off, and keep it in your clipboard or with your report sheets for fast reference. 

Bonus: You'll also get a blank one!

Hi, I'm Kati

I am a nurse educator with a passion for new graduate nurses. I am the owner of the FreshRN® online platform, specifically created to support, educate, and encourage newly licensed nurses. I am the author of Becoming Nursey, and four other titles.

I have been a member of the profession since 2010 with experience in med-surg, stepdown, and neurocritical care. I've also worked as a preceptor, mentor, charge nurse, and unit representative. I love translating complex clinical and social concepts into easy-to-understand terms with actionable steps.

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Note: This chart was compiled with the most up-to-date information at the time it was developed. It is your responsibility to ensure these doses and titrations are consistent with your hospital's policies and procedures prior to use. Please see our disclaimers page for more information.