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ERP Week 6

Medication Administration

The 7 'Rights' of medication administration; 1.Right Patient 2.Right Medication 3.Right Dosage 4.Right Route 5.Right Technique 6.Right Documentation (date and time of admin) **7.Right Time (nurses)
IM stands for Intramuscular
ID stands for Intradermal
Before medication is administered the label should be; Read THREE times
If a medication label is missing or unreadable you should; Discard the medication
When discarding a medication, be sure to have; A witness
When pouring a liquid medication, the bottle should be held at;
Before administrating a medication, be sure to check the medications; Expiration date
Never administer a medication without a; Written physicians order
The actions of a medication are the legal responsibility of the; Person who administers it
Before you administer any medication, be sure to ask the client about any; Drug allergies
If you have any doubt about the dosage, action, or contraindications of a medication you should; Look up the medication in medication references
Do not administer a medication that someone else has' Prepared
After administration of a medication the patient should be observed for at least; 20 minutes to rule out an anaphylactic reaction
Notify the physician immediately if the client; Refuses a medication
Never leave a medication; Unattended
Medications such as suppositories, vaccines, and insulin should be stored in the; Refridgerater
Created by: adrouillard