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Medication Administration Guidelines

The 10 Rights of Medication Administration . The LPN is accountable for client safety in the medication administration process. The 10 rights of medication administration are used to maximize accuracy and safety. 1. Right drug 2. Right dose 3. Right route 4. Right time 5. Right client 6. Right documentation 7. Right reason 8. Right response ...

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ADMINISTRATION AND DOCUMENTATION OF MEDICATIONS

documentation of the administration of medications on the Medication Administration Record. Additional audits as performance indicates. # Criteria for Observation of Administration & Documentation Yes No Comments 1. Sets up medication cart 2. Washes or sanitizes hands prior to administration of medications 3. Officer present on tier with nurse

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Medication Administration - Administering and Charting ...

Medication Administration – Administering and Charting Medications to Patients (N 11-10) Original Date: ... medication administration errors, the medical staff must consider whether there is a need to revise the policies and procedures. Documentation in the Patient’s Medical Record 1. The nurse administering medications must sign his/her full name and initials on the MAR in the allotted ...

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POLICY & PROCEDURE ON SAFE MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION

Documentation requirements on the Medication Administration Record (MAR) The following information will be documented on a person’s medication administration record 1. Information on the current prescription labels or the prescriber’s current written or electronically recorded order or prescription that includes the: a. Person’s name b ...

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MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION - GENERAL

MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION ALL Procedures in this Section Apply to Community Living Programs Administering the right medication to the right person at the right time of day, and documenting all the issues around this activity, is one of the most important and risk-filled activities undertaken daily. The procedures of this section are lengthy and attempt to address routine administration and ...

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Medication Administration Training Manual

reviewing student medication history on Medication Administration Record/Medication log for documentation of allergies and other co-existing medical condition 2. using proper hygiene/universal precautions in medication preparation 3. accurately identify student/client medication information by comparing medication label to the transcribed Medication Administration Record/Log 4. correctly apply ...

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MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION

administration and select topical medication applications, the medication administration may be performed by a parent with supervision and documentation by nursing staff. Medications would include those that could be provided safely in the home setting. After documentation of appropriate teaching, subcutaneous injections may be given by the ...

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Medication Administration - BCCNP

LPNs adhere to the ‘rights’ of medication administration. These include Right Medication, Right Client, Right Dose, Right Time, Right Route, Right Reason and Right Documentation. 4. LPNs determine all client-specific orders are clear, complete, current, legible and clinically relevant for the client before administering any medication. 5. LPNs act on clinical order sets 2 when the ...

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Basic Medication Administration

Basic Medication Administration A guide to help Direct Support Professionals administer, transcribe and document medications in a licensed residential setting. Outcomes: • Demonstrate how to assist individuals taking prescribed medications. • Identify resources for information about medications that individuals are taking • Identify the five rights for medication administration ...

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Medication Administration Module

Medication Administration May 2017 Chapter 1: Overview: Medication administration is an everyday part of the care that is provided to residents in a nursing facility. Due to the potential danger of medication administration, it is imperative that the nurse understand the importance of performing the task safely. Becoming proficient in all of