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Medication Administration

NS 173
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Melanie Hamilton

on 14 November 2013

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Transcript of Medication Administration

Pharmacokinetics
Absorption
Distribution
Metabolism
Excretion
legislation standards
Food and Drug Act
Drug Standards
strength/safety/handling
Controlled Drug and Substances Act
drugs that effect mind/behavior
Medication regulation and nursing Practice
Nursing Knowledge Base
What is SAFE medication
nursing process
special considerations
goals and outcomes
health promotion
education
medication calculations
Knowledge
Experience
Cognitive Behaviors and Attitudes
Nurse's Role
What are your patient's medications that are prescribed
therapeutic/non-therapeutic effects
are there nursing interventions that must be done before or after med admin
determine whether a medication is safe/necessary to give
WHY
does the client need supervision with administration
monitoring for side effects/therapeutic effects
reporting and documentation
Assessment

medication history
Allergies
medication data
diet history
perceptual/coordination problems
client's current condition
attitude towards medication use
knowledge and understanding
learning needs
Medication Theory
Trade Name
brand name
Proprietary name
oral
solid
liquid
topical
parenteral
intravenous
body cavities
routine
as needed (prn)
single, one time
STAT
now
medication standards
7 rights
right medication
right dose
right client
right route
right time
right documenation
right reason
Pull
Pour
Put Away
An introduction
Medication Action
therapeutic effect
side effect
adverse effect
toxic effect
allergic reaction
Drug names
Forms/Routes of Medications
Distribution Systems
Unit-Dose
Stock Supply
Blister Packs
Controlled Substances
Automated Dispensing
types of medication orders
3 checks
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