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Nursing - Medication - Drug Administration - Assessment

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Added on: 2022-08-20 00:00:00
Order Code: 8_19_5375_158
Question Task Id: 51262
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1.As a nurse, if you notice a mistake with a patient's medication, what should you do?

  1. Report the error.
  2. Do your best to fix it on your own.
  3. Give the patient a different medication.
  4. Make a mental note about the error and share it the next staff meeting.

2. Which of the following is important when administering medications?

  1. Washing your hands

  2. Asking questions if you are confused about a medication

  3. Questioning any order that seems inappropriate

  4. All of these answers are correct.

3. If you notice that a patient's status has changed and you feel the patient's medication dose might no longer be right, what should you do?

  1. Follow your instincts and change the dose.

  2. Ask the patient if he or she would like a different dose.

  3. Ask the prescriber for clarification.

  4. Do nothing.

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  • Posted on : August 19th, 2018
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