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Medication Administration Questions and Answers (Q&A)

John Adney
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Drugs administered through sublingual are faster than regular oral administration because there are so many blood vessels under the tongue.

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Brittany moore
Answered: Aug 29, 2017
The answer should be Right time, Right route, Right amount, Right medication, Right patient, and documentation. I believe "D" is correct: Right dose, right patient, right formulation, right...Read More

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Florieourworld
Answered: Jun 19, 2018
The six rights of safe medication administration 1. Right patient Ask the patient their first and last name Does the order match the patient? 2. Right medication ...Read More

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Krissie
Answered: Oct 07, 2018
Your answer is incorrect.Your answer doesn't include checking to see if you have the right patient. Remember the phrase "I must do this right" I = Right patient Must = Right...Read More

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Markda John
Answered: Mar 19, 2018
PRN is a medical term pertaining to medication. PRN stands for prescribed as needed and refers to medicines that a patient takes only when they need it versus medicines that would be taken on a...Read More

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Kamarthompson
Answered: Mar 28, 2020
Drugs administered by the sublingual route have a relatively slow absorption rate

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John Smith
Answered: Mar 28, 2020
Intraosmolar

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John Adney
Answered: Apr 19, 2017
Hmmmm very different from what I have learned. We give SL route FOR the speed of absorption.

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John Smith
Answered: Mar 28, 2020
Never record on the chart any medication that you did not give or record them before you give them.
Never give medication prepared by another nurse even if that nurse is your supervisor
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Praisechukwu
Answered: Jun 01, 2017
Checking label right after giving medication to patient is killing. It is rather more correct to check for name, dosage, amount and route before giving drugs to avoid giving medication wrongly.

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John Adney
Answered: Sep 08, 2017

Follow right of medication administration.

CHECK expiry

colour and cosistency

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Wyatt Williams
Answered: Mar 28, 2020
Right medication, right route, right date, right documentation, right dose, right time

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