Section 1: Introduction A. About This Course B. Objectives Section 2: Oral, Bulingual, and Buccal Medication Administration A. Meet Inmate Dorothy B. Steps of Oral Medication Procedure C. Sublingual & Buccal Medication Administration D. Steps of Liquid Medication Procedure E. Steps of Mouth Check Procedure F. Legal Issues G. Medication Administration Record H. Let’s Practice I. Summary Section 3: Special Medication Procedures A. Assessing Inmate Lacey’s Vision B. Physician Prescriptions C. Procedure for New Medication/Changes in Medication D. Procedure for New Medication/Change in Medication: Transcription E. Procedures for When the Individual is Away from Agency F. Procedures for Verbal Orders G. Let’s Practice H. Procedures for PRN & OTC Medications I. Additional Routes of Medication Administration J. “How To” Properly Use Eye Drops K. Let’s Practice L. “How To” Properly Use Eye Ointments M. Let’s Practice N. “How To” Properly Use Ear Drops O. Let’s Practice P. Administrating Topical Medications Q. Let’s Practice R. Administering Nebulizer Treatments S. Administering Transdermal Patches T. Let’s Practice U. Summary Section 4: Special Issues in Medication Administration A. Assessing Inmate Darrel B. Assisting Individuals Who Have Difficulty Swallowing C. Assisting Individuals Who Refuse Medication D. Offenders Who Continue to Refuse Medication E. Errors in Medication Administration F. Resolutions to Medication Administration Errors G. Let’s Practice H. Summary Section 5: Summary A. Summary B. What Did You Learn? C. References D. Congratulations
Ms. Marsh is a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant who consults with attorney clients on cases involving medical malpractice, personal injury, toxic tort, products liabiltiy and workman's compensation cases. She was the Medical Director at Dakota Women's Correctional and Rehab Center, New England, ND. Disclosure: DeeAnn S. Marsh, RN, CCN/M, CLNC has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.