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Putting medication in a client’s mouth or applying to skin
Placing a medication in a client’s hand
Using professional nursing judgment about a medication
Steadying or guiding a client’s wrist
Reminding or coaching a client to take medication
The likelihood of a drug interaction occurring increases as the number of medications being taken by a client increases.
The window of time a medication can normally be safely taken is within: (circle the correct answer)
Only clients living in an adult family home or boarding home can self-direct care tasks to a caregiver.
The following care tasks can not be done by a caregiver under nurse delegation. (circle the correct answer)
A caregiver can assist a client with PRN medications, when there are clear, written directions and: (circle the correct answer)
What needs to be documented regarding medication is up to the caregiver in an adult family home or boarding home.
The wrong medication was given to a client by mistake. Your first action must be to: (circle the correct answer)
When assisting with medications, you must read the medication label and verify it is the correct time, dosage, and route: (circle the correct answer)
Only report a client’s continued refusal to take a medication if you think it will harm him/her.