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Medication Administration: Are You Up to Date?

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Pharmacists working in long-term care facilities are often called upon to educate nurses and other care staff on proper medicationadministration technique. New medications, as well as new drug-delivery methods for older medications, require all health care practitioners to learn about the specific manufacturers' recommendations for each product. In addition, keeping abreast of current infection-control standards is imperative for all staff administering medications.
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Keywords: Diabetes; Feeding tube; Glucometer; Infection; Inhaler; Medication administration; Nebulizer; Tablet-splitting; Transdermal

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2011-05-01

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  • The Consultant Pharmacist® is the official peer-reviewed journal of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists. It is dedicated exclusively to the medication needs of the elderly in all settings, including adult day care, ambulatory care, assisted living, community, hospice, and nursing facilities. This award-winning journal is a member benefit of ASCP. Individuals who are not members and wish to receive The Consultant Pharmacist® will want to consider joining ASCP.
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