Special Concideration In Admnistartion


In order to avoid the complications and risk of medication, a nurse should follow some rules
          Read the physicians order carefully before preparing the drug. No medicine should be prepared without a written order. Verbal order is considerable in case of emergency.
·        Check the medicine card against the physician's order.
·        Concentrate the mind and avoid conversation while preparing medication.
·        Calculate the fractions of drug accurately.
·        Give the medicine only from a labelled container,
·        Shake the fluid medicine well before pouring it to the ounce glass.
·        Pour the medicine from the bottle only on the side opposite to the label.
·        Wipe the mouth of the bottle, close it tightly and replace it after use.
·        When taking tablets and capsules. Never touch them with hands.
·        Once the medication is poured, never pour it back to the same bottle.
·        Prepare the drug just before the time of administration.
·        Observe and follow the rights of administration.
·        Observe the symptoms of over dosage before it is administered.
·        Identify the client carefully, by name, identification number and identification band.   Give the drugs one by one.
·        Stay with the client until he has taken the medicine completely.
·        Observe for any contraindication like nausea, vomiting, giddiness etc.
·        Always give the medicine that you have prepared.
·        Do not allow the medication glass to touch the mouth.
·        Always provide a glass of water after oral medication.
·        Report an error in medication immediately to the physician or in charge nurse.
·        Do not leave the medicine with the client.
·        Never give water after the administration of cough syrup,
·        If the client has nasogastric tube for feeding, the nurse can powder the medicine and dissolve it in a solution and feed the client.
·        Enteric-coated tablets should never be chewed or crushed for ease administration. 
·        The lozenges are to be suck and and not chewed until they are completely discharged in mouth.
·        Record each dose of drug, soon after it is administered.
·        Use standard abbreviations in recording the medicine.
·        Record only the medicine which you have administered.
·        Never record a medicine before its administration.
·        Record the effects observed. Local and systemic effect.
·        Record the medicine that have been refused or vomited by the patients.
·        Record the medicine that you have not given, and the reason for non-administration.



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