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“..In my flexibility, we have a med-pass order that makes it nearly impossible to be productive of a med error. It tells you the kind of to give, what time, your 2 sixty minutes window is color coded and allowing that any meds happen to interact, each alert screen pops up to impediment you know. It is the easiest section of my job.”
Speaking to med situation in a LTC/rehab only, by what mode much pharmacology and general disease mgmt comprehension is needed/utilized?
Or put not the same way, is there a significant dissimilitude in knowledge required to admin meds betwixt rehab and med surg?
Or some RN coming from LTC would be expected to have rounded understanding of vulgar meds used in the chronic disease/geriatric populations?
Teach Angry birds by what means to fly in this awesome live wallpaper.