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Medication Administration. POWERPOINT JEOPARDY. Fantastic Five. Groups of Three. Is It This or That?. I Don’t Want That. “Pay” Attention. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 20. 20. 20. 20. 20. 30. 30. 30. 30. 30. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. Topical is an example - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Topical is an example

    Category 1 10 Points

  • Usually ordered in mg

    Category 1 20 Points

  • How often per day a medication is given

    Category 1 30 Points

  • Tylenol or Acetaminophen

    Category 1 40 Points

  • An Emergency Fact Sheet may help to figure out

    Category 1 50 Points

  • Therapeutic Effect, No Apparent Desired Effect or Unwanted Effect

    Category 2 10 Points

  • Mindfulness, Maximizing Capabilities and Communication

    Category 2 20 Points

  • The parts of the medication administration process

    Category 2 30 Points

  • This is done three times before administering medication

    Category 2 40 Points

  • Basic sections in a Count Book

    Category 2 50 Points

  • 113 pounds

    Category 3 10 Points

  • My stomach hurts

    Category 3 20 Points

  • Crying

    Category 3 30 Points

  • Bruise

    Category 3 40 Points

  • The length of time a seizure lasts

    Category 3 50 Points

  • When a person receives a medication ordered to help calm them and instead is unable to relax

    Category 4 10 Points

  • A rash means this might be happening

    Category 4 20 Points

  • This is a possibility if the person has hives and difficulty breathing after receiving a medication

    Category 4 30 Points

  • This happens when too much medication builds up in the body

    Category 4 40 Points

  • An example is nausea

    Category 4 50 Points

  • You bring 2 forms of ID; 1 form of ID is government issued, signed and has a photo of you but it is expired. You are considered a

    Category 5 10 Points

  • If you are 1 second late for your scheduled test you are considered a

    Category 5 20 Points

  • What happens if you bring your child to the test area on test day?

    Category 5 30 Points

  • What happens when you exhaust your state funded tests

    3 Knowledge3 Med Pass3 Transcription

    Category 5 40 Points

  • If you do not bring 2 forms of ID you are considered a

    Category 5 50 Points

    Created by Educational Technology Network. www.edtechnetwork.com 2009

    **What is a route?*What is a dose?*What is frequency?*What is medication?*What is the right person?*What are the 3 possible outcomes when giving medications?*What are the principles of medication administration?*What is prepare, administer and complete?*What are the three cross-checks?*What are the index, count sheets and shift count verification sheets?*What is objective information?*What is subjective information?*What is objective information?*What is objective information?*What is objective information?*What is paradoxical effect?*What is an allergic reaction?*What is an anaphylactic reaction?*What is toxicity?*What is a side effect?*What is a no show and must pre-pay before rescheduling?*What is a no show and must pre-pay before rescheduling?

    *What is a no show and must pre-pay before rescheduling?*What is you must pre-pay before scheduling?*What is a no show and must pre-pay before rescheduling?

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