Medication Administration - Continuing Education Quiz

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1. To make sure you are giving a medication to the right client. you should:(Required)
1. To make sure you are giving a medication to the right client. you should:
2. Nursing assistants in every state are allowed to administer over-the-counter medications to their clients.(Required)
2. Nursing assistants in every state are allowed to administer over-the-counter medications to their clients.
3. If a physician orders your client to receive a medication t.i.d. you should administer it:(Required)
3. If a physician orders your client to receive a medication t.i.d. you should administer it:
4. Whenever a client has trouble swallowing a large tablet, you should cut it into several smaller pieces.(Required)
4. Whenever a client has trouble swallowing a large tablet, you should cut it into several smaller pieces.
5. If you are ordered to assist a client with his medications. you may:(Required)
5. If you are ordered to assist a client with his medications, you may:
6. Medication errors:(Required)
6. Medication errors:
7. Before administering a medication, you should document the time you plan to give it to the client.(Required)
7. Before administering a medication, you should document the time you plan to give it to the client.
8. Every client has the right to refuse a medication.(Required)
8. Every client has the right to refuse a medication.
9. Medication aides should know the common side effects of the drugs they give to their clients.(Required)
9. Medication aides should know the common side effects of the drugs they give to their clients.
10. An elixir is a topical medication that is meant to be rubbed into the skin.(Required)
10. An elixir is a topical medication that is meant to be rubbed into the skin.
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