Medication Training Test for Unlicensed Personnel
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The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is the federal law that protects student educational records, including health records , and may only be shared on a “need to know” basis *
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KRS 156.502 states that only physicians, advanced registered nurse practitioners (ARNP) or registered nurses (RN) may delegate and train unlicensed school personnel on medication administration. *
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Proof of successful completion of the medication administration training course provided by the Kentucky Department of Education is only valid for the current school year *
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The supervising RN of unlicensed school personnel does not have to be present in the same building or on your bus, but at least available by phone for consultation. *
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School districts have policies and procedures on medication administration readily accessible (from Shanda Brewer) for reference by unlicensed school personnel who have been delegated and trained to administer medications according to KRS 156.502, KRS 158.838 and 704 KAR 4:020 d Question *
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Medication administration requires a parent / guardian written authorization *
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Medication brought in must be in original pharmacy container, with original pharmacy label, and meets the 6 rights of medication administration *
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For intervention in a life-threatening situation, the 3 emergency medications that a registered nurse may train and delegate to unlicensed school personnel to administer are Glucagon, EpiPen, and Diazepam suppository (Diastat rectal gel) *
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Shanda Brewer considers an asthma inhaler to be an emergency medication in Montgomery Co. Schools. *
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According to KRS 158.838, each school district is required to have at least one school employee who has met the requirements of KRS 156.502 on duty during the entire school day to administer Glucagon or Diazepam (Diastat). *
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What would you do FIRST if a student became unconscious ? *
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What is Diabetes? *
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What is the term used to describe LOW blood sugar? *
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Which phrase is true about hypoglycemia? *
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When is Glucagon used to treat hypoglycemia? *
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How is glucagon adminstered? *
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Anaphylaxis may be caused by: *
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Anaphylaxis is a life threatening emergency *
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Signs and symptoms of anaphylaxis include: *
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The recommended injection site for an EpiPen auto-injector is the: *
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Clothing must be removed before using the EpiPen auto injector *
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If administering the EpiPen is necessary, EMS (911) should be called because the effect of the epinephrine will only last 10-15 minutes *
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KRS 158.834 and KRS 158.836 permits a student to self-carry and self-administer emergency medication to treat anaphylaxis. *
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After using the EpiPen auto injector, you should: *
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Seizures may last a few seconds to a few minutes *
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Diastat should be administered AS SOON AS a seizure starts *
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Seizures should be tracked / timed as to when it starts and ends *
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A student should NOT be restrained during a seizure and NEVER place an object in the student's mouth during a seizure *
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A student may be disoriented after a seizure and should not be left alone. *
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All epileptic seizures are convulsive and cause a student to lose consciousness. *
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One option after a convulsive seizure is to turn the patient to the left side *
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What 2 matching items should EVERY emergency medication have ? *
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Disposal of unused medication or expired medication that isn't picked up by the parent / guardian may be: *
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Medications given on a field trip do NOT have to be documented upon return to school? *
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Liquid Medication should be measured at eye level on a flat surface to assure proper dose *
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To decrease medication errors, the 6 rights of medication administration should be checked: *
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Liquid medications should be poured: *
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Before preparing to administer medication, you should: *
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Gloves should be worn when administering eye or ear medications *
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Which Emergency drug may be prescribed to treat a severe allergic reaction? *
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Which Emergency drug may be prescribed to treat seizures? *
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The six rights of medication administration include all EXCEPT: *
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If a medication has been given and not documented, this is a medication error because there is potential for: *
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After the student has taken the oral medication, it is very important to make sure they have swallowed the medication by: *
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What medication is commonly prescribed for Asthma? *
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When administering eye drops what is an appropriate method *
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The information and directions on the IHP and medication labels on all emergency, daily, and prn medications should match *
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Placing a student in the "recovery position" is an appropriate response to a student who has been given Glucagon *
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The length of time that the delegation and training is valid for unlicensed school personnel is: *
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If you have any questions or concerns when giving medications during a field trip, who should you call? *
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