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NORTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS & REHABILITATION CMT II. Correctional Medical Training II Previously Medication Assistant I PROGRAM IN COLLABORATION WITH MINOT STATE UNIVERSITY. Jo Ann Sund, RN. Constance B. Kalanek PhD, RN. November 16, 2007. November 16, 2007.

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north dakota department of corrections rehabilitation cmt ii

NORTH DAKOTADEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS & REHABILITATIONCMT II

Correctional Medical Training IIPreviouslyMedication Assistant IPROGRAM IN COLLABORATION WITHMINOT STATE UNIVERSITY

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Jo Ann Sund, RN

Constance B. Kalanek PhD, RN

November 16, 2007

November 16, 2007

NORTH DAKOTA BOARD OF NURSING

CERTIFICATE OF APPROVAL

Medication Assistant Program I

Offered by

NORTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION

BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA

Has met the standards for a medication assistant program I

And is approved by the North Dakota Board of Nursing

From November 2007 to November 2011

requirements
Requirements
  • Passed CMT I
  • CPR certification
  • Detailed start and finish date of course work.
  • Clinical check list score of 90%
  • Student written exam of 85%
  • North Dakota Board of Nursing regulations allow no more than one retake without further instruction.
medication
Medication
  • Prevent Disease
  • Aid in diagnosis of disease
  • Treat a disease or reduce symptoms
  • Restore normal body function
  • Maintain normal body function
why training to give medications in corrections
Why training to give medications in corrections?
  • Medications can be dangerous
  • Medications may be unfamiliar
  • Rules and procedures are required by law in correctional facilities.
  • Correctional facilities must control medication storage and delivery.
correctional delivery model
Correctional Delivery Model
  • Physician or dentist
  • Pharmacist
  • Nurse
  • Correctional staff or officer
  • ***As Correctional staff not allowed to make judgments about medication, only observe and report.
medication cycle
Medication Cycle
  • Observation (observe the offender and report changes, report side effects)
  • Prescription (report any known complications such as an allergy)
  • Administration (Monitor correct dose to be given)
  • Documentation (check and record on MAR)
correctional staff responsibilities
Correctional staff responsibilities
  • Adherence to laws and correctional facility policies
  • Observing for side effects
  • Ensuing safety and sanitation policies are followed.
what are your institutions policies
What are your institutions policies?
  • Prescription medication
  • Non prescription medication
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Laws
  • Food and Drug Act
  • Controlled Substance Act of 1970
observation skills
Observation Skills
  • Visual
  • Auditory
  • Smell
  • Touch
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General Appearance
  • Body Posture
  • General State of Health and Appetite.
  • Physical Activity Level
  • Physical condition of skin
  • Facial expressions and speech
  • General emotional state and state of awareness
  • Bowel and bladder
medication verification
Medication Verification
  • Proper label on medication
  • Name of pharmacy
  • Address of pharmacy
  • Number of prescription
  • Offenders name
  • Physician name
  • Date filled
  • Type of medication and amount
  • Instructions for taking medication
  • Initial of pharmacist
references for verifying medications
References for verifying medications
  • Call pharmacy
  • Call physician
  • Call nearest hospital or poison control
  • Call facility nurse
  • Mosby or Sanders Nursing Drug Reference Handbook
  • Facility nurse or supervisor should be notified if problems or questions.
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MAR or Medication Administration Record
  • Keep on person medications
  • Storage in a cool dry area unless otherwise instructed.
6 rights to medication delivery
6 rights to medication delivery

Right Individual

Right Documentation

Right Dose

Right Route

Right Time

Right Medication

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Before meals a.c.
  • Every q
  • Every hour qh
  • Every six hours q6h
  • After meals p.c.
  • Three times an day tid
  • Two times a day bid
  • As needed prn
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By mouth p.o.
  • Intramuscular I.M.
  • Intravenous I.V.
  • Suppository supp.
  • Pertaining to eyes Ophth
  • Pertaining to the ear Otic
  • Subcutaneous SQ
  • Sublingual SL
  • Inside cheek buc
body systems
Body systems
  • Skeletal
  • Bones and joints
  • Body support, protect organs
  • Muscular
  • Muscles
  • Body movement
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Nervous
  • Brain and spinal cord
  • Control body activity
  • Circulatory
  • Heart and blood
  • Carry oxygen and nutrients to the cells
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Respiratory
  • Nose and lungs
  • Provide air
  • Urinary
  • Kidneys and bladder
  • Remove wastes
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Gastrointestinal
  • Mouth, stomach and bowel
  • Digest food remove waste
  • Endocrine
  • Thyroid and pancreas
  • Secrete hormones
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Skin
  • Skin
  • Protection
  • Sensory
  • Eye, ears, nose
  • Sight, hearing and sound
effects of medication
Effects of medication
  • Follows the same route as food
  • Body Weight
  • Age
  • Sex
  • Pregnancy and lactation
  • Genetic factors
  • Psychological factors
  • Illness/disease
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Desired effects
  • Side effects (allergy)
  • No apparent effect
medication interactions
Medication Interactions
  • Potentiation
  • Antagonism
  • Unique effect
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Any change in behavior or physical condition the first few days of starting a new medication should be reported to nurse or shift supervisor.
medication names
Medication names
  • Trade or brand names
  • Generic names
  • Chemical names
  • Family or category
steps in oral medication procedure
Steps in oral medication procedure
  • Correct time or medication times schedule
  • Hand washing
  • Unlock storage area
  • Check label, Remove right dose from container
  • Report changes in appearance of medication to nurse, supervisor, or pharmacist
  • Observe swallowing of medication
  • Replace medication in locked storage area.
  • Chart medication
  • Observe for desired or side effects
steps in liquid medication delivery
Steps in liquid medication delivery
  • Time schedule
  • Hand washing
  • Unlock storage area
  • Check label
  • Shake before pouring and pour away from label side.
  • Pour at eye level and pour right before giving
  • Don’t mix other medications or with other liquid medication
  • Observe swallowing of liquid
  • Replace in locked storage area
  • Chart medication
  • Observe and report medication effects
special medication procedures correctional staff
Special Medication ProceduresCorrectional staff
  • What is the purpose and desired effect of medication given.
  • Response time
  • Side effects
  • Possible interactions with other medications.
  • Special storage or administration procedures.
  • Controlled substance counted and controlled
  • Controlled substances are not advocated to be used in correctional facilities.
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What is your facility’s procedure if offender is away from facility regarding medication delivery?
  • Procedures for verbal orders. Only a licensed nurse can take a verbal order.
  • Procedures for prn medications. Most correctional facilities don’t allow. Must be documented appropriately.
eye drops or ointments
Eye drops or ointments
  • Wash hands soap and water. Use gloves
  • Avoid touching around the eye with dropper or vehicle for dispensing. Keep dropper and eye area clean.
  • Lying down position or head tilted back.
  • Index finger pull eye lid down to form a pocket. Support rest of hand on nose and cheek.
  • Drop desired amount in pocket
  • Replace cap and have offender close eye gently
  • Wash hands after removing gloves and return to storage area.
ear drops
Ear drops
  • Wash hands soap and water
  • Check medication delivery system
  • Medication bottle and ear are clean
  • Warm drops in hand shake
  • Tilt ear up. Hold ear lobe down and back
  • Place prescribed amount in ear.
  • Don’t put dropper into the ear canal.
  • Keep ear tilted awhile and then insert cotton plug.
  • Wash hands
topical medication
Topical medication
  • Position offender in a comfortable position
  • Wash hands wear gloves
  • Check label
  • Follow directions on label can use a tongue blade
  • Creams rub gently
  • Lotions pat or dab on skin
  • Liniments rub vigorously
  • Aerosol sprays 3-6 inch away
  • Form medication place next to skin and spray
  • Remove gloves wash hands and store properly.
nebulizer treatment
Nebulizer treatment
  • Wash hands: prepare supplies and set up equipment
  • Offender sit upright check heart rate and respiration rate and record.
  • Check MAR and appropriate dosage of medication
  • Place mouth piece in mouth and start machine. When medication is gone, shut off machine.
  • Check heart rate and respiration rate and record.
  • Wash equipment and hands
transdermal patches
Transdermal patches
  • Wash hands wear gloves
  • Check medication label with MAR
  • Date and initial patch before applying
  • Remove old patch
  • Apply to non-hairy area as directed
  • Place patch on skin and hold down with palm 30 seconds
  • Remove gloves, wash hands and document in MAR
difficulty swallowing
Difficulty swallowing
  • Sitting position
  • Small sips water
  • Take one tablet at a time
  • Rest between tablets
  • Put medication in a teaspoon of pudding etc.
  • Check if comes in a liquid.
refusal of medication
Refusal of medication
  • Document the reason for refusal and follow facility policy for medication refusal.
  • Allow time to pass and reoffered medication?
  • Notify nurse or shift supervisor
errors in medication administration
Errors in medication administration
  • Use facility policy such as an incident report or variance.
  • Wrong individual
  • Wrong medication
  • Wrong dose
  • Wrong time
  • Wrong route
  • Wrong procedure/documentation
anticonvulsant
Anticonvulsant
  • Control seizures
  • Side effects
  • Drowsiness
  • Upset stomach
  • Constipations
  • Sore throat/infection
  • Dizziness/unsteadiness
  • Slurred speech
antibiotic
Antibiotic
  • Purpose treat infections given for 4-10 days. It is important to take all medication.
  • Side effects
  • Rash or hives
  • Itching
  • Nausea or vomiting
analgesics
Analgesics
  • Relieve pain
  • Side effects
  • Drowsiness
  • Constipation
  • Headache
  • Nausea/vomiting
  • Slow respirations
psychotropic
Psychotropic
  • Reduce symptoms of emotional disorders
  • Side effects
  • Nausea and loss of appetite
  • Weight gain and metabolic syndrome (diabetes and high cholesterol)
  • Diarrhea
hormones
Hormones
  • Stimulate metabolism
  • Birth Control
  • Insulin
  • Steroids
  • Hormone replacement therapy.
antacid
Antacid
  • Relieve upset stomach
  • Side effect
  • Constipation
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Anti hypertensive
  • Cardiovascular
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Protein pump inhibitors
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