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Medication timing is extremely important to its therapeutic value to the patient. In the correctional setting, there are sometimes challenges to ensuring that medication is administered timely each day. What should be done if medication administration will be delayed?
Nursing staff may oversee other forms of medication distribution in their medical departments. These include
Pill line may be centralized or decentralized. A centralized method for medication administration
Time critical medications as suggested by the IOM include all of the following, except:
Non-time critical medications as described by the IOM include