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Title: Annual Up-date


1
STATE OF CONNECTICUT Department of Children
and Families Medication Administration
Certification Training Based on the Basic
Medication Administration Curriculum 2010 Edition
Recertification
Review Guide
1
Recertification Review Guide, Unit 10
2
Unit 10
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Recertification Review Guide, Unit 10
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Regulations re safeguarding the medications and
the medication storage keys
  • The medication storage keys must be carried by
    the medication certified staff person or licensed
    medical person on duty

3
Recertification Review Guide, Unit 10
4
Storage requirement fornon-controlled medications
  • Non-controlled medications must be stored in a
    locked, immobile container that is accessible
    only to med certified or licensed medical staff

4
Recertification Review Guide, Unit 10
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Storage requirement forcontrolled medications
  • Controlled medications must be stored in a
    locked, immobile container that is inside another
    locked, immobile container accessible only to
    medication certified staff or licensed medical
    staff

5
Recertification Review Guide, Unit 10
6
Controlled medication count
  • Must be performed at the change of shift or
    whenever the responsibility for the medications
    changes

6
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7
IncorrectControlled medication count
1
If the controlled medication count is
wrong (there is a discrepancy)
Contact your chain of command
2
Complete an incident report
3
Forward the incident report to the Dept. of
Consumer Protection Drug Control Division and to
DCF
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Refrigerated medications
  • The medication refrigerator must be kept at 36 -
    46F. Medications stored in the refrigerator
    must be accessible only to med certified or
    licensed medical staff

8
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9
Storage of external, internal and emergency
medications
  • Internal medications and external (topical)
    medications must be stored separately from each
    other
  • Emergency medications (Epi-pens and rescue asthma
    inhalers) must be stored where all trained staff
    may have easy access to them. They should not be
    locked with other medications.

9
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Guidelines for destroying non-controlled and
controlled medications
  • 2 DCF med certified staff may destroy
    non-controlled medications
  • Contact Drug Control Division of Consumer
    Protection if controlled medications need to be
    destroyed
  • Follow your facilitys policy and procedure for
    destroying medications

10
Recertification Review Guide, Unit 10
11
Unit 10 Quiz
1. Who may legally dispense medication? Who may legally dispense medication?
a) licensed practitioners, RNs, med admin certified staff
b) pharmacists, licensed practitioners, RNs
c) pharmacists, licensed practitioners
d) pharmacists, med admin certified staff

2. True or False The controlled medication count must be performed at the change of shift or whenever the responsibility for the medications changes True or False The controlled medication count must be performed at the change of shift or whenever the responsibility for the medications changes

3. True or False 2 DCF med certified staff may destroy non-controlled medications True or False 2 DCF med certified staff may destroy non-controlled medications
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Answers to Unit 10 Quiz
1. Who may legally dispense medication?
1. c) pharmacists, licensed practitioners

2. True or False The controlled medication count must be performed at the change of shift or whenever the responsibility for the medications changes
2. True

3. True or False 2 DCF med certified staff may destroy non-controlled medications
3. True
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Recertification Review Guide, Unit 10
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