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The authorization to crush the specific medication must be documented on the resident's medication card or its equivalent; (7) administer medications or feedings by way of a tube inserted in a cavity of the body; (8) receive or assume responsibility for reducing to writing a verbal or telephone order from a physician, dentist, or podiatrist; (9) order a resident's medications from a pharmacy; (10) apply topical medications that involve the treatment of skin that is broken or blistered or when a specified aseptic technique is ordered by the attending physician; (11) steal, divert, or otherwise misuse medication; (12) violate any provision of the Health and Safety Code or this chapter; (13) fraudulently procure or attempt to procure a permit; (14) neglect to administer appropriate medications, as prescribed, in a responsible manner; or (15) administer medications if the person is unable to do so with reasonable skill and safety to residents by reason of drunkenness and/or excessive use of drugs, narcotics, chemicals, or any other type of material.
(a) Each applicant for a permit issued under Health and Safety Code, Chapter 242, Subchapter N, must complete a training program unless the applicant meets the requirements of subsection (c) or (d) of this section.
(8) Licensed vocational nurse – A person licensed by the BON , or who holds a license from another state recognized by the BON, to practice vocational nursing in Texas.
(9) Medication aide – A person permitted by DADS to administer medications to facility residents, correctional facility inmates, or to persons served by home and community support services agencies.
(2) A student described in paragraph (1)(B), (D), or (E) of this subsection may administer medication only as part of the student's clinical experience (3) A person described in paragraph (1) of this subsection must act under the supervision of an individual as set forth in applicable law and rules.
(a) A permit holder under Health and Safety Code, Chapter 242, Subchapter N, may: (1) observe and report to the facility's charge licensed nurse reactions and side effects to medication shown by a resident; (2) take and record vital signs prior to the administration of medication which could affect or change the vital signs; (3) administer regularly prescribed medication which the permit holder has been trained to administer only after personally preparing (setting up) the medication to be administered.
(6) Facility – An institution licensed under the Health and Safety Code, Chapter 242; a state supported living center as defined in the Health and Safety Code, §531.002(17); an intermediate care facility for persons with an intellectual disability operated by a community center established under Health and Safety Code, Chapter 534; or an assisted living facility licensed under the Health and Safety Code, Chapter 247.
(7) Licensed nurse – A licensed vocational nurse or a licensed registered nurse.
Determining when an eye examination and health check of the eye are required is a professional determination by the doctor based upon the appropriate “standard of care.” No. If changes are desired or if the optician has a question regarding the prescription, the optometrist must be contacted.
When a contact lens prescription is issued, the doctor is required to place an expiration date on that prescription.