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The following is a brief synopsis of LPN scope of practice conditions regarding IV therapy in the following states. Most of the information was taken from the HRSA document: LPNs must also have 2 years experience in initiating peripheral IV therapy for flushing central venous ports and changing fluid rate.
Must be under direction of physician or RN if adjusting dialysis treatment. Alaska — May be delegated responsibly to administer IV meds and manage chronic dialysis care in a healthcare facility. Arizona — May administer IV meds.
California — LVNs with IV certification may start and superimpose IV fluids with vitamins, nutrients, and electrolytes by primary or secondary infusion lines. May also infuse blood and blood products, flush peripheral IV insertion site with heparin or saline.
May not infuse antibiotics, or other medications via secondary IV line. May not infuse TPN or other fluids by central line. May not perform central line blood withdrawal.
Delaware — May initiate and maintain peripheral therapy including IV meds, except by push. Limited central line activities. May not perform IV therapy in home care or residential care settings. May perform certain infusion therapy acts if the above conditions are met and has successfully completed an approved infusion therapy program approved by the BON.
Fluids must be non-medicated, commercially prepared or prepared by a licensed pharmacist. Accepted fluids are limited to those fluids that are generally used as maintenance, and isotonic in nature. Idaho — May hang: May insert analgesic cartridges and program and monitor patient-controlled analgesia pumps.
May monitor equipment, record readings and hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis. LPNs are not allowed to co-sign or administer blood or blood products. Indiana — No specific laws defining scope. Maine — LPNs who have taken IV certification course may administer a heparin bolus as part of the procedure for initiating dialysis in a renal dialysis center.
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