What are the six “patient rights” that should be applied to this episode of drug administration?

1.You are called to back up another ALS unit for a patient who is unresponsive from a narcotic drug overdose. The patient is currently receiving PPV with an oropharyngeal airway placed, and the paramedic on scene is initiating an IV line of normal saline. While he is doing so, he asks you to prepare a 2-mg dose of naloxone (Narcan). The medication is packaged in a vial.

a. List the equipment needed to perform this medication setup.

b. What are the six “patient rights” that should be applied to this episode of drug administration?

c. If the vial of naloxone contains 2 mg of drug in 5 mL of solution, what is the exact concentration of medication, and how many milliliters will you withdraw to achieve the ordered dose of 0.8 mg?

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