Level 1 - Medication Aide (LIMA)

This manual presents content designed for individuals seeking to be qualified to administer medications in residential care facilities and community residential facilities. Body substance precautions have been incorporated. Anatomy and physiology section contains health problems and related diseases, aging process, and observations to report to licensed nurse. Also includes measuring vital signs and administration of medications by all routes except parenteral routes. (IML 1993)
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