Nev. Admin. Code § 632.455 - Procedures not delegable to licensed practical nurses

Current through March 28, 2022

A licensed practical nurse may not administer intravenously:

1. Any medication other than those listed in NAC 632.450;
2. Any drug which is under investigation by the United States Food and Drug Administration, is an experimental drug or is being used in an experimental method;
3. Any antineoplastic medications;
4. Colloid therapy, including hyperalimentation;
5. Any medication administered by intravenous push; or
6. Any medication used for purposes of sedation.


Nev. Admin. Code § 632.455
Bd. of Nursing, §V subsec. C, eff. 8-21-81-NAC A 1-24-92; R102-03, 10-30-2003; R091-04, 8-13-2004; A by R091-15, eff. 4/4/2016

NRS 632.120

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