This handy reference tool is useful for medical assisting students going into clinical externship, as well as for new medical assistants on the job. Information is organized into the key national curriculum topics and an outline format provides rapid-access to information when it's needed most. It includes a 6-month planner and notes section for capturing critical information used on the job every day. Tips for clinical success are also included, as well as numerous charts and lists that summarize information into essential components.Medications ABOUT MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION In many states, medical assistants are able to give medications in the medical office. ... he or she should never give a patient a dose of a medication unless the physician is present in the office to respond to any problem or adverse effect. MEDICATION CALCULATIONS Before preparing a medication, it is often necessary to calculate the correct dose.
|Title||:||Saunders Medical Assisting Pocket Pal|
|Author||:||Sue A. Hunt, Jon Zonderman|
|Publisher||:||Saunders - 2002|