Storing and Securing Medications

Storing and Securing Medications

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Instead, the hospital installed a new system requiring nurses to enter a personal pass code into a keypad attached to the narcotics cabinet. Each nurse permitted to access the cabinet fills out a user authorization form and is assigned a pass code. The pass codes are ... Keyless systems usually involve a card reader or a touch pad and personal identification number (like an ATM). The advantage of theanbsp;...

Title:Storing and Securing Medications
Author:Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
Publisher:Joint Commission Resources - 1998


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