alexa Safeguarding Sedation Medications

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Safeguarding Sedation Medications

Universally, sedation and anesthesia providers are challenged with the task of effectively securing sedation and anesthesia medications from the time of preparation until time of administration. When sedation or anesthesia is provided in a setting such as an operating room or an organized sedation space, the medications are generally considered to be secured by virtue of the controlled space. Securing sedation medications can become problematic with “off-site” sedation or anesthesia, such as in the MRI setting, oncology unit, dental clinic and other areas. The Joint Commission defines medications being secure as: “In a locked container, in a locked room or under constant surveillance”.

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