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February 08, 2006


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Thank you for you question however, I do not provide legal advice on this blog. My suggestion would be for you to contact the Practice Department for the Georgia Nurses Association for assistance or contact the Center for American Nurses at www.centerforamericannurses.org.


I am looking for verbage on the scope of practice for LPN changing medication dosage without a written MD order. We are in the state of Georgia, medication was insulin, dose was changed based on patient request. Is this legal or is it practicing medicine without a license?

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