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1 March, 08:28

The Position Statement 15.27 The Licensed Vocational Nurse Scope of Practice on the board's website outlines that LVNs have a "directed" scope of practice "under supervision." This means that:

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  1. 1 March, 08:45
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    LVN can perform the initial assessment based on the defined presumptive and conclusive sign and submit his/her findings to the physician

    Explanation:

    Under this, LVN performs assessment on his/her own to determine the changes in the condition of patient and report it to the physician. Their task involves identifying some presumptive signs such as response state of patient, his/her pulse, body temperature, pupil etc. and conclusive signs such as presence of liver mortis, and any sign of irreversible death.

    The LVN must submit his/her clinical finding report to the physician
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