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In a message dated 8/31/02 8:53:08 AM Central Daylight Time, 
email @ redacted writes:

> But if they carry it on them, someone can grab it out and administer it
> without running to the nurse.  But a lot of people would need to be
> trained in its use.  That is a tricky one.

Mary carries one and there is one in the nurse's office.....three people 
besides the nurse are trained in it's use (inc the principal).....the former 
district kept saying it was against the law (nurse's act) to delegate...they 
were wrong...it falls under emergency procedures not injectables...the 
director of the State Board of Nurses cleared this one up for us.....just 
because a district says it is against the law does not necessarily mean it 
is...do your own research.....
Beverly, Mom to Mary, NINE!!, dx'd 9/97, pumping with Animas and Nick, who is 
now ten!
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