§ 6400.169. Self-administration of medications.

 (a)  To be considered capable of self-administration of medications an individual shall:

   (1)  Be able to recognize and distinguish the individual’s medication.

   (2)  Know how much medication is to be taken.

   (3)  Know when medication is to be taken.

 (b)  Insulin that is self-administered by an individual shall be measured by the individual or by licensed or certified medical personnel.


   The provisions of this §  6400.169 adopted August 9, 1991, effective November 8, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 3595.

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