Can a CNA give vaccine injections or any kind of injections?
Answers: Only a Nurse or Medical Asst. are allowed to do injections there are no spacial training you can get. other then going back to school to obtain a degree.
Not without additional training. If you go to school for CNA alone you will not be able to do injections
Only if the CNA has had special training for this. Normally if you have special training for this you are a CMA aka certified medical assistant.
Possibly, you might have to have a medication aid certification.
Their training is only limited to non-invasive procedures and injections are considered invasive.
But is some hospitals i have seen CNAs administer IM medications with the supervision of the RN.
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