# Dr. Williams has ordered IV saline for a patient who is severely dehydrated. He asks his...

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Dr. Williams has ordered IV saline for a patient who is severely dehydrated. He asks his certified medical assistant, Katie, to put in the IV. Katie is not familiar with her scope of practice and has only observed and assisted the nurse manager previously. She is torn as her physician is telling her to do so and she does practice under her physician’s license. Checking your state’s scope of practice, should she follow her doctor’s orders? What should Katie say to her physician? How can she manage this situation?

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