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Texas Legalities of Infusion Therapy - DEMO


Chapter 1: Nursing Regulations and State Boards of Nursing

Texas Legalities of Infusion Therapies

It is imperative that all nurses understand the rules and regulations set forth by the state that governs the nurse’s practice. Each state has rules and regulations that differ from one another, therefore it is necessary for each nurse to know the specific state(s) in which he or she practices; guidelines, rules and laws. The following information guides facilities, organizations, and all licensed nurses regarding the board’s guidelines pertaining to infusion therapy practices.  The Texas State Board of Nursing, through the nurse practice act, practice opinions mandates very specifically the requirements that must be followed to practice infusion therapy.  This course will guide you through the Texas State Board of Nursing website to all documents that impact the provision of infusion therapies by nurses.  It is always recommended that the Board’s website be checked independently as any state board can append, amend and change the rules and regulations that nurses are expected to follow.


Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

  1. List the 2 components required for the LVN to practice IV therapy in the state of Texas. 
  2. Describe the importance of the content of employer’s policy and procedures.
  3. State 3 IV related tasks that are stated by the Texas Board of Nursing to be outside of the LVN’s Scope of Practice.


Chapter 1: Nursing Regulations and State Boards of Nursing

  • Boards of Nursing
  • Nurse Practice Acts
  • Licensure

Chapter 2: Texas State Board of Nursing

Chapter 3: Texas Nurse Practice Act

  • Rules and Regulations

Chapter 4: Texas Scope of Practice

Chapter 5: Delegation

Chapter 6: Position Statements 

  • Position statements pertaining to all infusion therapies

Author's note:

This course will link to the Texas Board of Nursing's website. The Board may move pages within their website that will render our links broken. This is out of the author's control. Should you encounter a broken link, please use the "report a problem" button at the top of the page to report the issue, so that we may find the correct link to the Texas BON website.

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