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State Regulations

State Regulations

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The information provided on the state pages is not intended to be comprehensive; it represents available information published online by State Nursing Boards, State Medical Boards, and various legislative entities, as of the date the page was last updated. Health care professionals are advised to consult a lawyer to determine compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations, and to consult their Board of Nursing or other appropriate medical professionals or administrators before administering anesthetic or sedative products to determine proper conduct in your particular situation, to assess current regulations, and to comply with individual facility guidelines and policies.

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