Ok, so lately, I have been struggling with how to be prepared if I ever have to run a code on one of my patients. I do a good job with learning their history, and reporting changes during my shift. But, in a true code, how to you address a patient's allergies? Especially when they have a list a mile long! I feel like I'd be the thorn in everyones side since I'd be afraid to push meds that have been ordered, but not reviewed and cleared by pharmacy. To me, that's an extra safety step I'm skipping if I just pull it out and give it like I've seen others do. On the other side of things, maybe they are just that familiar with the drugs, while I still have to look up stuff with my scheduled med pass. How do you handle pushing meds with patient allergies?