no, not included in practice act.
interpretations regarding venipuncture, intravenous fluids, resuscitation and respiration—statement of policy.
interpretations regarding the administration of drugs—statement of policy.
(a) the following nursing practices fall within the scope of registered nursing practice under 21.11, 21.12 and 21.14 (relating to general functions; venipuncture; intravenous fluids; and administration of drugs):
(b) the following nursing practices fall within the scope of registered nursing practice under 21.11 and 21.14:
(5) monitoring and administering medications by epidural catheter or other pain relief devices to be used as analgesia for pain control. administration of medications as used in this paragraph does not include initiation of the medication.
3) the lpn complies with written policies and procedures which are established by a committee of nurses, physicians, pharmacists and the administration of the agency or institution employing or having jurisdiction over the lpn and which set forth standards, requirements and guidelines for the performance of venipuncture by the lpn and for the administration and withdrawal of intravenous fluids by the lpn. a current copy of the policies and procedures shall be provided to the lpn at least once every 12 months. the policies and procedures shall include standards, requirements and guidelines which:
(i) list, identify and describe the intravenous fluids which may be administered by the lpn. the lpn is not authorized to administer the following intravenous fluids:
(a) antineoplastic agents.
(b) blood and blood products.
(c) total parenteral nutrition.
(d) titrated medications and intravenous push medications other than heparin flush.
your interpretation is correct---only rn may perform in pa.