At the facility I work at LPN's are aloud to do IV administration on peripherals and central lines. I have come on the shift more than a few times with the leur lock hub off the end of the piccs and central lines. I have taken these nurses aside and shownthem the correct way but there is one nurse that is consistently having problems. Last week one of my patients lines was left open to air because the hub was off, another had saline running with the tubing pushed in the end of the hickman and there was no hub at the end of that one either. Earlier that day she told me that a pt had blood all over the front of her that was coming from her central line after she had done her infusion. I have told my unit manager about this every time there has been an occurence but this nurse is still doing infusions. That seems very dangerous. The unit manager is going to send her to an IV training class but its not for another month. I thought LPN's weren't supposed to do infusions...or does this just depend on the facility's protcol?