In regards to earlier comments..
I'm an LPN student in PA and according to the State BON, LPN's may hang piggybacks, administer nutrient solutions, electrolytes, ect. They may also start IV's (if facility permits, of course.) The LPN's in PA may not however, hang blood or blood products (including fresh frozen plasma or Rhogam,) administer antineoplastics, TPN (although they're trying to change this i'm told,) give IV push meds or titrated meds. Again, this is all according to the state BON, and you'd also have to check to make sure your facility allows, but to summarize..yes, LPN's in PA do work with IV's.