1. I've never heard of any nurse who did "loose" a license for passing meds late. You can "lose" a license, not "loose" it, but I still never heard of any nurse who lost their license for a late med pass.
2. State surveyors only watch nurses pass meds to maybe 7 or 8 residents.
3. When state is in the building, you will see more staff than ever. Ask one of them to help you finish your med pass. Of course, once state exits the building and finishes their survey, all that extra staff will be gone.
4. When state is in the building, you need to use BP equipment provided by your nursing home. Your personal BP cuff hasn't been calibrated. Of course, you can do what you want when state isn't there watching you.