I worked for Baptist Health Little Rock and North Little Rock three years ago and that is how we got our LPN II. After 6 months we had to take an IV push medication class where we were educated on PICC and CVL lines and general IV care. We had to also take a test on about 13 to 14 different medications that we were allowed to push. We were not allowed to push IV narcotics, anti anxiety medications, or B/P medications. Some of the things we could push were Lasix, Toradol, Reglan, Pepcid, and Protonix. In addition I passed medications and hung IV fluids. Baptist trained us LPNs to do just about everything but hanging blood and pushing narcs. Baptist has pretty much done away with LPNs in the hospital now though. I work for the VA now and they do not allow LPNs to push anything other than saline.