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     36-9B-2.   Duties. A medical assistant under the responsibility and direct supervision of a person licensed to practice medicine in the State of South Dakota may perform the following duties:
             (1)      Performing clinical procedures to include:
             (a)      Performing aseptic procedures;
             (b)      Taking vital signs;
             (c)      Preparing patients for examination;
             (d)      Phlebotomous blood withdrawal and nonintravenous injections; and
             (e)      Observing and reporting patients' signs or symptoms;
             (2)      Administering basic first aid;
             (3)      Assisting with patient examinations or treatment;
             (4)      Operating office medical equipment;
             (5)      Collecting routine laboratory specimens;
             (6)      Administering medications by unit dosage;
             (7)      Performing basic laboratory procedures; and
             (8)      Performing office procedures including all general administrative duties.

Source: SL 1991, ch 304, ยง 2.


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