How does the NCSBN model compare with Florida’s Nurse Practice act and regulations?

Read the Florida Nurse Practice Act sections 464.001, .002, .003, .016, .017, & .018 and also the Rules of the Board of Nursing sections 64B9-1.001, 5.001, 5.002, 5.003, 5.009, 5.010, 5.011, 5.012, 8.003, 8.0045. 8.005, 8.006 (scan only 8.006), 9.002,9-12, 9-14, 9-15.002 all found at:

Florida Nurse Practice Act: http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&Search_String=&URL=0400-0499/0464/0464PARTIContentsIndex.html

Board of Nursing 64B9: https://www.flrules.org/gateway/Division.asp?toType=&DivID=332%20

1. How does the NCSBN model compare with Florida’s Nurse Practice act and regulations?
2. Which Act/ Rules do you prefer and why?
3. Which one is more restrictive for nurses?
4. Comment on the following scenario:
The RN is taking care of an 86 year old patient 10 days post a 5 vessel bypass. The patient’s fluid balance has been precarious with frequent bouts of congestive heart failure and third spacing of fluids. Today the nurse obtains a BP of 72/40 and starts a bolus of normal saline at 150 mL per hour. The nurse has not tried to contact the physician and there are no standing orders to cover his other actions. Is the RN within his or her scope of practice as set forth in the Florida Nurse Practice Act? In particular, section 464.003 (2).

Answer questions 1-4, APA format, no plagiarism, no set amount of words just thoroughly answer 1-4

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