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Subchapter 3. Health and Safety of Pupils. Article 4.5. Administration of Emergency Anti-Seizure Medication by Trained Volunteer Nonmedical School Personnel. Definitions   

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As used in this Article, the following definitions apply:

(a)An "emergency anti-seizure medication" means diazepam rectal gel and emergency medications approved by the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA), prescribed for patients with epilepsy for the management of seizures by persons without the credentials listed in section 622 below.

(b)"Emergency medical assistance" means the administration of an emergency anti-seizure medication to a pupil suffering from an epileptic seizure.

(c)"Nonmedical school personnel" or "nonmedical school employees" means employees of a school district, county office of education or charter school who do not possess the licenses listed in section 622 below.

(d) "Supervision" means review, observation, and/or instruction of a designated nonmedical school employee's performance, but does not necessarily require the immediate presence of the supervisor at all times.

Authority cited:

Education Code 33031

Education Code 49414.7

Reference:

Education Code 49414.7

(Added by Register 2012, No. 44.)