Pyxis Notes - Beaumont Health System

Pyxis Notes - Beaumont Health System
Pyxis
Medstation
Pyxis Medstation
“All Meds Out of Pyxis”
All patient medications will be dispensed from the Pyxis Medstation. The nurse will use
the following features most often:
·Remove
·Return
·Waste
·Patient Specific Meds
·Recover Drawer
Pyxis Login and Password
1. Your login will be one of the following:
1.1. Beaumont Employees:
1.1.1. Use your Beaumont Employee ID #
1.2. Non-Beaumont Employees:
1.2.1. Use the last 4-digits of your Social Security #.
2. Use the word NEW as the first password. The first time you login you will be prompted
to change your password to one of your choosing. (Maximum of 8 characters).
BioID
1. To login, enter your Pyxis ID # .
2. Before you type your password, you will be asked if you would like to register your
BioID.
3. Choose YES.
4. Enter your password in the password inset box.
5. Press OK.
6. Read the BioID information on-screen.
7. Press SCAN and follow the prompts to register your BioID.
7.1. Choose one finger to use for BioID. HINT: Use your middle finger to achieve the
best scan.
7.2. Scan the same finger FOUR times
NOTE: This mechanism measures a mathematical distance between specific ridges in the
fingerprint and converts to an algorithm it does NOT store the users fingerprint.
8. You will see a notice informing you that your registration is complete.
9. If you see a message informing you that your registration failed, please try again.
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Changing Your Pyxis Password
1. In the Main Menu screen, touch User Menu
2. In the User Maintenance Menu screen, touch Change Password
3. In the Current Password box or the New Password screen, enter your existing
password and press Enter on the keyboard.
4. In the New Password box, enter your new password and press Enter on the
keyboard.
5. In the Confirm Password box, enter your new password again and touch accept.
Logging into Pyxis
Logging into Pyxis
1. Touch the Medstation screen or
press any key on the keyboard to
begin.
2. Enter your User ID# and depress
<ENTER>.
3. Depress finger on BioID on pad
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Medstation
Removing a Medication
NOTE:
iOnly take out ONE patient’s meds at a time
iPlace medications in baggie with receipt
iDispose of receipt in recycle bin after checking receipt to patient and
EMAR
1.
Press the Remove icon.
Press Remove icon
2.
Press the Sort By:
·Name (safest and preferred method)
·Patient ID#
NOTE: User can scroll using arrows on the right side. User can just start typing
patient’s name in the inset box.
3.
Press
Sort by Name icon
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Locate patient and press patient name.
Press either BRAND or GENERIC to display medication names.
Select medications. Meds highlight . You may select as many medications as you
need at one time for that patient.
NOTE:
6.
Medication names that are grayed out
-medication may be out of stock
-medication is not stored in unit
-ordered medication is not loaded yet
Press the Remove Selections icon.
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Medstation
7.
The drawer will open for the first med. Be sure to pull the drawer ALL THE WAY
OUT. Then the drawer / cubie cover will pop open.
8.
Using the number pad, indicate the number(s) of the medication removed.
9.
Remove the medication for the patient. Carefully follow screen instructions and
close cubie covers and drawers securely.
NOTE: If more than one medication was listed, the next drawer will open
and the drawer / cubie cover will pop open.
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Push the Accept icon or close drawer. Close all cubie covers and drawers securely.
Receipt of medication transaction will print.
Place all medications and receipt in plastic baggy.
Press the EXIT icon in the upper right hand corner.
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Removing and Returning Insulin from the Pyxis MedStation
Removing insulin for your patients
1. Log in to the Pyxis MedStation.
2. Touch Remove.
3. Choose a patient with an order for insulin.
4. Choose the type of insulin needed
5. Choose Remove Selections.
6. The Pyxis SMART Remote Manager will open the refrigerator door.
7. Remove the insulin from the refrigerator.
8. Close the refrigerator door.
9. Administer the insulin to patients.
Returning insulin to the refrigerator
1. Log in to the Pyxis MedStation.
2. Touch Remove.
3. Choose the patient that the insulin was removed for.
4. Choose the type of insulin to be returned.
5. Choose Remove Selections.
6. The Pyxis SMART Remote Manager will open the refrigerator door.
7. Change the Remove Quantity to 0.
8. Return the insulin to the refrigerator.
9. Close the refrigerator door.
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Medstation
Return Medications to the Medstation
1.
2.
Login to Pyxis
From the Main Menu, press the Return icon
Press Return icon
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Press Sort Name or ID#
Locate patient’s name and press name on screen
Press Brand or Generic
From the list of medications for the patient, press the medication(s) you wish to
return to the Medstation.
Press the Return Now icon
The Return drawer will open
NOTE: The return drawer is the top drawer. Medications will be returned to
this drawer or the Pharmacy credit bin.
Press the Accept icon
Receipt will print. Place in recycle bin
Press the Exit icon
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Waste Medications
1.
2.
Login to Pyxis
From the Main Menu, press the Waste icon
Press Waste icon
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Press Sort Name or ID# or Room #
Locate patient’s name and press name on screen
Press Brand or Generic
Press medication that is to be wasted from the list displayed
Press Waste Selection icon
Enter amount “given” to patient
NOTE: If WBH spilled medication press the Credit button. Once credit
button is pressed, changes from gray to green.
NOTE: Depending on medication a witness may be needed to complete
the Waste process
Witness enters ID # and password – as needed.
Press the Accept icon
Receipt prints. Place in recycle bin
Waste medication per protocol
Press Exit icon
Counting Meds
The nurse will be asked to count medications in the following situations:
iWhen using controlled substances
iIf the non-controlled medications fall below the inventory level
Follow the screen prompts to verify counts when requested.
Patient Specific Medications
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There are some medications that will be stored in one of the Pyxis towers. Example:
inhalers
Procedure – Log into oneChart and open the patient’s EMAR
1.
Log into Pyxis.
2.
Press the REMOVE icon.
Press Remove icon
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Press Sort NAME or ID#
Press patient name from list displayed.
NOTE: Medications grayed/dimmed are:
-in tower
-out of stock
-not loaded into Pyxis
-not scheduled
Press OVERRIDE icon.
Just start typing “PAT” to access Patient Specific Meds. An inset box will display.
NOTE: Specific meds may be accessed via:
-Patient Refrigerated Meds (ex: insulin)
-Patient Specific meds (ex: inhalers)
-Pharmacy Delivred Products (ex: TPN)
Press the Patient Specific Meds from list of meds.
-Select quantity to be removed (typically 1)
-Choose whether to continue removing another
med by pressing Select Next Med or Remove Now
if finished
Tower opens.
Locate patient’s meds and remove.
Close tower door.
Receipt prints. Place meds with receipt into baggy and
follow Med-Pass Guidelines
Press the EXIT icon.
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Medstation
Recover Drawer
If there is a problem with a drawer, there will be an icon displayed on the Main Menu Recover Drawer.
Recover Drawer
icon displays here
Procedure to Recover a Drawer
User has a Recover Drawer icon on the Main Menu.
NOTE: Cubie covers not closed properly or securely will create an error and cause a
Recover Drawer icon to display.
1.
Login to Pyxis
2.
Press the Recover Drawer icon under Station Management.
(This icon will only appear when there is a problem)
3.
Press the drawer with the error from the list displayed.
4.
Follow the text on the screen to solve the problem.
·If not, call the 1-800 number located on the Pyxis unit
5.
Touching each cubie cover in the drawer to see if that was the problem is helpful.
6.
Close drawer
7.
Press the Exit icon.
NOTE: Anyone can recover a drawer
Discrepancies
Procedure
Discrepancy icon will display on the Main Menu if there is a problem
1.
Touch screen to begin
2.
Enter ID# and password
3.
Depress finger to BioID pad
4.
Press Document Discrepancy icon
5.
Select a discrepancy to document
6.
If a witness is required, ask the witness to enter his or her ID and password and
touch Accept.
7.
Do one of the following:
if the reason for the discrepancy appears on the list, select the reason
and touch Accept
if the reason is not on the list, touch Other. Type free-test reason (up to
60 characters.)
8.
Touch Accept
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Medstation
Changing the Printer Paper
Procedure
1.
Open lid on Pyxis unit
2.
Push black lever up/away
3.
Remove old paper spool and retrieve spindle
4.
Insert spindle in new paper roll
5.
Drop paper into printer. Paper will flow from bottom of spool
6.
Thread paper behind back roller and in front of silver bar
7.
Push black lever down
8.
Push green button to feed paper
9.
Close lid
NOTE: See diagram under lid for threading paper. Maintain paper supply at all
times.
Safety Features
iNurse log into oneChart and open the patient’s EMAR at the computer located next to
Pyxis.
iIf more than one medication is going to be removed, only ONE drawer opens at a time
for removal
iMedications and the Pyxis receipt get inserted into baggie
iReceipt with medications double checked with the EMAR and patient’s wristband in the
patient’s room
iAllergies are indicated on the Profile screen.
Allergies listed
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Pyxis Notes
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IVPB are kept in Pyxis
Drawer order is what determines which med drawer opens first.
Once meds are selected, drawers will open in order of where they are stored in
the system. (Can change individual profile for users – open one drawer at a
time)
Epidurals and PCAs are kept in Pyxis.
All receipts from Pyxis are placed in the recycle bins on the units. NEVER in the
wastebasket.
Remove only meds for a specific time and patient.
Use of Override icon
-Use for emergency medications and FIRST dose only of controlled
substances if not in patient profile
Troubleshooting
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If you find the machine down, call the AM, ANM or CNS
Use the flipchart attached to the Pyxis
Reboot – see flow process
Page the Charge Pharmacist 24/7 as a last resort
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