As long as they are documenting, you can go as far as the documentation goes. Obviously if they state hung "whatever" at 345 and never give a stop time or any other documentation stating it was running past the 15 minutes, then you code as a push. Same with hydration.. if they state hydration started at say 1200 and at 1216 say it is still running, but no other documentation or stop time, then you don't code it. You can count as far as the documentation allows. Hope this helps.
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