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5 years ago

Can Someone please help me with this by interpreting these orders for me it would be a great help Thanks
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Interpret the following orders..
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1. Keflex 250-mg cap PO q6h
2. Neosporin ophth sol 2 gtt in each eye tid
3. Feosol 65 mg tab bid pc c orange juice
4. Diuril 500 mg PO qAM
5. Dyazide 1 cap bid
6. Demerol 50 mg IM q4h prn for pain
7. Metamucil 1 tsp mixed w 8 oz H20 bid pc
8. Dulcolaz supp R prn for constipation
9. Robitussin syr 1 tsp q4h prn for cough
10. Nitrostat 1 tab SL prn for angina attack, may repeat  q5min 3 times
11. Phenergan supp 25 mg prn q6h for nausea
12. DC Phenergan 48h post-op
13. Glipizide 5 mg PO daily c breakfast
14. Cefazolin 1 g IVPB q8h
15. Potassium chloride 20 mEq in NS 1L IV to run at 80 mL per hour
16. Insulin 20 units subcu daily ac breakfast
17. Tolinase 250 mg daily c breakfast
18. Vasocidin ophth sol 1 gtt q3h in the right eye
19. Ceclor 20 mg/kg/daily in 2 equal doses q12h
20. Ambien 5 mg for sleep prn, may repeat once q noc
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5 years ago
Interesting question, Sherri044 could you restate exactly what it is you mean by 'order'. I kind of have an idea, but don't want to jump the gun.
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5 years ago
It means how the medicine is prescribe or given to each patient
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