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PT203 Vocab

W1 D1 Vocab Review Cards

Want Book Any type of notebook (or document) that is used to document medications that are low in supply
What are the kinds of medication orders in a hospital pharmacy? Scheduled Medication, Scheduled Intravenous (IV) / Total Parenteral Nutrition, PRN, Controlled Substance Medication, Demand/STAT Medication, Emergency Medication, Investigational Medication
What should be on an order label? Patient name, patient medical record #, patient room #, name of prescriber, date of dispensing, name of drug, strength of drug, quantity of drug dispensed, dosage directions, expiration date, initials of person dispensing drug
What should be an on patient's order? Patient's name, height, weight, DOB (date of birth), medical record #, medical condition, allergies
Around the clock care Care provided to a patient 24 hours a day
Unit-Dose Medication in a single-unit package that is ready to be administered
HS hours of sleep / at bedtime
DC Discontinue
SOB Shortness of breath
NKA No Known Allergies
ATC around the clock
PO by mouth
AC before meals
PC after meals
QD Once Daily
BID Twice a day
TID Three times a day
QID Four times a day
IV Intravenous (in the vein)
IVPB Intravenous piggyback
STAT immediately
PRN as needed
SUPP suppository
SYR syrup
TAB tablet
UNG OINT ointment
SC SUBQ SUBC subcutaneously (under the skin)
What are the hospital pharmacy services? Support Services, Product Services, Clinical Services, Educational Services
Created by: pierce258



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