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MRx1 May Repeat times one or one time
APAP Acetaminophen (Tylenol)
ASA Aspirin
BM bowel movement
H & H hemoglobin and hematocrit
CP chest pain
DAW dispense as written
FA folic acid
MS morphine sulfate
MSO4 morphine sulfate
Dig digoxin
FE or Fe or FeSO4 ferrous sulfate
HCTZ hydrochlorothiazide
HL heparin lock
K or K+ potassium
KCL potassium chloride
LR lactated ringers solution
MOM milk of magnesia
LA long acting
ER extended release
SR sustained release
CR controlled release
MVI multivitamin
NTG nitroglycerin
Supp Suppository
WA while awake
ECT enteric coated tablet
SCT sugar coated tablet
MPF Methyl-Paraben Free (preservative free)
EPI or epi epinephrine
DSS Docusate Sodium Succinate (Colace)
DS double strength
^ change
DC or D/C or d/c discontinue or discharge
D5 dextrose 5%
DW5 Dextrose 5% in water
NS normal saline (0.9 sodium chloride)
CP chest pain
Created by: elyr83