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Terminology

Pharmary Medical Terminology

QuestionAnswer
routes of administration what is (ad) right ear
routes of administration what is (as) left ear
routes of administration what is (au) both ears
routes of administration what is (bu) buccal
routes of administration what is (im) intramuscular
routes of administration what is (it) intrathecal
routes of administration what is (od) right eye
routes of administration what is (os) left eye
routes of administration what is (ou) both eyes
routes of administration what is (po) by mouth
routes of administration what is (pr) rectal
routes of administration what is (pv) vaginal
routes of administration what is (sl) sublingual
routes of administration what is (sc, sq, sub q) subcutaneous
frequency what is (ac) before meals
frequency what is (bid) twice daily
frequency what is (hs) at bedtime
frequency what is (pc) after meals
frequency what is (prn) as needed
frequency what is (qh) every hour
frequency what is (qid) four times daily
frequency what is (tid) three times daily
frequency what is (wa) while awake
what does (gtts) means drops
SCHEDULE 1 herion, mecaline, lysergic acid, LSD, marijuana
SCHEDULE 2 morphine, methadone, oxycodone, hydromorphone, fentanyl, levorphanol, meperidine, methylphenidate, secobarbital
SCHEDULE 3 ketamine, acetaminophen with codeine, butabarbital, dronabinol, thiopental, steroids, testosterone
SCHEDULE 4 diazepam, alprazolam, temazepam, chlordiazepoxide
SCHEDULE 5 theses medication contain limited quantities of some narcotics, antidiarrheal, antitussive and analgesic purposes
Created by: firestar_wld