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Vet Med Clerk

veterinary medical clerk

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b.i.d twice a day
t.i.d. three times a day
q.i.d. four times a day
q.4hr, etc every 4 hours, etc
Sig directions for use
o.u. both eyes
o.s. left eye
o.d. right eye
< less than
> greater than
q.s. quantity sufficient for total finished volume
tblsp table spoon
ml millileter
cc cubic centimeter
mg milligram
gm gram
kg kilogram
oz ounce
pt pint
u unit
I.U. internation units
prn as needed
tsp teaspoon
15mg 1/4 grain (gr)
30mg 1/2 grain (gr)
1 grain (gr) 65mg
20 drops 1 ml
5 ml 1 tsp
28 ml 1 oz
1 oz 28 gm
1 kg 2.2 lbs
I.M. intramuscular
S.C. or S.Q. subcutaneous
I.P. intra peritoneal
I.V. intravenous
P.O. per os (by mouth)
topical on the surface of the body
orally by mouth
parenteral refers to injection of drugsinto a patient's body
Medication Categories Antibiotics • Anthelmintic Drugs • Cardiac Drugs • Topical Medications • Diuretics • Anti-inflammatory Drugs • Hormones • Otic Preparations • Sedatives/Tranquilizers • Ophthalmic Preparations • Anti-fungal Drugs
Labeling and Packaging • Name of the client and identification of the animal • Name and strength of drug • Date dispensed • Name of prescribing veterinarian • Complete directions for use • Amount of drug dispensed • Name and address of prescribing veterinarian
Created by: atk83