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Pharmaceutical Agent

What does superscription mean? recipe
What does inscription mean? indicates the drug name, strength and dosage form
What does DEA mean? Drug Enforcement Agency
What is the DEA for? all prescriptions containing sontrolled substances
Who are oral prescriptions filled? they are phoned in usually by the prescriber
What is the prescription label? identification label placed on the outside of the bottle
What is on the prescription label? prescription serial number, date the prescription was filled, patient's full name, and instructions for taking the medication
What should be the first thing on the directions? first directons should infer the route of administration
What are some examples of the first few words on the directions? take, instill, apply, and insert
Created by: brouke1