can you READ these Rxs?

Published Online: Friday, June 1, 2007

Rx1: Daniel Maul, pharmacy technician, of CVS/pharmacy #8834 in Foothills Ranch, Calif, was baffled when this prescription came into the pharmacy.

After several unsuccessful attempts at deciphering this script, he placed a call to the prescribing physician?s office for verification. Can you unscramble this Rx?

Rx2: Registered Pharmacist Lisa Sigg of The Medicine Shoppe in Effingham, Ill, had a difficult time trying to decode this script?s illegible handwriting. As this was par for the course with many of the prescriptions that come into the pharmacy, Sigg called the prescribing physician?s office for assistance. Can you solve this poorly written script?

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Rx 1:
Meclizine , #10, 1 tablet tid. Rx 2: Xanax , #90, 1 tablet tid.

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