Can You Read These Rxs?

Published Online: Monday, February 15, 2010

When Wendell Howell, RPh, and Joni McBryant, CPhT, of Rochelle Drug & Gift in Rochelle, Georgia, received this illegible prescription, they called the physician’s office for clarification. When the nurse couldn’t decipher it either, she had to ask the doctor what was prescribed. Do you know what it is?

When pharmacy technician Morgan Smith of Publix Pharmacy in Newberry, Florida, saw this prescription, she just could not make sense of it. After receiving some help, she was finally able to determine the drug being prescribed. Can you read the prescription?

Have eye-straining, baffling prescriptions? Send them to Pharmacy Times. Along with a clean photocopy of the prescription itself, your submission must include: (1) the name of your institution and its location; (2) your name and title (PharmD, RPh, Pharm Tech); (3) the correct name of the drug(s), strength, and dosing requirements; and (4) your telephone number. Please mail your submissions to: Can You Read These Rxs?, Attention: Laura Enderle, Pharmacy Times, 666 Plainsboro Road, Suite 300, Plainsboro, NJ 08536.

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