Can You Read These Rxs?

Published Online: Wednesday, October 12, 2011
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Rx 1 The combined expertise of 5 pharmacy staffers wasn’t enough to crack the code on this sloppy script. “2 pharmacists and 3 pharmacy technicians had no clue what the MD wanted,” writes Ira Green, BSPharm, of CVS Pharmacy in Monroe, New York.

Can you read the prescription?

 

 

 

 

 

Rx 2 Walgreens pharmacist Rohit Pandya and pharmacy technician Lisa Kim were stumped by the errant scribbles littering this 2-part prescription, which a patient brought to their pharmacy in Morton Grove, Illinois. The team had to call the physician’s office to find out what was being prescribed.

Do you know what it says?

 

 

 


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