Can You Read These Rxs?

NOVEMBER 16, 2011

 

Rx 1 Physicians are notorious for poor penmanship, but this submission suggests dentists are no better. CVS pharmacist Cori VanDevender, PharmD, and technician Chrystal Mills, of Laurel, Mississippi, had “no idea” what drug was written on this dentist’s prescription. They called his office, where a nurse was able to clarify.

Do you know what it says?

 

 

 

 

Rx 2 Try as he might, pharmacy technician Vitthal Koladiya didn’t stand a chance at decoding this jumbled mess of letters and numbers, which a patient brought in for filling at Borinquen Pharmacy in Brooklyn, New York. He had to call the prescriber to verify the drug name and instructions.

Can you read it?

 

 

 

 


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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