Can You Read These Rxs?

Published Online: Monday, August 4, 2014
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Rx 1

Pharm Tech Dhaval H. Patel at Walgreens in Bloomington, Illinois, was perplexed by this prescription.
Can you figure it out?


Rx 2 After Steve King, RPh, was presented with this puzzler at Snider Drugs, Inc, in Bloomfield, Kentucky, further investigation was required to determine the prescriber’s intention.
Can you read this Rx?


Rx 3
Paige Killingsworth, RPh, PharmD, at Realo Discount Drugs in Trenton, North Carolina, was able to decipher the first half of this prescription, but the second half required a call to the prescriber.
Can you read the prescription?


Rx 4
Lori Van Devender, PharmD, at McDaniel Pharmacy in Port Gibson, Minnesota, had no idea what this prescription called for, except that it was for a sick child.
Do you know what it says? CAN YOU READ THESE RXS?
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