Can You Read These Rxs?

APRIL 16, 2014


Rx 1

It’s no wonder that pharmacist Charles Deboyace, RPh, of Price Chopper Pharmacy in Oneonta, New York, could not decipher this messy Rx—the physician’s order is for a medication strength that is not commercially available.
Can you figure out what’s being prescribed?



Rx 2
Pharmacy Manager Khanh Pham and Senior Pharmacy Technicians Katy McGroarty and Joseph Palang of Walgreens Pharmacy #6310 in Las Vegas, Nevada, all tried to interpret this cramped writing. To clarify the drug and directions, they finally had to call the prescriber’s office.
Can you read this Rx?

Have eye-straining, baffling prescriptions? Send them to us at Pharmacy Times--now via email as well as regular mail!
Along with a clean photocopy or scanne image 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 e-mail scanned Rxs to kmckay@pharmacytimes.com or mail your submissions to: Can You Read These Rxs?, Pharmacy Times, 666 Plainsboro Road, Suite 300, Plainsboro, NJ 08536.


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