Monday, July 22, 2013

Doctors are Trying to Kill Pharmacists

The following prescriptions indicate that doctors
are really trying to kill pharmacists,
their patients, or both:

I really want to know WHO this Ed guy is
and what he has to do with it:



Ammediately? Maybe you meant immediately?
Or is this a strange new accent?



Now that's a lot of insulin:



Here's a doc that's living in the past... ten years ago:



That's a LOT of Methadone,
especially for a 70 year old grandma:



This one was easy to fill:



Now that's gotta hurt:



Ambien... once prescribed for sleep,
now prescribed for pain:



What?



Every 6 hours and 1 minute?
That seems extremely specific:



This would be ok if the patient weighed 612 lbs,
but otherwise this is big, big trouble:



Fortunately we know this doc. If we were relying on
the DEA number... yeah, good luck with that:



If the patient feels impaired,
the pharmacist is not allowed to drive:


5 comments:

pharmaciststeve said...

I always wondered how you put ONE DROP IN BOTH EYES... put a drop on the bridge of the nose and hope that it equally rolls into each eye?
Shouldn't it be put ONE DROP IN EACH EYE ?

pharmaciststeve said...

I always wondered how you put ONE DROP IN BOTH EYES... put a drop on the bridge of the nose and hope that it equally rolls into each eye?
Shouldn't it be put ONE DROP IN EACH EYE ?

Anonymous said...

6300 units is 70 units x 90 days. Admittedly insulin is usually ordered by vial or pen.

William Coyne said...

I think the issue with the insulin is that the doc ended up ordering 6300 vials and not units, but I'm just a lowly student.

Anonymous said...

Whats with the dr living in d past..?!! Didnt get it..is it the date??