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BASIC PHARMACOLOGY Generic Brand Name
Objectives Categories Label Terminology Abbrevi- ations Law Administra- tion Conversions Dosage
Categories Action on body General effect System affected
Labels Prescription number Patient name MD name Drug name Amount Dosage Route Refills Issue and expiration dates Cautions
Terminology Pharmaceutic Pharmaco- dynamics Pharmaco- kinetics Efficacy Indication Opioid Toxicology Vaccine
Abbreviations QD, BID, TID, QID, q_h NPO PO gtt PRN STAT ss, i, iv, v, x IM, IV, SQ, SL
Legal Considerations FDA DEA OTC Controlled Prescriptions
Administration Buccal Intradermal Intramuscular Intravenous Inhalation Oral Ophthalmic Otic Rectal Subcutaneous Topical
Seven “Rights” Patient Drug Dose Time Route Technique Documentation
Conversions 1 cc = 15 gtts, 1 ml 30 cc = 1 oz 500 cc = 1 pt 1000 cc = 1 qt, 1 liter 60 mg = 1 gr 1000 mg = 15 gr
Dosage Calculation Ratio Method – Formula: ? is to known as X is to unknown. 1 oz: 30 cc = 8 oz : X cc Multiply ends, then middles, separate by = sign and solve for X.
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