What do these medication orders mean?

No. I am not a nurse, nor am I going to be a nurse. But thank you for your concern, :D

Asked by Geoffrey Delaporte 3 years ago.

bumetanide 0.5mg PO tid today, then 0.5mg bid x 1 day, then D/C ciprofloxacin 200mg IV q 12 hr furosemide 40mg IV push now, then 20mg po q day Pro-Banthine tabs 15mg i a.c. Keflex 250mg #20 Sig: tab i qid with food Humulin-R insulin Sig: U-30 q am 30 min ac breakfast and U-20 30 min ac evening meal

Answered by Cathrine Sutton 3 years ago.

Bumetanide 0.5mg by mouth three times daily today, then 0.5mg twice daily for one day then discontinue Ciprofloxacin 200mg by IV every 12 hours Furosemide 40mg through IV push now then 20mg daily Pro-Banthine 15mg before meals Keflex 250mg one tablet four times daily with food Humulin-R 30units every morning 1/2 hour before breakfast and 20units every evening 1/2 before dinner. Insulin is injected subcutaneously and usually is in a concentration of 100units/mL

Answered by Willard Schwoyer 3 years ago.

The Pharm tech is correct with 2 exceptions. furosemide 40mg IV push now then 20mg by mouth daily Keflex 250mg dispense 20 tabs. Directions: Take 1 tablet 4 times a day with food

Answered by Krysta Chaires 3 years ago.

I hope you're not a nurse. And I really hope those aren't your medication orders. You're one sick puppy if they are.

Answered by Eliana Girdler 3 years ago.

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