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INTERPRETATIONS LATIN& ENGLISH

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ABBREVIATIONS ac Beforemeals pc
bid After meals

MEANINGS

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Twice daily In eachear


half

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qs hs INR d.a.w.

sufficient Quantity At bedtime lnternational normalized ratio

Dispense aswritten
meals Between Leftear Whenneeded whenrequired Fourtimesdai[
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Threetimesdaily drops

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Mitte PO Oculent Nocte ad OD

Lefteye Eyewash- Eyewater At once Label As directed. Everyor each Sendof such Peroralor by mouth Eyeointment At night Right ear Eachdayor everyday

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x take with a full slassof water Drugs to be taken on an emptv \--z'3tdmach Ampicillin *, etidronate *, Alendronate risedronate+ Azithromycin suspension Bethanechol(for urinary retention) Bisacodylx Clodronate* Cloxicillin Didanosine Estramustinex Etoposide MetronidazoleER Mineral oil (cap,tab liq) Mycophenolate Nateglinide Norfloxacin* PenicillinG \ Penicillamine* Pentosan ,- Perindopril Solution* ._--)Phosphates Riluzole Isosorbide dinitrate(regular)* Itraconazole liquid Lomustine Lincomycin Demeclocycline Sotalol Sulcrafate Tetracycline* Zafrclukast Zaleplon (avoid heavy, or high

Levodop#carbidopa Levodopalbensorazide Mazindol Nalidixic acid* Oxtriphylline (SA, liq, regular)* Rifampin SMX-TMP* Zinc Lots of Water Allopurinol Bisphosphonates Bisacodyl Metamucil Docusate sodium/calcium (x Cyclophosphamide HS - sit in bladdertoo long) Indinavir Lithium Fluoroquinolones Theophylline Tetracycline TIT#SMX Take with Food (to incr. abs) Sertraline Lovastatin Venlafaxine

Avoid dairv. antacids etc FQs Tetracycline Iron Take w/OJ or banana Furosemide Thiazidediuretics Urine discolouration Nitrofurantoin - cloudy brown - orangered Phenazopyridine Vitamin B Complex- bright yellow fluorescent Rifampin red orange Metronidazole - dark red-brown Entacapone- brownish-orange Pyrvinium pamoate- red-orange Fecal discolouration Iron preps Pepto-Bismol Black tonsue*FYl Tetracycline,doxycycline TCAs (amitriptyline, nortriptyline) Pepto-Bismol Methyldopa No Grapefruit Juice Amiodarone Statins(atorvastatin,lovastatin, simvastatin) Buspirone Benzos(dihzepam, triazolam) Carbamazepine Carvedilol Clomipramine Cyclosporine Erythromycin Ethinyl estradiol Fexofenadine Itraconazole CCBs (felodipine,nifedipine, verapamil) Methylprednisolone Saquinavir Sertraline Sildenafil

++idr#Efavirenz Saquinavir Nelfinavir Ritonavir Glyburide Metformin Metronidazole Nitrofurantoin Ket oconazoleI itr aconazo le (OJ, cola if stomach acid - PPI, H2-antag, elderly) Iron (OJ, cola) Calcium carbonate

fa0 Zidovudine I twy,^Jrl'


can be taken with food if gastric upset occurs Aminophylline*, theophylline(liq, reg)* Chloramphenicol Erythromycin (base,stearate) '-- --i Indinivir* \-/ *' Isonlazrd Iron salts Ketoprofen (EC, SR)*

Protect from lisht Furosemide Nitro SL tabs Methotrexate Rinse Mouth Inhaledcorticosteroids Do not exceed recomm. dosage Fenoterol Ipratropiumbromide Salbutamol Terbutaline Ephedrine& salts Epinephrine& salts Isoproterenol Metaproterenol Formoterol Salmeterol Do not double dose Theophylline Warfarin Levothyroxine Avoid sunlieht Tetracyclines

TMP-SIVD( Fluoroquinolones Amiodarone Diuretics - thiazides, furosemide Accutane Vitamin A preps (retinoicacid) Coal Tar Keep in Fridge All insulins Most vaccines Xalatan (Latanoprost) Andriol Miacalcin NS (calcitonin)

Septra Amoxicillin(RT x 7d, fridgex r 4d)


Erythro estolatesusp(RT x 7d, Lin- brandx 14 at RT) Avoid alcohol Opioids Benzodiazepines Metronidazole(disulfiram) (ie cefotetan) Cephalosporins (disulfiram rx) OCPs(?) Can causedrowsiness or dizziness , 1 , {A <R x< O V E+ . . . . . .

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Viroptic(eyedrops) gel) Clindoxyl(topical - an Enbrel(etarnorcept


injection)

(injection) Copaxone (injection) Avonex Do not refridgerate AzilFltnycin susp Clarithromycin susp Cefixime susp

Beta-blockers ACEI ARBs CCBs Nitrates (trazadone, Antidepressants amitriptylline) (baclofen, Musclerelaxants ' cyclobenzaprine)

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ANALYSIS/TEST CLINICALCHEMISTRY S - Albumin S - Bilirubin (totat) S - Calcium S - Chloride P - Cholesterot (totat) S - Creatinine S,U - Creatinine Clearance B - Gases(arterial) pH P0z pC0z P - Glucose (fasting) D - tron S - Totallron Binding Capacity (TtBC) S - Magnesium mmol/L P - Osmolatity mmol/kg \ S - Phosphate mmol/L (P,inorganic) S - Potassium S - Protein (Totat) S - Sodium mmol/L P - Triglycerides (as Triotein)

TRADITIONAL UNITS 4 0-6.0g/100m1 0 1-10 mg/100m1 8 . 8 - 1 0 .m 3 g/10m1 mmol/L 95-105 mEq/L 140-220mgtdl 06-1.2m9l100m1 75- 125ml/min 7.35-7 45 75-105 mmHg 33-44mmHg 70-110 mg/100m1 50-150 mg/100m1 250-460 mg/10mL 1 8-30 mg/100m1 280-300 m0smikg 2 5-5.0 mg/100m1 3.5-5.0 mEo/L

CONVERSTON FACTORS 10.0 17.10 0.2495 1.00 8 84 0 0 01667 1 0 1 0 1.0 0.05551 0 1791 0 1791 0.4114 100
U JZZY

SI UNITS

40-60g/L 2-18pmot/L 2 20_2.58 95-10S mmot/L 3.63-5.7 mmot/L 50-1 10 trmol/L 1 24-2.08mLts 7.35_7.45 75-105 mmHg 33-44mmHg 3 9-6.1mmot/L 9.0-26.9 pmot/L 45-821tmot/L 0 80_.1.20 280-300 0.80-1.60 3.5-5.0.mmot/L 60-80g/L 135_147 <1.80 mmol/L 120-420 pmot/L 3 0-6.5 mmot/L 10-30u/L 50-170 UlL 30-120 U/L

6.dlfuEi1obmL
135-147 mEq/L <'160 mg/100m1 2 0-7.0mg/'100m1 8-18mg/100m1

100 1.00 100 0 01129 59.48 0.3570

S - Creatinine phosphokinase (CK) S - alkaline phosphatase (ALp) HEMATOLOGY B - Erythrocytes (RBC) B - Hematocrit (HcT) B - Hemogtobin (Hgb) B - Meancorpuscular hemoglobin (MCH) B - Meancorpuscular hemoglobin concentration (MCHC) B - Meancorpuscular volume(MCV) B - Reticulocytes B - Erythromycin Sedimentation rate(ESR) B - Leukocytes (WBC) B - Platelets 4 2-5.9 x 106/mm3 42-50% 13-16 g/100m1 27-33 pg 33-37 9/100m1 pm3 76-100 10-75x103/mm3 0-20mm/hr 3200-9800 mm3 200-400 x 103/mm3 1 0.01 10 1 10 1 I 1 0 001

42-59x1012lL 0.42-0 50 130-160 g/L 27-33pg 330-370 g/L 76-100 fL 10-75x10stL 0-20mm/h 3.2-9.8x10e/L 200x400x'103/L

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ANALYSIS/TEST MICROBIOLOGY Bacteriology colony counts Antibiotic concentration THERAPEUTIC AGENTS

TRADITIONAL UNITS

CONVERSION FACTORS
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SI UNITS number/L mg/L

number/mL 1.rg/mL

P - Carbamazeoine pg/ml 4.0-10.0 P - Digoxin 0.5-2.2 ng/mL P - Ethosuximide ptg/mL 40-110 P - Lidocaine 1 0-5.0 mEq/L S - Lithium 0.50-1.50 mEq/L P - Phenobarbital pg/mL 10-30 P - Phenytoin pg/mL 10-20 P - Primidone pg/mL 6.0-10.0 P - Procainamide pg/mL 4.0-8.0 I - ryAPA(n-acetytprocainamide) P Quinidine pg/mL 1.5-3.0 P - Salicytate 15-30 mg/100m1 P - Theophyttine pg/ml 10-20 P - Valproic Acid pg/mL 50-100 NUTRITION

4.233 1.281 7 084 4 267 1.00 4.306 3.964 4 582 4 249 3 082 0.072 5.550 6 934

17-421tmotlL 1-2.5 nmol/L 280-710prmot/L 6-21pmotil 0 . 5 0 - 1 . 2m 0 mot/L pmol/L 65-170 40-80pmol/L 23-70mmol/L 17-43ltmoltL < 1 1 5p m o l / L 6-159.2;rmot/L 1.0-21 mmol/L 55-1 1 0p m o t / L pmot/L 350-700

Conversibn to Sl includes the change fromth.e calorie to thejouleas the unitof foodenergy. The exactconversion is: I cll = 4.1g4J , 1 k cal= 4.184 kJ Conversionfactor= 42 For calculating the foodenergy derived fromprotein, fat,carbohydrate and alcohol, the following kilojoule factors are recommenOeO: protein fat carbohydrates alcohol 1T kJlo 37 kJ/; 17 kJtd 29 kJtg

Thesereplace the presenfly usedfactors of 4, g, 4 and7. ldealbodvweiqht (1 B\M Males. Females: 50 kg + 2.3kgforeachinch> 5 ft 45 kg + 2.3 kg for eachinch> 5 ft

Prepared by: pharm.D. D. Cochrane, August,1984 Revised by: SusanFockler,B.Sc.phm. June,1998

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