phrase indicating that substitutions for generics or similar medications are not allowed by the prescriber.
the instillation of fluid into the rectum and colon.
refers to the agency that has oversight for hospitals adhering to regulations that allow them to bill for Medicare reimbursement for medical services provided.
instructions written by a licensed provider for administration of a medication to a patient.
a drug capable of producing sleep and relieving pain or inducing unconsciousness and even death, depending on the dosage.
a salve; a fatty, soft substance having antiseptic or healing properties.
other than by mouth.
a written direction for the preparation of a medicine.
always follows the administration of medications. A verification that all seven rights have been followed and documented in the chart.
refers to seven elements that must be considered when administering medication: right patient, right medication, right dose (amount), right route (method), right technique, right time (schedule), and right documentation.
under the tongue.
a medicated conical- or cylindrical-shaped material that is inserted into the rectum or vagina.