Prescription Abbreviations Decoded - common sig codes used in medical prescriptions

Prescription Abbreviations Decoded - common sig codes used in medical prescriptions

A quick reference tool on anti-depressants for pharmacy technicians

A quick reference tool on anti-depressants for pharmacy technicians

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Top 5 Skills Every Pharmacy Technician Should Have #robertsoncollege #careers

Top 5 Skills Every Pharmacy Technician Should Have #robertsoncollege #careers

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Avoid the confusing explanation.  I promise this will make them more understandning of what is going on.

Avoid the confusing explanation. I promise this will make them more understandning of what is going on.

• DANGEROUS DRUG INTERACTIONS TO AVOID • 1) tylenol & antibiotics. 2) aspirin & diabetes medications. 3) benadryl & sleeping aids. 4) antidepressants & st. john’s wort. 5) blood pressure medication & licorice. 6) statins & grapefruit juice. 7) birth control pills & antibiotics. 8) asthma medications & coffee. 9) anticoagulants & vitamin k.

• DANGEROUS DRUG INTERACTIONS TO AVOID • 1) tylenol & antibiotics. 2) aspirin & diabetes medications. 3) benadryl & sleeping aids. 4) antidepressants & st. john’s wort. 5) blood pressure medication & licorice. 6) statins & grapefruit juice. 7) birth control pills & antibiotics. 8) asthma medications & coffee. 9) anticoagulants & vitamin k.

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Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam Prep this seems like a good reference for newer techs

Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam Prep this seems like a good reference for newer techs

50 most prescribed medications. Good idea to master the common drugs first

50 most prescribed medications. Good idea to master the common drugs first

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