Wednesday, August 3, 2011

But does it treat syphilis?

I'd like to thank a pharmacist, who I suspect wishes to remain anonymous, for sending in this allergy note that a patient handed her.

(click to enlarge)


14 comments:

dejafait said...

In fairness to pharmacists, it was likely a technician or intern that wrote that note. I know it's something I always delegate.

Nadia said...

LOL

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a rap song line "My penis illin' "

Anonymous said...

Ok. Is it just me or was I the only one that giggled when I hit the "Click to enlarge)"?

Anonymous said...

annonymous @ 8:16 AM -
thanks for pointing it out, guess you are not the only one now :D

Packer said...

Freudian

Anonymous said...

I'm allergic to it, and always have a hard time spelling it even though i have looked up the word several times.It doesn't help that most of the time, I'm in pain or with a killer headache for waking too early in the morning to my appointment before classes and missed my morning coffee .

penicilline...
penniciline...
penicillin...
...i could go on forever.

Anonymous said...

does dejafait get that the pharmacist was laughing at the penis, er I mean mispelled word, and had nothing to do with writing it? It was handed to him by a patient. What is with these always appropriate boring pharmacy types?

Jon said...

The penis mightier than the sword.

Old MD Girl said...

It's called the hot beef injection.

Catbird said...

Better that than vagisillin (my spell checker just had a seizure)

terri c said...

Does the patient still need birth control then?

ArkieRN said...

Truthfully, how often does a medical professional write it out? I usually see PCN.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a good antibiotic for the gentleman who shot his trouser snake with the pink handgun...

 
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