Friday, June 24, 2016

Seen in a chart

I'm so behind on the new drugs.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

tylonal? asprin?

Anonymous said...

Looks like the German word for Topirimate, Tylenol and aspirin.

Anonymous said...

It looks like the left out the spaces. I see the tylonal (tylenol?) and asprin, but what are the other letters for?

topiramate tylonal asprin

Anonymous said...

Must be from a transcription company that does not pay its transcriptionists for spaces (just kidding, we put them in for free)

Old RPh said...

Yeah, I've seen a prescription written for that.

Packer said...

Isn't Tylenol spelled with an E and isn't aspirin spelled with two i
topiramate is an affectionate greeting in Australia

What more do you need to know ?

Orli said...

At least this program knew how to spell them? Half the doctors I go to can't pronounce, much less spell, "topiramate," "zonisamide," "ketorolac," never mind figure out what they are for. I don't expect a GP to know every single drug but when you've been seeing a patient for more than a year, multiple times, for the same issue, and you ask her about her meds each time...(and yes, the same nurse goes over it each time...and then the doctor repeats it...) it doesn't give me much faith.

ndenunz said...

O Grumpy, you have to start prescribing it. It is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.

Stacey Gordon said...

Goes down with a spoon full of sugar, I'm sure...

Anonymous said...

eventually they will run out of cute names
and start recycling old names in combination...

ledasmom said...

Obviously related to paracetamoxyfrusebendroneomycin.

C said...

If they do not provide you with a nice meal, you do not know them.

a.generic doc said...

Ledasmom is right.

see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X980DXzDElA

Moose said...

I think that's manufactured by the Supercalifragaliciuosexpialadocious Pharmaceutical Company.

Anonymous said...

"Hey, man, got any topies?"

Anonymous said...

"Ask your doctor if topiramatetylonalaspirin is right for you. If you can."

Anonymous said...

Go ahead say (or, write) it however you want. I'm ambidextrous that way. You want brand or generic and I'm bilingual, too. However, I will have one hissy fit if you cannot put some numbers in there.I can't guess if you're using the topiramate for migraines prophylaxis, seizures, anti-psychotic weight loss, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, or another off-label and investigational uses in treating essential tremor, bulimia nervosa, obsessive-compulsive disorder, or idiopathic intracranial hypertension.

Kai said...

What with the combination of topiramate and two painkillers, I'm going to assume that's a migraine cocktail similar to what I take. And if it's not, it ought to be, to treat the headache brought on by reading it!

 
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