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what are the patients 6 rights?

THE RIGHT:

ddc rtd
drug
dose
client
route
time
documentation
does a client have the right to refuse medication?
yes
name some ways meds get screwed up?
ordered wrong
math errors
reading labels wrong
lack of knowledge of med
didn't ID patient right
didn't follow policy
failure in comm ex. reading, hearing, documenting
what is the correct order a med is filled out? unscramble these words into the right order for how a med is written
freq dose
route name
1) name
2) dose
3) route
4) frequency
_
a
before
OS
left eye
aa

__
aa
of each
OU
both eyes
a c
before meals
AD
right ear
_
p
after
amp
ampule
aq
aqueous, water
AS
left ear
pc
after meals
per
through the day
per os
by or through mouth
CD
controlled dose
c
cup
pc
after meals
per
through the day
per os
by or through mouth
CD
controlled dose
c
cup
qhs
every night at bedtime
qid
4 times a day
q n
every night
q o d
every other day
r
right
b i w
twice a week
h s
hour of sleep
L
left
SL
sublinqual
kvo
keep vein open
stat
immediately
s o s
once if necessary
sc

SC

s.q.
subcutaneous
IVSS
intravenous soluset
ID
intradermal
NGT
nasogastric tube
noc
at night
supp
suppository
tid
3 times a day
t i w
3 times a week
XL
long acting
XR
extended release
od
once a day
os
by mouth
OD
right eye
min
minute
mix
mixture
rect
rectum
tab
tablet
tr

tinct
tincture
q2h
every 2 hours
dil.
dilute
EC
enteric coated
prn
as needed
the way a drug is ordered or filled out.

Hint: n d r f
name
dose
route
freq
what does MAR stand for?
Medication Administratin Record