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Medication list

The NEW and IMPROVED Depart Medication List

HIGHLIGHTS:

• NEW, CHANGED or REFILLED Prescriptions for this visit are listed separately • The Indication field is now displayed as “Purpose” within the Special Instructions • Order Comments are now displayed in Special Instructions • Prescriptions ordered as Once are now listed in the NEW list • CONTINUE list created to list any Rx/Hx med that has not changed • STOP TAKING list created to list any Rx/Hx from a previous visit that was discontinued this visit • SIG line improved to show relationship between mg = tablet/capsule • AM / NOON / PM / BED columns will flex appearance according to visit type (present on inpatient ,not present • DURATION, when indicated is now displayed • STOP DATE, when indicated is now displayed
What causes a medication to be listed or not listed in a particular section?

The NEW, CHANGED or REFILLED list:
• contains ONLY those active medications listed as PRESCRIPTIONS in the Medication List that were ADDED, MODIFIED, or REFILLED on the current visit. The CONTINUE TAKING list:
• contains ALL medications listed as Historical Medications in the Medication List • contains any PRESCRIPTIONS from previous visits that were continued without changes The STOP TAKING list:
• contains ANY medication (historical or prescription) ordered on a previous visit that was DISCONTINUED • Prescriptions that CHANGED during a refill or reorder process MAY generate an entry to this list • COMPLETED medications will not be listed
What do the routing messages mean?
If the prescriber chooses:
The medication list will display:
Printed Prescription will be given to you Hand Written Prescription will be given to you
Why is the drug name listed twice?
The first name is the generic name of the medication. The name following in parentheses is the actual product that the
prescriber ordered. For example: acetaminophen (Tylenol Caplet 500 mg). Occasionally, the prescriber may order the
generic version of the medication, which might display something like: lisinopril (lisinopril 2.5 mg) Note that the name
in parenthesis usually is accompanied by a strength, which indicates which strength-level product for this medication the
prescriber has ordered.
Prescription and Medication Information
It is important to maintain a complete list of all of your medications, including both prescription and
over-the-counter medications. As of today, our records indicate that you should be taking the
following medications:
Prescriptions from your MU Health Care Providers
hydrochlorothiazide-triamterene
(hydrochlorothiazide-triamterene 25 mg-37.5

mg): 1 Tablet(s) Oral Daily
simvastatin (simvastatin 5 mg): 5 mg 1
Tablet(s) Oral At bedtime take in the evening,
avoid grapefruit while on this medication amoxicillin (amoxicillin 500 mg): 500 mg 1
acetaminophen-oxycodone (Percocet 5/325):
1 Tablet(s) Oral Every 4 hours as needed (for for
albuterol-ipratropium (albuterol-ipratropium
inhalation aerosol with adapter)
: 2 Puff
Inhalation Four times daily as needed (for Wheezing) lisinopril (lisinopril 2.5 mg): 2.5 mg 1 Tablet(s)
Other Medications
ranitidine (ranitidine 75 mg): 75 mg 1 Tablet(s)
omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (Fish Oil
1000 mg)
: 1,000 mg 1 capsule(s) Oral Twice
aspirin (aspirin 81 mg): 81 mg 1 Tablet(s) Oral
Please consult with your primary care provider before taking any medications not on this
list.

Please bring this list along with all of your medications with you to your next appointment. Notify
your physician or nurse if there are any changes that need to be made to your medication list.
Medication List

NEW, CHANGED or REFILLED prescriptions this visit
Special Instructions
acetaminophen (Tylenol Caplet 500 mg)
Hand written prescription will be given to you acetaminophen-oxycodone (Percocet 5/325)
1 Tablet(s) Oral Every 4 hours as needed for pain Hand written prescription will be given to you albuterol-ipratropium (albuterol-ipratropium inhalation
aerosol with adapter)
2 Puff Inhalation Four times daily as needed for Wheezing Printed prescription will be given to you amoxicillin (amoxicillin 500 mg)
500 mg = 1 capsule(s) Oral Three times daily
Take for: 10 day(s) Prescription called in to pharmacy hydrochlorothiazide-triamterene (hydrochlorothiazide-
triamterene 25 mg-37.5 mg)

1 Tablet(s) Oral Daily Sent to BOONE PLAZA PHARMACY lisinopril (lisinopril 2.5 mg)
2.5 mg = 1 Tablet(s) Oral Daily
Printed prescription will be given to you simvastatin (simvastatin 5 mg)
Hand written prescription will be given to you CONTINUE TAKING the following medications
Special Instructions
aspirin (aspirin 81 mg)
omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (Fish Oil 1000
mg)

1,000 mg = 1 capsule(s) Oral Twice daily ranitidine (ranitidine 75 mg)
STOP TAKING the following medications
lisinopril (lisinopril 5 mg)
5 mg = 1 Tablet(s) Oral Daily

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