What Does 1 Tab Po Qd

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what does 1 tab po daily mean

1 tab means by mouth, when a patient is awaiting an early morning procedure you may see a sign on the door nothing po ## Thanks for taking time to share this information. I find it rather common to see notes/signs on physician's doors when they're away from their desk. Although I still don't understand what "PO" even means in the context of which it was used. Would you be so kind as to elaborate a bit more on that and how it relates to taking 1 tablet daily? ## PO per os ("by mouth") It means by mouth. Take 1 tab or pill qd po means take one pill by mouth each day, Take 1 tab qid po means take one tablet four times a day by mouth, usually followed by every 6 hours. Some prescriptions are for treatment products that are applied such as a rub, ointment, or anal... ...

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What Does Verapamil Er 180 Mgm Tabs Look Like

I was recently prescibed Verapamil ER Tabs 180 mgm po qd. It is an oblong pill, bright blue,scored,a capital M on one side and numbers 312 on the other. This does not match any of your descriptions. ## Hi Judith, Just to confirm, the pill imprint "M 312" on an oval blue pill has been identified as Verapamil hydrochloride extended-release 180 mg. Manufacturer: Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. National Drug Code (NDC): 00378-1180 Inactive Ingredients: hypromellose magnesium stearate microcrystalline cellulose polydextrose polyethylene glycol povidone sodium alginate sodium lauryl sulfate titanium dioxide triacetin FD&C Blue No. 1 Aluminium Lake So yes, it is in fact a real pill, if that's what you were originally concerned about. I hope this info helps! ## Thanks for the info; i... ...

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Losartan potassium

I’m on losatan potassium’ 100 mg QD I get terrible head sweats within 10 min of being in my garden. Plus very red face, dizzy head and headache. Am I dehydrated. I still have the unbalanced head and slight headache. Have been drinking Gatorade, maybe not enough is it possible I feel this way because electrolytes are off ## Hello Jackie, Terribly sorry to hear that you are having such a hard time. After doing some research on Losartan Potassium pills/tablets I found some information that might be useful to you. According to Dailymed these are some symptoms that people have reported having while on these pills. - Side Effects: - Dizziness - Anemia - Depression - Somnolence - Headache - Sleep disorders - Paresthesia - Migraine - Vertigo - Tinnitus - Palpitations - Syncope - Atr... ...

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