Medical prescription

  • the prescription symbol, ℞, printed on the blister pack of a prescription drug manufactured in the philippines

    a prescription, often abbreviated or rx, is a health care program implemented by a physician or other qualified health care practitioner in the form of instructions that govern the plan of care for an individual patient.[1] the term often refers to a health care provider's written authorization for a patient to purchase a prescription drug from a pharmacist.

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The prescription symbol, ℞, printed on the blister pack of a prescription drug manufactured in the Philippines

A prescription, often abbreviated or Rx, is a health care program implemented by a physician or other qualified health care practitioner in the form of instructions that govern the plan of care for an individual patient.[1] The term often refers to a health care provider's written authorization for a patient to purchase a prescription drug from a pharmacist.

Other Languages
العربية: وصفة طبية
azərbaycanca: Reseptura
беларуская: Рэцэпт
dansk: Recept
eesti: Retsept
español: Receta médica
فارسی: نسخه پزشک
한국어: 처방전
հայերեն: Դեղատոմս
Bahasa Indonesia: Resep dokter
Кыргызча: Рецепт
Nederlands: Doktersrecept
日本語: 処方箋
norsk: Resept
polski: Recepta
русский: Рецепт
Simple English: Prescription
slovenčina: Lekársky predpis
slovenščina: Zdravniški recept
Tagalog: Reseta
Türkçe: Reçete
українська: Рецепт
اردو: طبی نسخہ
Tiếng Việt: Toa (y khoa)
粵語: 藥方
中文: 处方