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Poster - You Can't Abbreviate Safety

Some medical abbreviations, symbols, and dose you can't abbreviate safetydesignations should not be used as they are often misread and lead to mistakes. This poster provides examples of medication orders with ambiguous or difficult-to-read abbreviations as well as how they should be written out.

Poster - You Can't Abbreviate Safety

Dimensions: 8.5" w x 11" h

Price
$3.75

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