Minimize Confusion With "As-Needed" or "PRN" Sigs

You play a key role in preventing problems with "prn" meds.

We're used to seeing certain meds with as-needed directions...such as a salbutamol inhaler for shortness of breath or sumatriptan for a migraine.

But confusion can pop up with prn meds...and lead to errors, audits, or patient harm.

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