Doctor, can you please clarify the route of administration?
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Speaking as a pharmacist (who, granted, doe *not* work for Rite-Aid), I would expect that some sort of quick code on the computer system. I know that my own computer system spells out “PR” as “rectally” and “PRN” (which is probably what was intended) is “as needed.”
But, yes, that’s a pretty hilarious goof. :)
Hmmm. Maybe the patient had his head up his a**.
Good catch by the pharmacist. I bet the patient never would have gone back to that doctor when the rectally insufflated albuterol did nothing for his shortness of breath!!
Patient was suffering severe craino-rectal inversion. Rx was for helium PRN, to try to build pressure to expel the head. Upon success, patient is expected to recover fully.
This isn’t by any chance a shot at getting the old practise of blowing tobacco smoke up the ass of drowning victims to revive them going again?
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