No, a U.S. physician cannot write a prescription for quinine in Canada. In Canada, it is required by law that a prescription be signed by a Canadian physician. If your U.S. doctor has written a prescription, the only way you could get it filled would be to consult with a Canadian doctor and get them to sign it.
Only if he or she is authorized to do so.
A licensed physician is the only one who can write a prescription for non-over the counter drugs and medication.
Your physician is the only person who can write a prescription for a z pack. To get a prescription visit your physicians office and request one. After a brief examinations your doctor will probably give you the prescription.
Absolutely! If a physician feels a medication or medications is not an appropriate treatment for a condition, he/she can refuse to write a prescription. The doctor must act on behave of what he/she feels is in the best interest of the patient.
Yes, a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.), as a licensed medical physician, can write a prescription for a medication when it is medically appropriate.
As long as the individual is a fully licensed physician, yes.
No, a nurse cannot write prescriptions at all (at least in the US). The only one who can write prescriptions is a licensed physician.
Yes, a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.), as a licensed medical physician, can write prescriptions for medications when medically appropriate.
Not unless they are also a Licensed Physician (Psychiatrist, General Practitioner, etc.)
Only a physician can write a prescription. A physician's assistant or PRN can under some state rules.
No. Pharmacists currently do not have the authority to write a prescription in any American state. This is actually not correct, currently pharmacists under MTM (Medication Therapy Management) can actually write prescriptions as long as they are a PharmD and have an agreement with a primary care physician
A prescription drug is a licensed medicine that is regulated by legislation to require a prescription (a physician or other medical practitioner may write one) before it can be obtained. The term is used to distinguish it from over-the-counter drugs which can be obtained without a prescription. Different jurisdictions have different definitions of what constitutes a prescription drug.
It dependes where the fungus is.usually a general physician can write a prescription for it.if it is in the toe nails better to go to a podiatrist
Only a physician licensed to prescibe medications can sign a patient's presciptions. Office staff or a nurse may write out the doctor's order, but each script must be signed by a licensed physician.
If it is clinically indicated, a doctor will write a prescription for a wheelchair.
PAs have full prescriptive authority in many states. Contact your state board of medicine for information specific to your location.
It means "write". Basically you are telling the pharmacist to "write" or fill the prescription.
He could right you a prexcription but a specialist cen help you find exactly the right type.
It's the quinine itself that helps RLS (whether its in capsules or some other form, not just quinine water). Quinine has been used for years (since WW II) for nocturnal leg cramps. It helps by vasodilation (relaxes smooth muscle which causes increased blood flow). It can certainly help with RLS, but may not completely alleviate the signs and symptons. On the other hand it may for some people. Unfortunately, it is highly unlikely that someone with a true case of RLS would see relief with quinine water. There is simply not enough quinine in the water to do any good. The only prescription drug left on the market that contains quinine is a product called "Qualaquin." It has 324mg of quinine sulfate. That's plenty to do the trick, but it is very expensive and a doctor must write for it. If you have insurance give it a try.
Yes he can write the prescription if he is a authorized pharmacy certification holder. Doctors are meant for diagnosis and pharmacists are responsible for writing prescription based on diagnosis. But in some countries only doctors write prescription.
To become a transgender girl if you are a boy, you will need to have the help of a physician. This person can write a prescription for female hormones that will help to change your body into that of a girl.
Usually with a pen. Just kidding. Physician assistants (PAs) are licensed by the state medical boards to practice under the supervision of a licensed physician (MD or DO). They write examine patients, order tests, and write prescriptions under the authority of their supervising physician. In some states, PAs are limited in the types of medications they can prescribe, but most medications (aside from some narcotics) are ok for PAs to prescribe.
In the UK you must not write anything on the front of the prescription, however when you collect the prescription from the Chemist you will be expected to confirm certain details in writing and sign the reverse.
Tramadol is a prescription pain reliever. In order to begin taking it, a doctor will have to write a prescription for Tramadol for his patient.