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I can not find my account. I am on my husbands which is (removed - FIXYA violation) pass word (deleted). I need to check my prescriptions. Louise Anderson I think there is a mistake on my last order.

Sorry, wrong web page.

FIXYA web page is for answers to repair questions, particularly for do it yourself repair effors.

It is not for prescriptions, and volunteers on FIXYA should not have access to your personal information about prescriptions and passwords - which is a mistake to post on the internet.
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I need to have my prescriptions filled. This will be the first time your office has done this. You have 4 prescriptions on file. I would like to use Walgreens in Bella Vista. Thank You.

Dear Mary,
We do not fill prescriptions.
We are a group of people who try to answer PRODUCT questions about things found inside & outside your house.
We never sell anything, we only give advice when we are able.
God bless your efforts.
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When wil i get my medication

Your medicine? Was it a prescription that your doctor wrote and you had to physically take it to the pharmacist yourself or did your doctor say the prescription would be faxed or called in? Most doctors are faxing prescription in to whatever pharmacist you told him or her that you use. If that's the case, you need to call your pharmacist and give them your name and sometimes your date of birth, to have them check to see if your prescription has been received and if they have filled it. Some pharmacies actually deliver customers meds to them, not all pharmacies offer this service. I hope this helped.
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How can I check on a prescription

I have often wondered what prescription my glasses are exactly. I got them years ago and they still function, so I have never had the need to go back to the doctor. I think the best way to verify a prescription is to see your doctor honestly. They would know how to find that out. http://www.berghwhite.com
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Is there any treatment for my calluses?

  • Salicylic acid. Additionally, your doctor may apply a patch containing 40 percent salicylic acid (Curad Mediplast, Dr. Scholl's Corn Removers, others), which is available without a prescription. He or she will let you know how often you need to replace this patch, and may recommend that you use a pumice stone or a metal nail file to smooth away the dead skin before applying a new patch. Salicylic acid is also available in a topical form by prescription for large areas.
  • Antibiotic medication. Your doctor may also suggest applying an antibiotic ointment to reduce the risk of infection.
  • Shoe inserts. If you have an underlying foot deformity, your doctor may prescribe custom-made padded shoe inserts (orthotics) to prevent recurring corns or calluses.
  • Surgery. In rare instances, your doctor may recommend surgery to correct the alignment of the bone causing the friction.
-http://www.mayoclinic.com
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WHAT IS EPS?

The NHS Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) is part of the NHS National Programme for IT of the National Health Service in England. It will enable the electronic transfer of medical prescriptions from doctors (or other prescribers) to pharmacies and other dispensers and electronic notification to the reimbursement agency, NHS Prescription Services.
The project is to be delivered in two releases:
  • Release 1 retains the paper prescription and adds a barcode to it allowing pharmacy to access a centrally held copy of the prescription[. This phase has been extensively deployed among general practitioner systems and slightly less so in pharmacy systems.
  • In Release 2 an electronic prescription can be used where the patient nominates a pharmacy. This could be sent electronically although a paper token may be printed off also.
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Prescription Scuba Mask

The inserts would be specifically for your eye prescription and are bonded to the lens. You can even get bifocals done for your mask and also correct for astigmatism. Your specific prescription can be fit into any dive mask that you choose so there is no need to buy a new mask. prescription scuba mask Manufacturers also offer scuba masks with lenses already premade and the same prescription in both eyes. You choose the prescription that fits your needs. Some divers find this adequate to use underwater. The premade prescription mask would obviously be cheaper than custom made scuba diving masks. Personally, I wear contact lenses when I dive and have had no problems (besides losing one after I surfaced and got hit by a wave). I wear the daily soft lenses and don't notice them when I dive. I've never dove with hard contact lenses so I do not know how they would respond to pressure. If you wear lenses, you should consult your eye doctor to see what they recommend in your case before you dive with lenses for the first time. Let them decide whether you would be better off with a prescription scuba mask or diving with contacts. One site I found which seems very professional is www.prescriptiondivemasks.com. They even have a testimonial from Cathy Church, the renowned underwater photographer, on their site so it can't be too shabby.
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Need help printing

LMR Update: Discharge Rx Printing Increases Efficiency/Patient Safety SAFE AND EFFICIENT: To either write an electronic prescription or gain access to check the discharge medications, clinicians can simply visit the patient’s LMR, select the medication section and choose the new tab entitled, “discharge.”
Thanks to a web-based Longitudinal Medical Record (LMR) application developed at Partners HealthCare, clinicians now have the capability of printing patient prescriptions at the time of discharge from BWH.
This new function comes at a critical time when BWH is engaged in a statewide patient safety initiative geared to build awareness of medication safety, including transitions of care.
“For busy physicians, this new tool offers a faster, clearer and less error prone practice for discharge prescriptions,” said Robert G. Goldszer, MD, MBA, associate chief medical officer, who explains that this tool helps the hospital improve quality and safety
at a point in the hospital stay when a lot of information is being communicated to the patient. Additionally, this new tool allows for Partners ambulatory clinicians to easily check what medications the patient was sent home with by checking the patient’s electronic medical record.
To either write an electronic prescription or gain access to check the discharge medications, clinicians can simply visit the patient’s LMR, select the medication section and choose the new tab entitled, “discharge.” All of a patient’s discharge medications will be posted on that screen once the electronic discharge summary has been signed.
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