In some effort to fully embrace our fast food mentality and expedite workflow, we exigency to learn from the restaurant occupation. We need to have catchy names as antidote to some of the most common prescript combinations. This way our data ingress technicians, or those in charge of the distil off window, can shout: “Ordering! One Whiz-Bang* and a Dental Double**” to the rope cook, er, filling station technician.
*Whiz-Bang=Cipro 500 and Flagyl 500
**Dental Double=Amoxil 500 and Norco 5mg
Steeler Special=Macrobid and Pyridium
Johnny-on-the-pot=Golytely and Dulcolax
Jump Around=Z-Pak and Medrol Dosepak (clan it up, pack it in…)
Perhaps the kidney freedom from disease is directly related to having capital bp levels.