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Medicine

  1. 1. Medications Medications, side effects, vocabulary
  2. 2. Medications  Names: medicine, medicines, medications, drugs, pills, tablets, syrups, creams, sprays  Medications help sick people feel better.
  3. 3. Medications  What do we need first before we can get medication?
  4. 4. Medications  What do we need first before we can get medication? Prescription (the paper that says what medication to buy)
  5. 5. Medications  Who gives us the prescription?
  6. 6. Medications  Who gives us the prescription? Doctor
  7. 7. Medications  Where do we take the prescription?
  8. 8. Medications  Where do we take the prescription? Pharmacy (the place where you buy medicines)
  9. 9. Medications  Who gives us the medicine at the pharmacy?
  10. 10. Medications  Who gives us the medicine at the pharmacy? Pharmacist (the person who works with medicine at a pharmacy)
  11. 11. Medications  A doctor gives us a prescription  We take the prescription to a pharmacy  The pharmacist fills the prescription (this means gives the patient medicine)
  12. 12. Medications Important vocabulary for pharmacy and medications: Prescription Pharmacy Pharmacist Dose/dosage Side effects Refill
  13. 13. Medications Important vocabulary for pharmacy and medications: Prescription – the paper from the doctor with the name of medicine Pharmacy Pharmacist Dose/dosage Side effects Refill
  14. 14. Medications Important vocabulary for pharmacy and medications: Prescription – the paper from the doctor with the name of medicine Pharmacy – the place where you get medication Pharmacist Dose/dosage Side effects Refill
  15. 15. Medications Important vocabulary for pharmacy and medications: Prescription – the paper from the doctor with the name of medicine Pharmacy – the place where you get medication Pharmacist – the person who works at a pharmacy and gives you medicine Dose/dosage Side effects Refill
  16. 16. Medications Important vocabulary for pharmacy and medications: Prescription – the paper from the doctor with the name of medicine Pharmacy – the place where you get medication Pharmacist – the person who works at a pharmacy and gives you medicine Dose/dosage – how much medicine you should take and when Side effects Refill
  17. 17. Medications Important vocabulary for pharmacy and medications: Prescription – the paper from the doctor with the name of medicine Pharmacy – the place where you get medication Pharmacist – the person who works at a pharmacy and gives you medicine Dose/dosage – how much medicine you should take and when Side effects – the bad problems that happen when you take medicine Refill
  18. 18. Medications Important vocabulary for pharmacy and medications: Prescription – the paper from the doctor with the name of medicine Pharmacy – the place where you get medication Pharmacist – the person who works at a pharmacy and gives you medicine Dose/dosage – how much medicine you should take and when Side effects – the bad problems that happen when you take medicine Refill – to get more medicine because you finished all the pills
  19. 19. Medications The doctor gave me a _________ for a new drug today.
  20. 20. Medications The doctor gave me a prescription for a new drug today.
  21. 21. Medications The _________ for this medication is one pill every five hours.
  22. 22. Medications The dose/dosage for this medication is one pill every five hours. (Remember overdose is the emergency that means a person took too much medication. Over means too much, dose means how much and when to take medicine.)
  23. 23. Medications One ________________ of this medication is nausea.
  24. 24. Medications One side effect of this medication is nausea.
  25. 25. Medications The pharmacist __________ my prescription.
  26. 26. Medications The pharmacist fills my prescription.
  27. 27. Medications I take my prescription to the _________ to get it filled.
  28. 28. Medications I take my prescription to the pharmacy to get it filled.
  29. 29. Medications I finished my medication, so I need a __________.
  30. 30. Medications I finished my medication, so I need a refill. (We can also say “refill” when we want more to drink at breakfast, lunch and dinner. “I want a refill of tea. Please refill my tea.”)
  31. 31. Medications Over the Counter (OTC) Over the counter medicine means you don’t need a prescription to use it. What types of sicknesses can use OTC medicines?
  32. 32. Medications What are some side effects to medications? Talk to your partner and think of as many side effects as you can.
  33. 33. Medications Common side effects: Dizziness Nausea Vomiting Headache Drowsiness Dry mouth Skin rash Blood pressure change Hair growth, hair loss Anxiety Serious side effects: Stroke Heart attack Depression Blood clot Internal bleeding Suicidal thoughts Death
  34. 34. Medications More vocabulary about medicine: Cure, heal, fix Label Directions Warnings Generic Ingredients
  35. 35. Medications More vocabulary about medicine: Cure, heal, fix – make a patient better, not sick anymore Label Directions Warnings Generic Ingredients
  36. 36. Medications More vocabulary about medicine: Cure, heal, fix – make a patient better, not sick anymore Label – the paper on the medicine that talks about information Directions Warnings Generic Ingredients
  37. 37. Medications More vocabulary about medicine: Cure, heal, fix – make a patient better, not sick anymore Label – the paper on the medicine that talks about information Directions – the part of the label that tells the dose Warnings Generic Ingredients
  38. 38. Medications More vocabulary about medicine: Cure, heal, fix – make a patient better, not sick anymore Label – the paper on the medicine that talks about information Directions – the part of the label that tells the dose Warnings – the part of the label that talks about side effects and bad things Generic Ingredients
  39. 39. Medications More vocabulary about medicine: Cure, heal, fix – make a patient better, not sick anymore Label – the paper on the medicine that talks about information Directions – the part of the label that tells the dose Warnings – the part of the label that talks about side effects and bad things Generic – the cheap kind of medicine Ingredients
  40. 40. Medications More vocabulary about medicine: Cure, heal, fix – make a patient better, not sick anymore Label – the paper on the medicine that talks about information Directions – the part of the label that tells the dose Warnings – the part of the label that talks about side effects and bad things Generic – the cheap kind of medicine Ingredients – many things that make one medicine
  41. 41. Medications My doctor gave me a new medication. I am reading the ________ to learn more about the medicine. I am looking for the dose, so I am reading the __________. I bought the ________ medicine and not the expensive one. One __________ for this medication is that I should not drive a car when I take it. It will be bad and dangerous for me. I hope this medicine _______ me because I don’t want to be sick anymore!
  42. 42. Medications My doctor gave me a new medication. I am reading the label to learn more about the medicine. I am looking for the dose, so I am reading the __________. I bought the ________ medicine and not the expensive one. One __________ for this medication is that I should not drive a car when I take it. It will be bad and dangerous for me. I hope this medicine _______ me because I don’t want to be sick anymore!
  43. 43. Medications My doctor gave me a new medication. I am reading the label to learn more about the medicine. I am looking for the dose, so I am reading the directions. I bought the ________ medicine and not the expensive one. One __________ for this medication is that I should not drive a car when I take it. It will be bad and dangerous for me. I hope this medicine _______ me because I don’t want to be sick anymore!
  44. 44. Medications My doctor gave me a new medication. I am reading the label to learn more about the medicine. I am looking for the dose, so I am reading the directions. I bought the generic medicine and not the expensive one. One __________ for this medication is that I should not drive a car when I take it. It will be bad and dangerous for me. I hope this medicine _______ me because I don’t want to be sick anymore!
  45. 45. Medications My doctor gave me a new medication. I am reading the label to learn more about the medicine. I am looking for the dose, so I am reading the directions. I bought the generic medicine and not the expensive one. One warning for this medication is that I should not drive a car when I take it. It will be bad and dangerous for me. I hope this medicine _______ me because I don’t want to be sick anymore!
  46. 46. Medications My doctor gave me a new medication. I am reading the label to learn more about the medicine. I am looking for the dose, so I am reading the directions. I bought the generic medicine and not the expensive one. One warning for this medication is that I should not drive a car when I take it. It will be bad and dangerous for me. I hope this medicine cures me because I don’t want to be sick anymore!
  47. 47. Relief – this means to feel better Non-drowsy – will not make you tired
  48. 48. What are the different parts of this label? What is the dose for adults? 1 tablet daily; not more than 1 tablet in 24 hours
  49. 49. Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NXqTqZLl90 Watch this video for practice using medical vocabulary.
  50. 50. End.

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