Medication Intake Schedules
Daily medication schedule is simply a chart which keeps the track of the daily dose of medicine one has to take. It can be used both in the hospitals and at home. It is a simple chart helping people who are busy with their life, if it is being used at home. In hospitals there are a large number of patients admitted.
The nurses keep the chart of each patient and write down the time of medicine being given, what dose is being provided, and what it is prescribed for. The nurse keeps this record as he or she have to attend several patients in one round and the caretaker do not want a risk of double dose.
People often forget what pill to consume at what time, what it is prescribed for? And is it after or before meals. So this chart helps them to take the pill punctually and without making a mistake. This confusion arises because nowadays people suffer from different diseases and disorders at the same time, so the quantity and color of pills get mixed up resulting in hesitation.
To create a daily medication schedule you do not have to worry, simply surf the internet and download a template of your choice, or you can use Microsoft Office application to draw one for you on your personal computer. Creating a template of your own is not a hard task; it is as easy as drawing. All you have to do is draw a table on the screen, name the columns and print the schedule out.
Preview and Details of Template
File: Excel (.xls) 2007+ and iPad
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File: OpenOffice (.ods) Calc [Cal]
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License: ENERGY (General Use)
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