Translate the following sentence into gramatically-correct English: el estudiante sabe como traducir palabras a español cuando las lee en inglés.
The student knows how go translate words into Spanish when he reads them in English.
In a retail pharmacy setting, a certified pharmacy technician was at the register waiting on a patient when the patient asked what the atorvastatin was for, how to take it, and if it would interact with the amlodipine that they were also picking up. The tech responded, "the atorvastatin and amlodipine can be taken together. You take the atorvastatin for blood pressure 2 B.I.D. and you want to be aware of potential side effects of tiredness, swelling, or muscle pain." List the 3 errors the technician made during the transaction.
1. Certified pharmacy technician are not to counsel patients. They should state that a pharmacist is available if they have any questions, or they could direct them to the pharmacist directly. 2. Atorvastatin is for high cholesterol, not for blood pressure. 3. The technician said, "2 B.I.D.," assuming that the patient understood the pharmacy jargon. It is always best to simplify vocabulary and and explain things to the patient in ways that any non-professional person would understand best.
Misty is a waitress and was serving water to her customers from a 32oz pitcher. If each customer takes 2 cups, how many customers can she serve water to before having to fill up with pitcher?
2 customers. Each pitcher holds 4 cups (1 cup = 8oz)