Asthma Medical Prescription

Name of the Hospital
    Dr. [Name]M.D., M.B.B.S  
    Street address:_____________________________




        S. No. :    
    Name: Shannon Davis Age: 21  
    Address: 444 W. Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA 55911 NPI 1405798402 _____Date: 10/12/1997  

Medication name and strength

The medication name is prednisone. It is a glucocorticoid that acts by suppressing the immune system and decreasing inflammation in asthmatic condition. The drug reduces the response of the immune system to various disease.


The patient is required to take a tapering dose of prednisone for three weeks. The dosage will gradually decrease weekly. In the first, she should take 40 mg per daygiving a total of 280 mg. In the second week, she is required to take 20 mg per day, summing to 140 mg. The patient should take 10 mg per day in the third weekwhich totals to 70 mg. The total dosage for the three weeks is 390 mg (Woo & Robinson, 2016).


The medication should be taken orally with a meal to prevent stomach upset. The tablet form of the medicine should be with a full glass of water. In the case of the liquid form, it is recommended to use a particular measuring device. The use of a household spoon is discouraged since it may not administer the correct dose. The medication should be taken as prescribed by a physician. Some conditions may be worsened when the intake of the drug is suddenly stopped. Sudden stoppage of the medication is associated with several symptoms such as dizziness, weakness, nausea, headache, weight loss, muscle pain and tiredness Physicians recommend that the symptoms can be avoided by gradual dose reduction. Overdose can lead to breathing difficulty or passing out(Woo & Robinson, 2016).


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Woo, T. M., & Robinson, M. V. (2016). Pharmacotherapeutics for Advance Practice Nurse prescribers (4th ed.)

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