Uputstvo za spravljanje lekova, jela i sl.
1. Propis, formula lekara za pripremanje i izdavanje leka u apoteci;
2. Propis, formula za spravljanje i proizvodnju neke smese, jela, pića i sl.;
3. Prenosno: praktični savet, pomoćno sredstvo (lat.)
prescription / prəskrɪpʃn̩ /
ETYM French prescription, Latin praescriptio, an inscription, preface, precept, demurrer, prescription, from praescribere. Related to Prescribe.
In medicine, an order written in a recognized form by a practitioner of medicine, dentistry, or veterinary surgery to a pharmacist for a preparation of medications to be used in treatment.
By tradition it used to be written in Latin, except for the directions addressed to the patient. It consists of (1) the superscription recipe (“take”), contracted to Rx; (2) the inscription or body, containing the names and quantities of the drugs to be dispensed; (3) the subscription, or directions to the pharmacist; (4) the signature, followed by directions to the patient; and (5) the patient’s name, the date, and the practitioner’s name.
1. Directions for achieving a therapeutic effect.
2. Written instructions for an optician on the lenses for a given person.
3. Written instructions from a physician or dentist to a druggist concerning the form and dosage of a drug to be issued to a given patient.
receipt / rəsiːt /
ETYM Old Eng. receite, Old Fren. recete, recepte, French recette, from Latin recipere, receptum, to receive. Related to Receive.
2. An acknowledgment (usually tangible) that payment has been made.
3. The act or process of receiving.
4. Something received — usually used in plural.
5. A writing acknowledging the receiving of goods or money.
ETYM Latin, imperative of recipere to take back, take in, receive. Related to Receive.
1. Directions for making something; SYN. formula.
2. A set of instructions for making something from various ingredients.
3. A formula or procedure for doing or attaining something.