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This is a discussion on Medication abbreviation "MR"? in General Nursing Student, part of Nursing Student ... My patient has a prescription for temazepam 15mg. The prescription says "PO HS PRN MR x 1 for...by sandyfeet Jan 31, '11My patient has a prescription for temazepam 15mg. The prescription says "PO HS PRN MR x 1 for sleep". What the heck is MR? I understand the rest...by mouth at bedtime as needed times 1, but the MR has got me confused. All of the abbreviation websites I have gone to suggest things that are obviously wrong: mental retardation, medical record, etc. Does anyone know what this means? It's driving me crazy!
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- Jan 31, '11 by INLPN93may repeat x 1.
- Jan 31, '11 by sandyfeetPhew! A million kudos to you...I knew it had to be something obvious, which just made the search more annoying! Thank you!
- Jan 31, '11 by MeriwhenIn my experience, MR usually stands for "May Repeat" or "Mental Retardation". In your case, it's "May Repeat"