I worked Wed & Thurs 12's. I had a pt that had meds ordered that I had no clue what they were for. She and her husband insist they be given at exactly 9, 15, & 18. Not during the allotted 30 min before/after time we have. There's even an order stating this now. Anyway, I have to crush the pills because she has a peg and give them along with her other meds. I find out from her husband that one is to stabilize b/p (hypo or hyper) and the other is for Parkinson's. That's all I could learn. The drugs are experimental in the UK where they have to order them from. Of course, I kept missing the pharmacist to talk to him about it and sitting down to actually look online to find out is laughable. I really don't know what question I want to ask here, but I feel weirdly uncomfortable with this. Not just because I don't know anything about it, but also because of the status of the drugs in the UK & US. The husband dolls them out to the pharmacist a few at a time and he places them in rx bottles marked "home meds". Thoughts?