A, no te haere koe ki te tākuta, he or she may say you need medicine. i huaina Medicine ko rongoā ranei ētahi wā raau taero i roto i te USA. Doctors write medical prescriptions for medication that will help you. Ka taea e koe te tango i te whakahaunga hauora ki tō whare kēmihi rohe, rongoā ranei.
When you go to a doctor, he or she may say you need medicine. Medicine is called medication or sometimes drugs in the USA. Doctors write medical prescriptions for medication that will help you. You can take the medical prescription to your local drugstore, or pharmacy.
He aha te mea he rongoā?
What is a medication?
Medicines he matū e te whakaora e mate me te mate. I te tahi taime te āwhina ratou ki te aukati i ngā tohu ina he mate koe. karanga Amelika rongoā “rongoā” ranei “raau taero.” I te tahi taime e mea ratou “taero whakahaunga” ki te kia mārama e kore e korero ratou e pā ana ki taero ture.
Medicines are substances that cure sickness and disease. Sometimes they help to stop symptoms when you are ill. Americans call medicine “medications” or “drugs.” Sometimes they say “prescription drugs” to be clear that they are not talking about illegal drugs.
He aha te mea he whakahaunga hauora?
What is a medical prescription?
He whakahaunga hauora ko te tikanga mo te rongoa. Ko te whakahaunga Ko te tuhipoka i tō tākuta e taea te tango e koe ki te rongoā whare kēmihi ranei kia matau te rongoā e taea whai koe i tenei rongoā.
A medical prescription is an order for medicine. The prescription is a note from your doctor you can take to the pharmacy or drugstore so that the pharmacist knows you can have this medication.
He aha te mea he rongoā?
What is a pharmacy?
He rongoā ko te wahi e faaineine prescriptions hauora, me te hokona rongoā. Ka taea e koe te korero ki tou kaiwhakarato te ingoa me te wāhi noho o te rongoā e he watea hoki koutou. drugstores katoa, maha hōhipera me haumanu, me etahi hokomaha i pharmacies.
A pharmacy is a place that prepares medical prescriptions and sells medicines. You can tell your provider the name and address of a pharmacy that is convenient for you. All drugstores, many hospitals and clinics, and some supermarkets have pharmacies.
E rua kia whakaū tō tākuta, me te rongoā e matau koe e founga ki te tango i to koutou rongoā. Ki te raruraru koe i whai i tetahi pātai ranei veiveiua ranei, ui! ka hiahia ratou ki te tokoni ke mahino koe.
Both your doctor and pharmacist should confirm that you understand how to take your medication. If you are confused or have any questions or doubts, ask! They will want to help you understand.
He aha te mea he rongoā mo-te-counter?
What is an over-the-counter medicine?
I roto i ētahi wā, kia tūtohu te tākuta he “ki runga-te-counter” rongoā. Neke atu i te-te-counter-rongoā he rongoa kahore hoki e koutou e hiahia ana te whakahaunga. Ka taea e koe te haere noa ki tetahi whare kēmihi, me te hoko ratou.
In some cases, the doctor may recommend an “over-the-counter” medication. Over-the-counter-medications are medicines for which you don’t need a prescription. You can simply walk into any drugstore and buy them.
rongoā ingoa whānui, me te waitohu
Generic and brand name medications
rongoā ingoa Brand He rongoa e kua puritia, ka hokohoko i raro i te ingoa o te kamupene motuhake. Ko ratou taero pinepine hōu (rongoā), ranei raau taero mō ngā āhuatanga motuhake.
Brand name medications are medicines that are owned and marketed under a specific company’s name. They are frequently newer drugs (medicines), or drugs for specialized conditions.
rongoā whānui He putanga iti o rongoā waitohu-ingoa e mahi i te taua rite ratou ritenga ingoa waitohu. Na reira, ki te tuhi i tō tākuta koe he whakahaunga mo te rongoā, te reira te tikanga he whakaaro pai ki te ui, ka kite te mea i reira te mea he putanga kano e wātea ana no te mea e ora ia koe te moni.
Generic medications are cheaper versions of brand-name medications that work the same as their brand name counterparts. Therefore, if your doctor writes you a prescription for a medication, it’s usually a good idea to ask and see if there is a generic version available because it will save you money.
Whai i ngā tohutohu a tō tākuta
Follow your doctor’s instructions
te whai i ngā wā katoa ngā tohutohu o tō tākuta e pā ana ki o koutou prescriptions hauora. Anei ētahi tohutohu ohie hoki ki a koutou te whai:
Always follow your doctor’s instructions regarding your medical prescriptions. Here are some simple tips for you to follow:
- Tuhia ki raro nga rongoā katoa e tangohia e koe, a tuhituhi iho ranei e whakaritea e ratou i te tākuta ranei, ki te he ratou rongoā mo-te-counter.
- Hiki tetahi huaora ranei ētahi atu tāpiringa tango koe.
- tango tonu koutou rongoā i te wa ano o te ra, me te rite ki ngā tohutohu a te tākuta.
- A ani i to koutou tākuta me pehea e hiahia ana koe ki te tango i a ratou, pērā i te wai, ki te kai, ranei i runga i te puku kau.
- Write down all the medications that you take, and write down whether they are prescribed by a doctor or if they are over-the-counter medications.
- List any vitamins or other supplements you take.
- Always take your medication at the same time of day and according to the doctor’s instructions.
- Ask your doctor how you need to take them, such as with water, with food, or on an empty stomach.
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