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Posted by Dalice on July 02, 2002 at 04:26:28:

In Reply to: Medications Used In Goats - (article) posted by GoatWorld on June 30, 2002 at 14:11:09:

Great med sheet. If you would happen to stumble on one for wormers that would be the berries! I sent this med sheet to a friend of mine that has a printer so she could print it up for me. I would get writers cramp hand writing it up. I actually believe it or not am an R.N., retired for 12 years since having children, but I use so much of my education on my goats that I actually still do remember what p.o., bid, tid, qid, etc mean. If I remember correctly a lot of the words for the letters are actually in latin. Like p.o. stands for per os, which means by mouth. But don't ask me for the latin words for the rest. I believe that upstate NY Mary is a nurse too. Dalice

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