What Does Qid Mean on a Prescription?

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QID (latin for quarter in die) means to take the medication four times a day. Literally speaking it means to take the medication at 8:00 am, 1:00pm, 5:00 pm and 10:00PM.
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Seen on a prescription, qid (or q.i.d.) means 4 times a day (from the Latin quater in die).
QID or Q.I.D. when written on a prescription tells the pharmacist that the person is to take the drug 4 times per day. Doctors must learn all of these abbreviation as does pharmacists. This ensures that all prescriptions are accurately filled.
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four times a day
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Without seeing the actual prescription it is hard to say but - if the name of the medication is listed and directly after that are the initials q.i.d. it usually stands for 4 times
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QID on a prescription mean to take 4 times a day. It stands for Latin
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