I'm a little bit confused because usually the suffix of a medication states ingredients, characteristics, etc. But this is the first drug that my professor stated that HS means at bedtime wich for me is and abreviation for patient indications.
31 Jan 2012
It could very well be HS as in at bedtime. Yes, those are patient directions but it could also be that the preparation is viscous and blurs the vision so is best used at bedtime to keep the vision from being blurred in the waking hours so it is designed specifically for HS use.
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